Soon, people living in Delhi will be supplied with solar energy. The Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC), currently the Group Net Metering (GNM) and Virtual Net Metering (VNM) Framework, will get electricity to societies (CGHS) at affordable prices. If you assume, you can easily install solar panels on the terrace of your home.
Not only will this reduce the electricity bill but the cost of solar panels will go away in a few years. So your light usage will be free.
Will work in such a way:
Under this scheme a solar plant will be installed at a single location and the surplus energy will be sent back to the grid. The energy will be adjusted in the bill of all meters connected to this grid. This will reduce people’s light bills.
You can also install solar panels in your home like this: –
Contact the company’s Power Discom for installing solar panels on the floor. Which will connect you to a vendor.
Give your disco or vendor the latest copy of your light bill so it can calculate how much capacity solar panels have to be installed.
ay a non-refundable fee of Rs.
After that the site inspection and test run will be done. The special thing is that the total cost of installing solar panels in your home is subsidized by the government up to 5%.
Expenses will be removed in five years:
Generally, solar panel costs will go away within 2-3 years. Thus, this scheme is not valid for panels with a capacity less than 5 kW and more than 5 kW. If you install five kilowatts of solar panels in one house, it will save you Rs.
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