Chief Minister’s Solar Mission CM of Meghalaya r Conrad K Sangma had approved the scheme of CM Solar Mission with a budget of Rs 500 crore, aimed at decreasing the deficit of the northeastern hill state. The mission had been approved for the year of 5 years where an annual investment of Rs 100 crore, with the contributor including corporate social responsibility, carbon credits, and international organizations. The subsidy included individual households who will be eligible for 70% of the subsidy and schools are qualified for 50% subsidy.
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Chief Minister’s Solar Mission explained
CM talked to media personnel with the objective of sustainable green energy, where he released a statement on Twitter,” Through the scheme, the government will support a set percentage of the housing units in both rural and urban areas as well as institutional units. In order for households and institutions to make use of the CMSM, solar hybrid power systems with photovoltaic cells, an inverter, and battery backup will be given. Long-term, this will enable some kind of power stability.” As per reports by the Meghalaya government, they had s power generation is largely hydel-based with an installation capacity of 378.38 MW, where an annual increase of more than 50 MW. In addition to the plan, the CM had initiated to establish an LED assembling unit in the state.
Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma approved
Who was the chief minister of Meghalaya?
Conrad Kongkal Sangma (born 27 January 1978) is the current Chief Minister of Meghalaya since 2018.
What is the subsidy for solar panels in Meghalaya?
Citizens of Meghalaya received a subsidy of 40% from the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, 50% from the vendor, and 10% from MePDCL.