Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Portraits-from-Delhi-27MZIFVWR58U.htmlConceptually similarPortraits from DelhiGP04U02Completed★★★★Portraits from BangaloreGP04U07Completed★★★★Portraits from DelhiGP04U03Completed★★★★Solar Panels in Dharnai Village in IndiaGP0STOCMFCompleted★★★★Community Engagement for Solar Power in New DelhiGP0STQXIXCompleted★★★★★★Community Engagement on the Power of Solar Energy in New DelhiGP0STQXJ1Completed★★★★Children at a Community Engagement of the Solar Comet Bus in New DelhiGP0STQXJ3Completed★★★★Children in Support of Solar Energy in New DelhiGP0STQXJ9Completed★★★★A Photo Exhibition and Community Engagement of the Solar House on Wheels in New DelhiGP0STQXJ7Completed★★★★View AllGP04U01Portraits from DelhiMrs. and Mr. Chopra installed solar panels at there residence after the electricity supply has worsened with daily power cuts of 7-8 hours in Ghaziabad.Locations:Delhi-India-South AsiaDate:15 Sep, 2013Credit:© Vidhura Bhadhur / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4096px X 4096pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Families-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Newspapers-Reading-Renewable energy-Solar energy-Two peopleShoot:Taking Charge: Portraits from DelhiSince time immemorial, Delhi has held a special place in the history of India and the rest of the world. Seat of many powerful kingdoms in the past, Delhi even today is the capital of the world’s largest democracy and an emerging economy. However, in recent times, this great city has slowly become powerless.Delhi faces a huge electricity crunch, especially during the summers when six-hour-long power cuts are a daily affair. Last July’s national blackout showed how vulnerable Delhi is to a large electricity failure and international ridicule. It showed how within two days, in the absence of electricity, life in the metro came to a grinding halt and the city was shamed while the state government remained clueless.Considering this, a few people in Delhi-NCR have switched to renewable energy to show how free and abundant electricity can be had without depending on the government. They are showcasing how renewable energy can help the city overcome the power crunch and fulfill its energy needs. Meet the Green Warriors who have taken up the first step to bring power and glory back to Delhi.