The first Net metered Home Solar PV System in Madhya Pradesh was inaugurated at the residence of Shri Santosh Muchhal in Indore. The 1.92 kW Solar unit is set up on an area of 175 square feets and generates a minimum 10 units per day. Net metered Home Solar PV System is connected to the grid to which excess power generated is supplied and draws power from the grid when power is in undersupply. This allows consumers to generate their own electricity and reduce monthly electricity bill as the consumer only pays for energy consumed minus the energy supplied to the grid.
The State’s first On-grid Residential Solar System was installed by Ujaas Home and inaugurated by Shri Manu Srivastava, IAS the Managing Director of Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikas Nigam (MPUVNL) besides Dr M. S. Kele (Director – Technical, MPPKVVCL) & Shri Shrikant Deshmukh (Superintendent Engineer, MP Urja Vikas Nigam). MPUVNL is the state’s nodal agency to implement policies and schemes to promote Renewable and non-conventional energy in the Central Indian State. The agency’s solar scheme has received over 82 applications in Indore and more than half of them is approved.
MP has a target of 2200MW renewable capacity by 2022. MPUVNL aims to install 22,000 solar power units of 100KW capacity. To reach that capacity, Solar must be adopted not only by industries and commercial establishments but also residents and house owners.
The capacity of the Home Solar PV System is decided by the roof area and energy requirements of the customer. Consult Ujaas Home to know the best Solar option for your home. With simplified process to install Residential Solar Plant by the government, residents can easily make the one-time investment that delivers returns for a span of 25 long years. It’s a matter of immense pride for Ujaas as well as the state of Madhya Pradesh that the ball has now set rolling for the people of the state to adopt Solar in their homes.