How to find a landowner in India’s new solar-powered highway

India’s National Green Tribunal (NGT) has issued a warning to developers of solar power projects, saying they may face fines if they fail to disclose their land.

The court, in its ruling on Tuesday, said it would issue a preliminary order on April 5, with the final order in May.

India’s National Energy Corporation, the body that runs the National Highway Development Authority, said in a statement on Tuesday that it had received the ruling, and it would take the matter up with the Supreme Court.

A court in the northern state of Maharashtra said earlier this year that it was investigating the case, and said the NGT had said the probe could take up to a year.

Solar projects are often proposed on land that is not owned by anyone.

Last year, India’s parliament passed a law that allows the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to issue road contracts for up to 10 years.