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MNRE/NABARD Scheme for Solar Home Lighting

MNRE (GOI) has signed an MOU with NABARD to promote SOLAR HOME LIGHTING SYSTEMS to rural areas. This program is to be implemented under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM). JNNSM aims to achieve 20000mw of solar power production by the year 2022.

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Thrive® Solar is an ISO 9001:2008 company and is today a ICRA Rated Direct Channel Partner of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Government of India. This accreditation by MNRE allows Thrive® Solar to directly submit project proposals to MNRE and help its partners who are interested in installing solar power packs to avail the subsidy provided by MNRE.

Committed to their cause of providing quality solar lighting to the off grid or power deficit areas, Thrive® Solar has been doing pioneering work in the solar energy sphere. The HOME LIGHTING SYSTEMS are to be implemented with Bank linkages for loan and with special subsidy.
 

Subsidy and Loan Details

Solar Home Lighting Systems with NABARD/MNRE subsidy

S# Model Solar Module Battery Inverter Load Backup System Cost (MRP) (Rs.) Subsidy (Rs.) Bank Loan
1 TL 200 100 x 2 Nos. 12 V/ 75 Ah X 2 Nos. 24V /800VA 3 CFL Lights, 2 Fans & 1 TV 3 to 4 hours 45000/- 20000/- 25000/-
2 TL 250 250 Wp 12 V/ 100 Ah X 2 Nos. 24V/ 800VA 4 CFL Lights, 3 Fans & 1 TV 3 to 4 hours 56700/- 25000/- 31700/-
3 TL 300 150 x 2 Nos. 12 V/ 120 Ah X 2 Nos. 24V/ 1000VA 5 CFL Lights, 3 Fans & 1 TV 3 to 4 hours 65000/- 30000/- 35000/-

 

Please note:- Specifications and scheme subject to updation and change from time to time.

TERMS & CONDITIONS:-
1. Customer has to submit the sanction letters received from the Bank through dealer in your local area.
2. Installation, commissioning and fault repair and maintenance for 5 years is the scope of Dealer.
3. Price Quoted exludes transportation charges.
4. Equipment / material will be despatched upon receiving the sanction letter from the Bank.
 

 

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