The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy said today it has distributed one million solar study lamps under a scheme for states including Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha and Uttar Pradesh. Also Read - Twitter temporarily blocks Ravi Shankar Prasad account for rule violation, now restored
‘One million Solar Study Lamps Scheme’ has been successfully implemented or distributed under Solar Study Lamp Scheme, New and Renewable Energy Minister R K Singh said in written reply to Rajya Sabha today. Also Read - Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite vs Oppo F19 - Here's Latest Specifications Including Camera, Display, RAM, Processor, OS, Price in India, and Other Features
A new project for distribution of 70 lakh solar study lamps in Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand Odisha and Uttar Pradesh which was sanctioned by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) in December 2016, is currently under implementation. Also Read - Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite vs Oppo A74 5G - Head to Head Comparison of Display, RAM, Processor, Camera Features, Battery Performance, Price in India, and Many Other Specifications
The scheme which was sanctioned in January 2014 for empowering under-served communities in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra has been successfully completed. Following this, the ministry sanctioned 5 lakh solar study lamps in various states in May 2016.
In Rajasthan a total of 3.06 lakh solar study lamps have been distributed and 927 persons including 360 women have been trained for local assembly and repair of the solar study lamps.
The ministry also has a separate skill development programme Surya Mitra for imparting training in the field of solar energy for installation and repair and maintenance of solar power systems.