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Nothing radically new in this expo and that's actually a good thing: Simon Bransfield-Garth

Devdiscourse News DeskDevdiscourse News Desk | Updated: 02-03-2020 13:28 IST | Created: 02-03-2020 11:10 IST

Devdiscourse catches up with Simon Bransfield-Garth, CEO of AZURI Technologies during Global Off-Grid Solar Forum & Expo 2020 for an interesting conversation on aspects like the event itself, the impact of pay as you go and the changing dynamics of the sector.

Watch the exclusive interview.



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