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Astonfield is the largest multi-modality renewable energy company in South Asia, delivering affordable clean energy solutions tailored to the unique needs of communities in emerging markets across the world. Committed to addressing the challenges of sustainable development, Astonfield partners closely with local governments to shape renewable energy markets and drive economic growth.Led by a world-class management team with extensive experience in financing and developing power projects in emerging markets, Astonfield brings a unique combination of vast global expertise and deep local knowledge to ensure seamless execution. By partnering with top tier global technical providers, Astonfield is able to deliver the world’s most advanced clean energy technologies to its customers in the emerging markets.

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