Along with the All India Solar Summit-2018 (AISS-2018) one day National Solar Conclave was organized by Indian Industries Association at IIA Bhawan, VIbhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar Lucknow on February 24. The conclave was addressed by the representatives of several Government and non-government organizations such as MNRE, SIDBI, Goldi Green, SuKam, Bosch Energy Germany, Sunled Energy, Punjab National Bank, Regional Institute of Social Entrepreneurship & Renewal Energy Center of Lucknow University.
Hiren Bora, from MNRE, Delhi said that online facility is now available for setting up Rooftop Solar Power Plant for which a website www.solarrooftop.gov.in is operational. “By this online facility the complaints of Non- availability /delay in subsidy will get resolved”, he said.
Bora further added that the Government of India is giving 30% subsidy for Roof Top Solar Plant installed in house hold, institutions and nonprofit NGO’s, however subsidy is not available for commercial & industrial users. “For Commercial & Industrial users setting up of Solar Power Plants in RESCO Model is a good alternative where they not need to make capital investment will get cheaper electricity compare to what they are getting from DISCOM’s. There is no hassle of maintenance for such consumers”, he said. Read More…
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