Residents of apartments across Bengaluru can now reduce their dependency on Bescom by installing rooftop solar power plants.
On Saturday, Bescom managing director C Shikha and mayor Gangambike Mallikarjun launched the rooftop solar project mooted by the Bangalore Apartments Federation (BAF) at the inaugural of the programme, Bengaluru Apartments Making Bengaluru Operationally Outstanding and Sustainable (BAMBOOS). The aim is to ensure solar rooftop plants on at least 1,000 apartment complexes across the city in two years.
“One of the ways to reduce the maintenance charges being collected from apartment residents is by switching over from electricity supplied by Bescom to generating own power using rooftop solar panels,” a BAF office-bearer said. Read more
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