New Delhi: The Nashik urban division of Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Corporation Limited (MSEDCL) has proposed setting up of solar power plants generating 31.67MW electricity in rural areas under the Chief Minister Solar Agriculture Feeder Scheme in which farmers will get power during the day for their agriculture needs.
Nashik superintendent officer PM Daroli has proposed to launch the scheme in six villages where 31.7 Mw of power is expected to be produced and sold to the farmers. “We have entered into an agreement with these six villages where they have agreed to give us the land. The power plants will be raised on the land and the power generated would be sold to the farmers,” Daroli said. Read more
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