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Meghalaya to spend Rs 100 cr for Chief Minister’s Solar Mission

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Shillong, July 4: The state government will be spending over Rs 100 crore for implementation of the Chief Minister’s Solar Mission in the state.

Informing this on Monday, Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma said, “We have finalised the paperwork and we hope this month itself we will be announcing. Almost roughly about Rs 100 crore will be spent from the government on this project.”


“There will be a component of government subsidy, loan component and individual beneficiary component also but we will try our best to maximize the subsidy given from the government side and the technology would be a basic technology where we will have the solar panel, the battery and the inverter,” he said.

Stating that the system will be very stable, Sangma said, “In situations where the current is not there the battery will take over which will normally charge by solar but even if it is raining and it is not possible then through the normal circuit also it will be charged.”

Also Read: “Yess Meghalaya,” govt flagship programme completes one year, CM Conrad says matter of great pride

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