The insurance industry is a very big business, with insurers churning out policies for hundreds of thousands of customers every year.
But the insuring industry has faced a new challenge in recent years as the cost of solar power is rising.
In an industry that relies heavily on solar energy for the majority of its income, that trend has been the subject of intense scrutiny by the Insurance Regulatory Authority of India (IRAI).
A major problem facing the insurers is that it is difficult to determine how much solar power a customer is actually getting and it is hard to track how much of that is coming from a large network of rooftop solar panels.
In order to make this easier for the insurers, it is being asked them to set up a “sun tracking” system to help them identify how much money a customer has generated.
The aim is to have a system that can determine the amount of money generated by a customer from the amount that solar power has generated on the grid.
Under the proposed system, a person’s rooftop solar capacity will be compared to a data collected by a solar panel company and an insurer’s solar monitoring company.
In the case of a company that has a large solar network, the person’s solar capacity is more likely to be less than 10%.
However, the system will be able to identify the difference if the solar panel has a capacity of at least 50%.
This new system, which was approved by the IRAI, would be able of identifying a customer who is earning more than 50% of his or her annual income from solar power.
The system could also detect when a customer’s solar power capacity falls below the threshold of 50% and could then be used to inform the insurer if it needs to increase the solar insurance premium.
Solar energy is the most affordable form of energy.
The cost of the sun is currently around $2 a watt, while natural gas and coal power costs are around $10 and $20 a watt.
The difference is in how much the solar power industry can make on the money generated from the grid by selling power to the grid and not selling it to the customers.
In India, the average solar electricity price is around $3 a watt and the solar electricity subsidy is around 5%.
This has led to a surge in solar power subsidies in India.
Currently, the government subsidises about 40% of the solar panels that are installed in India and about 40-45% of its electricity production.
The solar power subsidy for rooftop solar is about 5% of this subsidy.
The insurers are keen to reduce the subsidy to as low as possible, and are also trying to push solar energy companies to use the data collected to inform their customers.
So far, it has been a tough road to go down, with solar companies saying that they do not have a data platform that can identify the amount solar power customers have generated on their solar panels and how much it is actually generating.
The insurance companies have asked them if they can set up such a system.