Small Wind Solar Hybrid System to provide electricity to un-electrified areas: MNRE

MNRE

Ministry of New and Renewable Energy is implementing a programme to promote the installation of small wind solar hybrid systems. The objective of the programme is to provide electricity in unelectrified areas or areas with irregular electric supply. Under the programme, MNRE provides Central Financial Assistance (CFA) to community users for installation of such systems.

First- such Pilot-cum- demonstration project of 25 KW capacity will be installed at the wind turbine test station of National Institute of Wind Energy at Kayathar, Tootikudi District, Tamil Nadu.

As per MNRE total installed capacity as on 31st March 2016 is 2.69 MW. There are 6 small wind turbine manufacturers and 9 models empanelled under this programme. The tentative cost for each of the project will be in the range of Rs 2-3 lakh per KW, depending upon the configuration and location of the projects. The Ministry will support upto 50% of the project cost.

The installation of such projects and its success would lead towards launching of National Programme on Grid connected small wind and solar hybrid system in future.

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