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Thursday, November 07, 2002
Haryana funds renewables:
"India's Haryana State Government has earmarked Rs 36.85 crore for the promotion of non-conventional energy sources during the Tenth Five Year Plan as against Rs 22.78 crore spent during the Ninth Five Year Plan. `Solar shops' would be set up in 18 districts to provide information, sale and repair service for all types of renewable energy devices under one roof, a spokesman of the Non-Conventional Energy Sources department said... There was a plan to provide 21,000 home lighting systems during the Tenth Plan at a total cost of Rs 23.10 crore. The SPV water pumping system of 1800 watt capacity were being installed to lift water through pumps running on solar photovoltaic technology and could be used for irrigation, drinking water and horticulture purposes, he said." 5:12:46 PM
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