The Chandigarh administration has once again extended the deadline for three months for the installation of solar plants. This is the third extension given by the UT administration.
The Chandigarh Renewal Energy, Science and Technology Promotion Society (Crest), the nodal agency for installation of solar plants in Chandigarh, had recently proposed to extend the deadline to install solar plants by three months. Thereafter, a notification was issued by UT chief administrator Ajoy Kumar Sinha.
The administration, in a notification issued on May 18, 2016, had made installation of rooftop solar power plants mandatory in residential houses measuring 500 square yards and above and group housing societies. Read More
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