- Solar Power Plant on Government Subsidy: Modi government is continuously promoting solar energy.
- For this, the Central and State Governments are running several schemes on solar energy.
- You can have solar panel installation on the roof of your house or shop.
- The government also gives you subsidy (Govt Subsidy) on installing solar panels.
Solar Power Plant on Government Subsidy:
Modi government is continuously promoting solar energy. For this, the central and state governments are running many schemes on solar energy. Meanwhile, the electricity bill is constantly increasing. This is the reason why now people are also taking steps towards solar energy. Everyone is troubled by the expensive electricity bill. It directly affects your pocket. However, reducing the electricity bill is not very difficult. For this, you can have solar panel installation on the roof of your house or shop. The best thing is that the government also gives you a subsidy (Govt Subsidy) on installing solar panels. In such a situation, you can get solar panels installed at a low cost.
Reduce Electricity Bill
Modi government wants to bring green energy production to 175 GW by 2022 in the country. Because of this, you can also get the benefit of the subsidy given by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy for installing solar systems. For example, if you put a two-kilowatt solar panel on your roof, it will generate about 10 units of electricity in the event of sunlight for 10 hours of the day. According to this, 300 units of electricity will be generated in a month. Suppose you have to charge eight rupees per unit of electricity. Accordingly, 300 units will save Rs 2,400 on the electricity bill.
How much will the solar panel cost?
If you install a two-kilowatt on-grid solar panel, it will cost around Rs 1,25,000. This includes solar panels, its installation, meters and inverters. On this, you can get a subsidy of Rs 40,000 from the Ministry of Renewable Energy. Apart from this, different state governments also provide subsidy on-grid solar system. Suppose you live in UP, you can get a subsidy of Rs 30,000 on a two-kilowatt on-grid solar connection.
What is an on-grid solar system?
Let us tell you that the on-grid solar system is a separate system, which is implemented where electricity is available for 20-22 hours out of 24 hours. In this solar system, you make electricity on your roof and send it to the power board. You use only the electricity from the electricity board in your home.
What is an off-grid solar system?
The off-grid solar system is installed in a place where electricity comes for a few hours. Inverters and batteries with solar panels are installed at such places. The cost of this system also comes more than the on-grid solar system. The solar panel on your roof charges its battery and you get electricity from it.
Govt Solar Plant Schemes
1. Prime Minister Kusum Yojana Pradhan Mantri Kusum Yojana 2020
The central government has launched the Pradhan Mantri Kusum Yojana (PMKY 2020) specifically for farmers. Under this scheme, farmers can irrigate their fields by putting energy equipment and pumps on their land. Explain that during irrigation, farmers have to face many problems due to electricity, rain. However, farmers can get rid of these problems under the Kusum scheme. With the help of Kusum scheme, farmers can use electricity for farming by putting solar panels on their land.
Target to run 30 million irrigation pumps with solar energy
The central government has targeted to run three crore irrigation pumps across the country with solar energy instead of electricity and diesel by 2022. This scheme will cost a total of Rs 1.40 lakh crore. The central government will contribute 48 thousand crore rupees in this scheme, while the state government will also give the same amount. Farmers will have to spend only 10% of the total cost of solar pumps under the Kusum scheme.
Will earn from selling excess electricity
Under the Kusum scheme of the central government, farmers will benefit in two ways. The first is that they will get free electricity for irrigation. At the same time, he can sell the surplus power to any power companies. Instead, the money will also be given to farmers. That is, farmers can also earn good money by selling solar power plants by setting up solar power plants in their vacant places. In the first phase of the scheme, the government is giving 27.5 lakh solar pump sets free.
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2. Haryana Manohar Jyoti Yojana
Government of Haryana (Haryana Manohar Jyoti Yojana) is running a scheme to promote solar plant panel. The name of this scheme is Manohar Jyoti Yojana. Under this scheme, the state government gives a subsidy to install solar power panels. The main objective of this scheme is to have solar panels in every house in the state so that electricity can be saved.
Benefits of Manohar Jyoti scheme
Under the Manohar Jyoti scheme, a 150 watt solar panel can be installed in rural areas, along with a lithium battery. At the same time, apart from two 6-6 watt LED bulbs, 9 watt LED tube light and 25-watt ceiling fan, 1 mobile charging point is given.
According to the plan, it costs about Rs 22,500 to install a 150 watt solar panel at home. But, in this the state government gives a subsidy of Rs 15,000. In such a situation, you only have to invest Rs 7,500. After which you can avail this plan.
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