After recovering from an unexpected natural calamity, the State is now on a renovation mode, building a ‘New Kerala’ that focuses on sustainable development.
As part of this, recently the State Finance Minister T M Thomas Isaac, in his budget speech, talked about providing around 130-150 crore units of electricity to the consumers from 500 MW rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) projects and 500 MW from floating and terrestrial solar PV projects. He also mentioned that Kerala households have already registered for 200 MW of rooftop solar PV capacity.
With a feasible plan in place, we talk to a few experts to understand the need, benefits and process of implementing solar power generation units in homes and offices. Read More
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