Punjab Government

Punjab Govt Grants Rs 60 Crore To Power Piped Water With Solar

The Punjab government has approved the spending of Rs 60.50 crore to develop solar energy systems for rural piped water delivery schemes in the state, reducing annual electricity costs by Rs 8–9 crore. With a total installed capacity of 8.698 MW, solar energy plants based on net metering would be erected at 970 rural water […]

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300 MW Solar Power Projects Planned By Punjab Govt

The state of Punjab’s administration has decided to put in place 300 MW worth of photovoltaic (PV) solar power installations. According to an official statement outlining the decision made at a high-level conference held recently, these projects comprise 100 MW floating solar PV power projects on reservoirs and lakes and 200 MW canal-top solar PV […]

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Punjab to Solarize One Lakh Electric Agricultural Tubewells

One lakh electric agricultural tubewells, currently in use by the state, would be powered by solar energy by the Punjab government. The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy had received a request to solarize 1 lakh grid-connected electric tubewells, and the Union Government had approved it while also setting a target of 1 lakh pumps […]

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Punjab Gives Seal of Approval for Rs 100 Cr Renewable Projects

The segment includes nine small hydro projects with the combined capacity of 5.55 MW worth around Rs 60 crore, one bio-CNG Project of Rs 17.50 crore and a bio-coal of around Rs 26.75 crore. The Punjab Government has approved Punjab renewable energy projects worth Rs 100 crore, the State Minister for Renewable Energy Sources Gurpreet Singh Kangar […]

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