DelhiDesk Uttarakhand Renewable Energy Development Agency (UREDA) has initiated a solar water heater scheme to reduce electricity bills and promote the use of renewable energy in the state. The scheme provides subsidies ranging from 30% to 60% for the installation of water heaters with a capacity of 100 to 800 litres in households and commercial properties. UREDA aims to set up a water heater plant of over 75,000 litres and claims that the heaters can save around 1,500 units of electricity per year. The cost of solar water heaters with a minimum capacity ranges from INR 15,000 to INR 22,000.
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– Uttarakhand Renewable Energy Development Agency (UREDA) has started a solar water heater scheme to reduce electricity bills.
– Assistance ranging from 30% to 60% is being given in the form of subsidies for the installation of solar water heaters.
– UREDA aims to set up a water heater plant of more than 75 thousand litres and will install water heaters of 100 to 800 liters capacity in the state.
– Domestic water heaters will receive a 60% subsidy, while commercial water heaters will receive a 30% discount.
– The solar water heater runs entirely on solar energy, and after installation, it can save about 1500 units of electricity per year.
– The cost of solar water heaters with minimum capacity ranges from Rs 15,000 to Rs 22,000.
– The government of Uttarakhand is giving subsidies ranging from 30% to 60% on installation of solar water heaters in homes.
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