Raipur: 100% home of Chhattisgarh will be lighted from light: Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel and review of good luck plans by the Minister of State for Energy, Shri R.K. Singh

Solar will get electricity from homes of heterogeneous and inaccessible geographical areas

All the houses in 23 districts of Chhattisgarh have become illuminated with light. There are 20 thousand 134 houses of 553 villages of the four districts in the state in which light is available to be provided. In the presence of the Chief Minister of the State, Shri Bhupesh Baghel and the Minister of State for Power, New and Renewable Energy, Shri RK Singh, today the implementation of good luck in the committee room was reviewed and it was decided that in Chhattisgarh, Hundred percent of the deprived houses will be illuminated at the earliest.

    It was informed in the meeting that presently 20 thousand 134 houses could not be supplied due to the area affected by Naxal problem of Bijapur, Sukma, Dantewada and Narayanpur districts and due to incomplete and inaccessible natural-geographical conditions. Of these, 7 thousand 987 houses of 266 villages available in grid and 12 thousand 147 villages remaining in 287 villages of Offgrid. It was decided in the meeting that such houses where power can not be given through the electricity line, through the Creda, the electricity will be supplied by the Solar Home Light System.
        During the review of the Sadbhavna Sahitya Power Hari Ghar Yojana and Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gram Jyoti Yojna, it was informed that good luck in Chhattisgarh was started from 11th October, 2017. So far, 100 percent of the villages in all 27 districts have been electrified. Of these, electricity has reached 100% of the 23 districts. Electricity has reached to the remaining four districts of Bijapur district, 89.2% in Dakshinagar, 99.2% in Dantewada, 84.16% of Sukma and 93.08 percent of Narayanpur district.

    Creda's Chief Executive Officer said that in the houses where power can not reach through the line, electricity will be given through Home Light System through CREDA. It is noteworthy that under the home lighting system, 200-oz of solar panel and rechargeable lithium batteries are installed, through which five LED bulbs, a fan and a mobile charging unit are imposed. In this, a solar unit costs 50 thousand rupees, in which grant is given by the government.

    Chief Secretary of Chhattisgarh, Mr. Sunil Kumar Kuzur, Director General of Police Mr. D.M. Avasthi, Secretary of the Chief Minister and Energy Mr. Gaurav Dwivedi, Special Secretary of the Department of Energy and Mr. Mohammed Kaiser Abdul Haq, MD of Chhattisgarh Power Distribution Company, Chhattisgarh State Chairman of Power Company Shri Shailendra Shukla, Director, Chhattisgarh State Electricity Company, Shri G.C. Mukherjee and Mr. H.R. Narvere, Creda Chief Executive Officer Mr. Katiyar was also present.


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