50 kWp Solar roof top under the IPDS scheme of Government of India inaugurated in Solan as part of ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’

New Delhi: As part of the ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’, a 50 kWp Solar roof top was inaugurated in Solan, Himachal Pradesh under the Integrated power development scheme of Ministry of Power ,Government of India. The 50 kWp Solar roof top project is commissioned by Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board Ltd (HPSEBL).

The inauguration ceremony is a part of ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ celebrations, marking 75 years of India’s independence.

The project was inaugurated by Shri Sukh Ram, Hon’ble MPP & Power Minister, Himachal Pradesh and Shri PK Singh, Director- Commercial & Projects (Additional Charge), Power Finance Corporation Ltd ( PFC) who was present through a virtual platform. The inauguration ceremony was also attended by senior dignitaries from HPSEBL and PFC.

50 kWp Roof Top Solar Plant has been installed on the HPSEBL Circle office in Solan. A total of 152 PV Panels are installed which will produce approximately 165 Kwh of electricity on a daily basis.

HPSEBL has successfully installed 1107 kWp capacity rooftop solar plant in Himachal Pradesh under IPDS. Under the ongoing ‘Go Green’ Initiative in form of Rooftop Solar, solar panels are also installed in Uttar Pradesh (10 MWp), Karnataka (8 MWp), Kerala (5 MWp), West Bengal (4 MWp), Uttarakhand (3 MWp) and Himachal Pradesh (1 MWp).

The project further reinforces the ‘Go Green’ Initiative of the government envisaged in Urban Distribution scheme of government of India.


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