"... Just asking the communities that they are building for, how is it that they imagine their home to look?”
Delhi schools are taking up this opportunity to generate green energy and improve their finances.
The best part is that none of the schools had to invest any money. The entire project cost was borne by the developers.
Community-based demand aggregation programmes, which will be expanded if the pilot projects are successful.
Solar projects smaller than 500 kW may be allowed by states based on techno-commercial feasibility
Travelling across over 100 villages in Gujarat, the duo has trained people to make the best use of sun’s energy.
DISCOM to play the role of a facilitator - the program will benefit both consumers and the DISCOM.
The community identified the forces that spun their old vicious cycle and determined what to change to start a more virtuous one.
The Maligaon Solar Micro-Grid is the first instance where a village level electricity generation unit has used Lithium Ferro-Phosphate batteries.