Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday launched the solar plant in Rewa. The Prime Minister said that the poor can generate electricity in their homes today, farmers have started generating electricity along with food grains in the fields.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday inaugurated the largest solar plant in Rewa, Madhya Pradesh. It is the largest plant in Asia, which PM Modi started through video conference. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his address here that today Rewa has created history. When we watch a video of this plant from the sky, it seems that thousands of solar panels are waving as crops. Solar plant of Rewa will make this entire area a center of energy, it will benefit MP’s people and metro will also get electricity in Delhi.
PM Modi said that now Rewa will proudly say that Delhi’s metro runs our Rewa. This will benefit the poor, middle class people, farmers and tribals of Madhya Pradesh. Today, India ranks among the top countries in terms of solar energy. The PM said that solar power is important according to the needs of electricity, the government is increasing it. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the economy is an important aspect about self-sufficiency. Over the years, it is a churn to think about the economy or the environment, but India has shown that both can be done simultaneously.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that during the Corona crisis, farmers produced record-breaking crops and the government bought them. Soon the farmers of Madhya Pradesh will also break the record of generating electricity. Now we will make goods related to solar plants in the country itself. Under self-sufficient India, their dependence on imports should be reduced and its production here will be encouraged. Now if any department of government takes some goods related to solar plant, it will buy Make in India only.
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In his address, PM Modi said that in our government’s time, many decisions were taken, including Swachh Bharat, LPG, LED, Solar energy, due to which economy and environment are paramount. The PM said that in the last 6 years the government has distributed 36 crore LED bulbs, more than 10 million bulbs have been installed in street lights. Our government has reduced the price of LEDs ten times. The PM said that it is saving 600 billion units of electricity, reducing the electricity bill of the people every year.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself gave information about this. PM Modi has tweeted, ‘I will inaugurate a 750 MW solar project in Rewa, Madhya Pradesh through video conferencing at 11 am on July 10.’ This solar project promotes our commitment to increase renewable energy capacity by 2022. Explain that there are three 250-250 MW solar power generating units in Rewa’s project. The project is expected to emit carbon equivalent to about 1.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that before 2014, the price of solar power was high, but now the price has come down significantly. India has now become the most luxurious market for clean energy, now India has become a model in this field. India is gathering the whole world in this region, so that the great crisis of the world can end. Now a common man is generating electricity from the roof of the house to the garden. Along with this, food donor is being made as energy donor. The land on which the farmer has difficulty growing crops is now planting a plant there.
In the Bharatiya Janata Party government led by Shivraj Singh Chauhan, PM Modi is launching a big scheme for the first time. A 750 MW solar power project is being started in Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, which is being called Asia’s largest solar power project. It will also provide electricity to Delhi Metro.
खबरों के लिए इस न्यूज़ को ज्यादा से ज्यादा शेयर करें और अपडेट्स पाते रहें।