Private firms and engineering colleges are urging ‘renew’ and National Solar Energy Corporation (NSEC) to extend similar incentives and concessions accorded to government institutions under the ‘Roof Top Solar Power Promotion policy.’
‘Renew,’ a private solar promotion firm, has been roped in by NREDCAP to implement roof-top solar projects in all government offices. As per the agreement, ‘Renew’ would invest its own funds to execute the solar project works in government offices.
The government offices must provide space for installation of solar panels on roof-top and the beneficiaries need not invest a single rupee. The beneficiaries must arrive at an mutually acceptable agreement with ‘Renew’ and pay the power bill which will be substantially lower than the power bill they are presently paying. Read More
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