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Renewable energy systems in Raj Bhavan

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GUWAHATI, April 17 � The campus of Raj Bhavan here was recently provided with renewable energy systems and devices under the SADP programme of the Union Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE).

The project executed by the Assam Energy Development Agency includes different renewable energy systems comprising a 30-KW solar power plant, LED streetlights and solar garden lights, solar water heaters and a solar wind hybrid system.

The 30-KW SPV power plant will generate power and supplement conventional power requirement to the Raj Bhavan complex from the grid. During the trial run, it was seen that the 30-KW SPV power plant had been generating around 100 units of electricity per day. The generation will further increase during clear sunny days. Since the system does not have a battery bank, the recurring expenditure of battery replacement will not be a hindrance for successful running and sustainability of the project.

The solar water heaters will provide hot water to the Governor�s residence as well as the guest house and staff quarters within the Raj Bhavan complex. LED streetlights and garden lights, being run from the solar wind hybrid system, will provide uninterrupted lighting throughout the night.

Dr NP Singh, Adviser, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, visited Raj Bhawan recently, along with senior officials of the ministry and reviewed the works of renewable energy systems and devices installed.

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Renewable energy systems in Raj Bhavan

GUWAHATI, April 17 � The campus of Raj Bhavan here was recently provided with renewable energy systems and devices under the SADP programme of the Union Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE).

The project executed by the Assam Energy Development Agency includes different renewable energy systems comprising a 30-KW solar power plant, LED streetlights and solar garden lights, solar water heaters and a solar wind hybrid system.

The 30-KW SPV power plant will generate power and supplement conventional power requirement to the Raj Bhavan complex from the grid. During the trial run, it was seen that the 30-KW SPV power plant had been generating around 100 units of electricity per day. The generation will further increase during clear sunny days. Since the system does not have a battery bank, the recurring expenditure of battery replacement will not be a hindrance for successful running and sustainability of the project.

The solar water heaters will provide hot water to the Governor�s residence as well as the guest house and staff quarters within the Raj Bhavan complex. LED streetlights and garden lights, being run from the solar wind hybrid system, will provide uninterrupted lighting throughout the night.

Dr NP Singh, Adviser, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, visited Raj Bhawan recently, along with senior officials of the ministry and reviewed the works of renewable energy systems and devices installed.

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