Delhi AAP Govt – EV Policy (Dec 2018)

The EV Policy: http://transport.delhi.gov.in/sites/default/files/All-PDF/Electric%20Policy%202018.pdf

Delhi Govt Website: http://transport.delhi.gov.in/content/delhi-electric-vehicle-policy-2018

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Indian Electric Vehicle Expo | 21 Dec 2018 | Gadkari warns poor quality E-Rickshaw makers |PlugInCaroo

Electric Vehicle Technology Expo, India’s biggest eco-friendly expo the 8th EVEXPO 2018’ took place from December 21 to 23rd at hall No. 7, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

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सौर ऊर्जा | सौर पैनल | सोलर पंप | Solar Energy EP2 | PlugInCaroo

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MNRE to seek cabinet nod soon for rooftop solar scheme SRISTI

The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) will approach the Union cabinet in the next 30-45 days seeking approval for the solar rooftop scheme SRISTI or Sustainable Rooftop Implementation for Solar Transfiguration of India.

“We have just finalized the SRISTI scheme. It is going to the cabinet for approval and would take around a month to 45 days,” MNRE Secretary Anand Kumar said.

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100 e-charging stations in Thane by Jan 2019 by Maindra & Kinetic Electric

Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) has signed a MoU with Mahindra and Kinetic Electric for setting up 100 electric charging points for  cars and 2-wheelers in the region.

TMC has already started scouting for locations to evenly distribute the infrastructure in the ever-growing city.

To make electric mobility even more lucrative for faster adoptions. The corporation plans to bear 75 per cent of the electricity cost in 2019, 50 per cent in 2020 and 25 per cent in 2021.

The charging stations are also said to offer battery swaps, the technology for which is already being developed.

Delhi Co-op societies to get rooftop solar!

In Delhi it is now possible for Cooperative group housing societies (CGHS)  to instal rooftop solar power panels on their buildings. The power department of Delhi government has begun inviting applications from housing societies and individual house owners and also has started the registration process.

Delhi Govt Rooftop Solar energy guideline             

“So far, a few housing societies from… Dwarka have expressed interest. We are trying to reach out to societies across the city. Our team will visit these societies soon for inspection. We can then give details, such as area suitable for solar panels, investment needed, cost benefits, and other issues,” said AK Jha, executive officer with the power department.

For the housing societies, there are three categories of solar plants — 1-5 kW, 5-10 kW and above 10 kW, depending on area of the rooftop. According to Jha, the first category will require a rooftop area of 10 sq m.

“If a housing society instals a solar system of 30 kW, which costs Rs 16.5 lakh, they will get a subsidy of Rs 4.95 lakh. A solar plant of this capacity would need a shadow-free area of 312 sq m,” Jha explained.

He continued, “The 100-kW project will cost around Rs 55-60 lakh, of which 30 per cent will be paid as subsidy. Vendors who’ll install the solar panels will also be responsible for maintenance for a period of five years. After that, the vendor will charge for maintenance.”

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