Around 80 gram panchayats (GPs) across Karnataka’s Badagabettu district have been encouraging the transition to solar power, leading to the first GP building to be powered by a solar system coming from the area. Although the work on the system was completed a month ago, it had not been officially inaugurated. With the installation of a solar power system, the GP building will now save Rs 1,300 a month on power. Panchayat development officer Sumana said, "Besides the administrative bodies, every resident of the village here wants the GP to be a model establishment. When it comes to development, all villagers stand united. The village has a population of 9,309. But we have a perfect waste management system, besides adequate housing facilities and solar-powered streetlights." The solar panels installed at the building generate 5 kW of power, while the rest of the power is drawn from Mescom. The bill, as a result, has fallen from Rs 1,600 to a meagre Rs 300.
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