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Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal recently inaugurated a 140 kWp solar PV plant at Milan Vihar cooperative society in East Delhi.
What Is It?
After Dwarka’s cooperative society in East Delhi going solar, Milan Vihar Apartments in IP-extension goes through a solar change too with an installation of 441 solar-power plants for its 1,600 residents.
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What’s In It?
Under the RESCO model and in a mission to make Delhi a ‘solar city’, Milan Vihar Apartments in IP-extension gets 441 solar-power plants set up which was inaugurated by the Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal himself.
The plant will generate 1.7 lakh units in a year while there are many other housing societies as well to switch to solar power plants. This move comes as a result of the government’s efforts to make Delhi a solar city. Delhi also has the most number of such power plants with 1,365 in total rooftop solar systems.
This will ensure that housing societies will have a large potential for solar energy that can benefit from Central Finance Scheme and generation-based incentive. The government aims to install 1,000 MWp by 2020 and 2,000 MWp by 2025 under the solar policy for Delhi.
1kW solar photovoltaic (PV) rooftop system will be expected to generate 4-5 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity per day.
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