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3,000 solar panels to power Pune Raj Bhavan with 15 lakh units a year
by Prachi Bari
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6 November 2017
On 6 November 2017 Hindustan Times reported:
The chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday said that efforts are on to reduce the production cost of electricity from [rupees] 6 per unit to 3.20 per unit through various measures such as reducing the consumption of power to its conservation. Speaking after inaugurating the solar power project at Raj Bhavan, Fadnavis said the government is offering 10,000 crore as subsidy on power to farmers. ... The chief minister, on Saturday, laid the foundation stone of a solar feeder at Ralegan Siddhi to ensure cheap and assured electricity to farmers even during the day. Under the solar power project, all three Raj Bhavans in Maharashtra, Pune, Mumbai, and Nagpur, will be lit up through non-conventional energy.
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