In a bid to promote generation of electricity through solar power, the Chandigarh Administration is mulling offering an additional subsidy of atleast 10 per cent to marla houses to install rooftop solar power plants.
At present, the Government of India is providing upto 40 per cent subsidy for installation of rooftop solar plants upto 3 kW capacity and upto 20 per cent subsidy for above 3 kW to 10 kW. Besides, upto 20 per cent subsidy is offered to group housing society for installation of upto 500 kW rooftop solar power plant.
In Chandigarh, it is mandatory for the residential houses above 500 sq. yards to install rooftop solar power plants. The deadline for the mandatory installation is ending on September 30. Read More
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