“The government has raised the subsidy amount from 30 per cent to 40 per cent for rooftop solar plants up to 3 kWp capacity in order to encourage the solar movement. The subsidy amount has been fixed at 20 per cent for 4 kWp to 10 kWp solar plants,” announced Ravinder Singh, Project Director, Chandigarh Renewable Energy Science & Technology (CREST), UT Administration, at the SolarTech 2019 conference.
The conference was held on Friday at the Parade Ground in Sector 17. The topic for the conference was ‘Solar Energy for a sustainable future.’ The econference was the opening event for the seventh edition of the Archibuild 2019 aligned with a three-day long expo, ‘Ins & Outs’.
The event is being organised by PHD Chamber in association with the Indian Institute of Architects (IIA) and Indian Plumbing Association (IPA) which will deliberate upon the latest innovations and challenges in the construction industry. Read More
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