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Solar Scheme 2024: PM Narendra Modi की Suryodaya Yojana
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious vision of rooftop solarisation will provide 300 units of free electricity to 1 crore households every month resulting in savings of ₹15,000-20,000 per month. This significant announcement promises a bright future not only for the renewable energy industry but also for numerous enthusiasts and entrepreneurs urging new employment opportunities
The government, in January, increased benchmark central financial assistance for the residential sector under the rooftop solar program to give a push to the projects and cover the higher cost of solar panels.
Support for up to 3 kW capacity was raised to Rs 18,000 per kW for general states, up 23.4%, from Rs 14,588 per kW earlier, according to a notification from the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy.
The Union Budget for 2023-24 had provided for an allocation of Rs 7,327 crore for the solar power sector including grid, offgrid, and PM-KUSUM projects. This was a 48 per cent increase over the previous Rs 4,979 crore provided in the revised estimates for the previous budget.
Business coach - One on One Personal Class
Develop your skills and knowledge on PV Solar power technology as per your requirement.
Rooftop solar solution - understanding rooftop solar project
Rooftop Solar design - Do all type of rooftop solar power plant
Rooftop project software simulation - array/system configuration, optimal sizing of the inverter, energy production [MWh/y], Performance Ratio (PR [%]), energy gains and losses (PDF report) and also to consider potential improvements in the design.
Lithium-ion battery pack making business class - How can you setup battery making assembly line
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Onsite Practical at Head Office Solar Power plant
Zero-energy buildings (ZEBs)Zero-energy buildings (ZEBs) usually use less energy than traditional buildings as well as generate their own energy on-site to use in the building. Many people in developing countries (and elsewhere) already live in zero-energy buildings.
Most buildings today use a lot of energy -- to keep the lights on, cool the air, heat water, and power personal devices. Even installing solar systems will not significantly counter the heavy energy load. There are, however, some buildings that strike a balance; or even tip the scales the other way! These are called zero energy buildings.
Upcoming - Zero Energy Building (ZEB)
Knowledge - These buildings are designed to reduce energy consumption through energy-efficient technologies and to generate energy through renewable sources such as solar panels, wind turbines, or geothermal systems. The ultimate goal is to have a net-zero energy balance, where the building produces enough energy to meet its own energy demands.
Course for: Civil Engineer, Building Architect, Building Advisor, Solar professionals and Building owners.
Admission pre-booking for August 2023