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Solar energy consumption in India is huge. However, it is still not used to its full potential in India. India uses less solar energy than any other country in the world.
New Delhi: The power crisis is not new for Indians. Coal scarcity (COAL CRISIS) The news had created a cloud of weight regulation. The rising electricity bill along with the shortage of electricity is also a problem for many. According to government figures, the country’s electricity consumption has increased significantly in recent times. Several ways were adopted to find alternatives to electricity. To curb rising electricity costs, many are turning to affordable and affordable solar energy. You can install solar panels at home. Solar panel technology (SOLAR PANEL TECHNOLOGY) Is simply called rooftop solar. Solar energy consumption in India is huge. However, it is still not used to its full potential in India. India uses less solar energy than any other country in the world. Solar energy due to incentive policies of Central Government and State Government (SOLAR ENRGY) Consumption has increased in recent times.
Creation with use
Roof solar panels have many advantages. Electricity bills will be greatly reduced and on the other hand power generation will also be possible. Ruptop solar panels are installed on the roof of the house. Solar plates are installed on the roof. Electricity is generated by receiving sun rays. Solar panels contain photovoltaic cells and photovoltaic cells have the ability to generate solar energy into electricity.
Advantages of solar panels
The benefits of solar panels are many. Reasonable and convenient compared to the electricity received through the power grid. Grants are given on behalf of the Center. Through which you purchase solar panels. Solar panels have a lifespan of 25 years. Special solar panels do not require special care. No additional space or land is required for solar panels.
Exactly how much does it cost?
The cost of generating electricity through solar panels depends on the module and inverter of the panel. A typical one kilowatt capacity solar panel is expected to cost between Rs 45,000 to Rs 85,000. In addition, the cost of the battery will have to be borne. The cost of erecting solar panels up to 5 kW is expected to be around Rs. Considering the electricity bill, in 5-6 years your electricity bill will come to zero.
Criteria for grants
अनुदान Central Government provides subsidy for rooftop solar panels.
अनुदान Grants are given for home use only.
शासकीय No government subsidy for commercial use.
· 3 kW capacity – up to 40% subsidy
4-10 kW capacity – 20% subsidy
More than 10 kW- no subsidy of any kind.