Amroha (Uttar Pradesh): A village in Uttar Pradesh’s Amroha district is presenting itself as a model for renewable energy usage with complete dependence on solar power for all its needs.
The solar-powered village in Chakanwala Panchayat named ‘Mandironwala Bhuddi’ has no electricity poles but is completely lit up using solar power.
Solar panels have been installed at every house in the village as part of government’s scheme.
While speaking to ANI, Kanwar Singh Tanwar, the MP for Amroha said, ” This area was surrounded by the Ganges and we thought of utilising the power of the river. We have installed solar panels all across the area to make the lives of people easy. We will soon start working on the project pertaining to road connectivity.” Read more
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