The Union government has sanctioned central financial assistance of Rs. 4.4 crore for the distribution of 20,000 solar lanterns to the people in the flood affected areas of Uttarakhand. The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy will be meeting the full cost of solar lanterns to be distributed. Each lantern costs approximately Rs 2,200. This project will be implemented by the Uttarakhand Renewable Energy Development Agency, Dehradun.
Immediately after the calamity that struck the Himalayan state on June 15, Union Minister for New & Renewable Energy, Farooq Abdullah instructed his Ministry to enquire from the Government of Uttarakhand about the ways in which the Ministry could help the affected people. The Ministry, in turn, upon receiving a request from the Government of Uttarakhand for providing Solar Lanterns issued its in principle approval for the same, immediately.
These solar lanterns would provide lights in the far-flung and badly affected areas which have been totally cut-off from the grid and where the extension/repair of grid lines would take several months. These would help the villagers to not only complete their normal works after dusk but also keep off wild animals from their habitat.
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