Tata Power launches 'Ghar Ghar Solar' initiative in UP

Under this imitative, consumers in the state can avail a maximum subsidy of up to Rs 1,08,000 on rooftop solar installation
Tata Power launches 'Ghar Ghar Solar' initiative in UP
Tata Power launches 'Ghar Ghar Solar' initiative in UP

New Delhi: Tata Power Solar Systems Limited, a leader in sustainable energy solutions, has launched a transformative rooftop solar initiative aimed at powering every home in Uttar Pradesh (UP) with clean energy.

Starting from Varanasi, the ambitious initiative of 'Ghar Ghar Solar, Tata Power ke Sang' promises substantial financial savings and environmental benefits for residents through state-of-the-art Rooftop Solar Solutions (RTS).

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Consumers in the state can avail a maximum subsidy of up to Rs 1,08,000 on rooftop solar installation. It will comprise a Central Govt. subsidy of Rs 78,000 for up to 3 kW and a maximum of Rs 30,000 (Rs 15,000 per kW) for up to 3kW by the State Govt., which will be over and above the Central Govt. subsidy.

Speaking at the launch ceremony in Varanasi, Tata Power's CEO & MD Dr Praveer Sinha said, “Our mission at Tata Power Solar is to drive a sustainable energy future. With the launch of our rooftop solar solutions in Uttar Pradesh, we provide residents with the best available opportunity to significantly reduce their energy bills and contribute to a greener environment. Our three decades of expertise, advanced technology such as bifacial modules, easy financing, trained workforce, and robust channel partner network guarantee a hassle-free switch to solar power.”

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Switching to solar energy offers tremendous economic advantages. A typical household installing a 3 kW solar rooftop with an initial investment of around Rs 1.08 lakh (subsidy of Rs 1.08 lakh can be claimed) can generate 12 units of electricity daily, translating to approximately 360 units per month. With the average electricity tariff in Varanasi, this setup can save residents up to Rs 27,000 per year on their electricity bills.

Net metering allows residents to earn credits for any excess electricity generated by their solar systems and fed back into the grid. This not only reduces their electricity bills further but also ensures that no generated power goes to waste, enhancing the overall financial benefits of switching to solar energy.

Through this campaign, the company seeks to raise awareness about the benefits of adopting solar rooftop solutions and reassure consumers that these solutions are easily accessible to all with Tata Power Solar.

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