Fwd: [alt-ed-india] Need your help
- Dear Mr.Arun kumar Mahajan,
Please find reply from Mr.Sanjay, who is an authority in the subject. If you need more information please write to me.
There are schemes form MNRE which provide subsidy for
1. Solar water heaters
2. If it is a community and they are using diesel gensets in times whne there is no power and they decide to incorporate RE like solar , wind etc ; again there is subsidiy that can be achieved from MNRE and MNRE registered vendors
Do let me know if you need more details
From: Surekha Sridhar [mailto:sridharsurekha@...]
Sent: 31 October 2010 21:29
To: Sanjay Bhardwaj
Subject: Fwd: [alt-ed-india] Need your help
Can you give advise regarding the same.
Thanks for such a wonderful information.
I am from Delhi and have been trying to adhere to RE for quite sometime but failed miserably. I have an independent house and not living in any society. My major concern:
- I live in independent house (not in any society type of setup)
- Convincing others near my house is very difficult
- There is no such RWA as it is an old type of setup
- So only option is to do something independently.
So what I found:
- Amount of energy required in urban lifestyle is not being compensated by RE
- Even a hybrid system is of not very useful
- System is not very efficient
- It is a bit costly
- It is also insecure as a chance of getting damage is a bit high.
Could you please help me to gather more information on it.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [email@example.com] On Behalf Of Surekha [sridharsurekha@...]
Sent: Saturday, October 30, 2010 10:31 AM
Subject: [alt-ed-india] Need your help
Can you imagine a life without electricity? Well I canâ€™t. But there are many people who have no access to electricity. There is not enough to meet all our needs. Renewable energy (RE) sources like solar, biomass, and wind can solve this problem. They are mostly abundant and environmental friendly.
In an attempt to spread awareness about RE, Greenpeace, a civil society group working for environmental issues, launched the Urja Swaraj yatra (Independent electricity) in Bihar. They covered over 1800 kms in the state telling the people in the electricity deprived villages about the benefits of RE.
Now most of these villages support RE and their demand has made three political parties in the state recognize RE as an important element in the stateâ€™s energy mix. The entire country needs to take into account the importance of this option..
By supporting RE we can help show this to all our leaders. I have already pleadged my support to RE.
Can you take a pledge to support RE as well?
The pledge says: : I support clean and green renewable energy.
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