Rooftop solar in Delhi: "No electricity cost and an ideal location for a rooftop garden."

Since around a year ago, the seven-member family residing in Mayur Vihar Phase-Pocket-I I's has not paid any electrical bills.


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The household in Delhi's Mayur Vihar Phase-I Pocket-I has not paid any power bills for approximately a year. In reality, despite consuming power, the seven-member household has received money from the utility company.

In April of last year, the family decided to utilize solar energy and constructed a 5kW solar photovoltaic system on their rooftop.


"Since then, our monthly electricity expenses, which used to be between 4,000 and 8,000, have become nothing. I have not paid a single rupee despite having used two or three air conditioners at night during the heat. In March, 1,400 was credited to my BSES account for a few unused solar power units, claimed the client, a 46-year-old IT professional and homeowner.


Contrary to popular opinion, the rooftop solar system installation did not consume any of the family's patio area. They put the panels on the terrace's pillars, therefore forming a roof.



"Since the solar panels have been mounted at a height, the shady area can be converted into a greenhouse. "I have planted many plants beneath the solar panels," he added.


Customer installed a 5kW solar PV system for 2.25 lakh. After only one year, he has already recouped fifty percent of the expense. "This is the second year since we installed solar panels on our roof, and we are certain that we will return the complete cost by April 2023," stated the client.


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The administration of Delhi announced on Friday that the city will soon become the solar rooftop capital of India. The government intends to develop solar energy generation to meet fifty percent of total demand by 2030. To address the potential, the government conducted a 'National Consultation on Delhi Solar Policy' on Thursday.


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Minister of Delhi Satyendra Jain stated, "Regular policy dialogues organized by the Delhi government allowed us to collect a great deal of vital feedback from stakeholders in order to formulate a new, effective, exemplary, and comprehensive solar policy for Delhi."


The administration of Delhi announced on Friday that the city will soon become the solar rooftop capital of India. The government intends to develop solar energy generation to meet fifty percent of total demand by 2030. To address the potential, the government conducted a 'National Consultation on Delhi Solar Policy' on Thursday.



Minister of Delhi Satyendra Jain stated, "Regular policy dialogues organized by the Delhi government allowed us to collect a great deal of vital feedback from stakeholders in order to formulate a new, effective, exemplary, and comprehensive solar policy for Delhi."


Since 2016, 83% of the city's total rooftop solar capacity (230 MW) has been erected as a result of Delhi's 2016 Solar Policy, laying the groundwork for rooftop solar adoption. The new solar policy will make Delhi the solar capital of India and, with any luck, a global example of how cities can lead the rooftop solar movement. As envisioned in Delhi's Rozgar Budget, it will also create thousands of new green jobs, he said.

 

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