Modi’s New Plan, After This You will Get Free Electricity for 25 Years!

There is a scheme of the central government in which you can spend only Rs 70,000 and get free electricity for 25 years. This is a great offer to eliminate the tension of your massive bill of power every month. In fact, the Central Government’s New & Renewable Energy Ministry is providing 30 per cent subsidy on the Rooftop Solar Plant to those who use Solar Panel. About Rs, 1 lakh is spent on installing a rooftop solar panel without support.



The price of a solar panel is about one lakh rupees. According to the states, this expenditure may vary. After the subsidy, the one-kilowatt solar plant can be installed anywhere in only 60 to 70 thousand rupees. At the same time, some states also provide a separate subsidy for this as well.

If you are wondering, Where to Buy Solar Panels.

You can contact state government’s renewable energy development authority to buy a solar panel.
The office has been set up in major cities of the states. Solar panels are also available to private dealers in every town. To get a loan from the Authority, you have first to contact.The form for a subsidy will also be available from the authority office.



In fact, in many places you can sell electricity as well, states like Rajasthan, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh are offering the facility to sell solar energy. Under this scheme, the additional power generated from the solar power plant can be sold to the state government by connecting it with the power grid. Uttar Pradesh has started an incentive scheme for using solar power. Under this, the electricity bill will be exempted from the use of solar panels.



Ministry has set targets for all the states. According to the ministry, the goal of generating maximum power from Rooftop Solar Plant is given to Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh. Maharashtra has to produce 4700 MW and Uttar Pradesh 4300 MW to 2022. Apart from this, Gujarat has 3200 MW, Tamil Nadu has 3500 MW, Madhya Pradesh 2200 MW, Odisha 1000 MegaWatt, West Bengal will be given 2100 MW, Karnataka 2300 MW, Delhi 1100 MW and Chhattisgarh 700 MW. It has been decided to target 100 to 250 MW for small states.

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