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PM Modi plans to launch Schemes for Power Sector

Schemes for Power Sector

PM Modi to launch Schemes for Power Sector

New Delhi: Schemes for Power Sector – On July 30 at 12:30 PM, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will participate through video conference in the grand finale commemorating the conclusion of “Ujjwal Bharat Ujjwal Bhavishya – Power @ 2047.” The Revamped Distribution Sector Scheme will be introduced by the Prime Minister during the programme. He will dedicate and lay the cornerstone for a number of NTPC green energy projects. He will also unveil the rooftop portal for National Solar. 
 
Under the prime minister’s direction, the government has launched a number of ground-breaking projects in the power industry. The sector has changed as a result of these changes, which put an emphasis on providing everyone with access to inexpensive power. The electrification of over 18,000 formerly unconnected communities demonstrated the government’s dedication to guaranteeing last-mile connectivity. 
 
In a historic move, the prime minister will introduce the ministry of power’s flagship Revamped Distribution Sector Scheme, which aims to increase the DISCOMs and power departments’ operational effectiveness and financial viability. The scheme, which would cost more than Rs. 3 lakh crore over five years from FY 2021–22 to FY 2025–26, aims to give DISCOMs financial support for modernizing and improving their distribution infrastructure with an emphasis on enhancing the dependability and quality of supply to end users.

Schemes for Power Sector

The Prime Minister will also dedicate and lay the cornerstone for several NTPC green energy projects, totaling more than Rs 5200 crore, during the programme. Both the 92 MW Kayamkulam Floating Solar Project in Kerala and the 100 MW Ramagundam Floating Solar Project in Telangana will be formally opened by him. The 735 MW Nokh Solar Project in Rajasthan, the Green Hydrogen Mobility Project in Leh, and the Kawas Green Hydrogen Blending with Natural Gas Project in Gujarat will all see him lay the cornerstones. 
 
With 4.5 lakh solar PV modules “Made in India,” the Ramagundam project is the largest floating solar PV project in India. The Kayamkulam project, which consists of 3 lakh solar PV panels made in India and are floating on water, is the second-largest floating solar PV plant. 
 
The Prime Minister will also introduce a national solar rooftop portal, which will allow for online monitoring of the process of installing rooftop solar plants, from the time applications are submitted to the time that subsidies are released into the bank accounts of residential consumers following installation and inspection of the plant. 
 
From July 25 to July 30, “Ujjwal Bharat Ujjwal Bhavishya – Power @2047″ will be held as a part of the ongoing “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.” It was planned all around the nation and serves as a showcase for the eight-year restructuring of the power sector. By increasing their understanding of and involvement in different power-related activities, plans, and programmes of the government, it seeks to empower citizens.