Manipur

Viability gap funding approved for 1 GW solar projects in North East

The President of India has sanctioned implementation of viability gap funding for setting up of 1 GW grid-connected solar PV power projects in North Eastern states including Sikkim. The funding has been approved as a subset of the existing scheme for setting up of 5 GW grid connected solar PV power projects with viability gap funding under Batch IV Phase II of Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission.

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Manipur sees 640 kW of completed solar rooftop systems

Freyr Energy has completed 640 kW of solar PV rooftop plants in Manipur, North East India, including a 100 kW off-grid battery powered system, for a total investment of around INR 50 million (around US$769,175).

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Manipur: Government launches ‘Saubhagya – Power to all’ scheme for state

175,000 households of Manipur will receive 24×7 electricity supply. The scheme is scheduled to be completed by March 2019. The electricity will be produced through various sources – including renewable resources like solar micro and mini-grid applications. However, BNEF says that the 24×7 energy supply seems far away.

Manipur get its first 100% solar-powered village

Mangaal Rural, a non-governmental organization, has switched on more than 30 off-grid solar PV systems in a village in Manipur, making it the Northeast region’s first 100% solar-powered community.

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