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Solar Cooker Programme: Government of India

The Government of India with Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has introduced Solar Cooker Programme.The Programme will be directed to all the states for the promotion of Decentralization of Solar Cooker. All the state nodal agencies of various renewable states will be part of it.

Objective:

  • To promote off-grid cooking applications like cooking/baking/frying using Solar Device thereby supporting the targets set in the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission.
  • To create awareness and demonstrate effective use of solar cooking systems for individual/community/beneficiary.
  • To encourage innovation in addressing market needs and promoting sustainable business models.
  • To provide support to channel partners and potential beneficiaries within the framework of boundary conditions and in a flexible demand driven mode.
  • To support consultancy services, seminars, capacity building, awareness campaigns, human resource development etc.

Period of Operation:

The scheme will be valid till 31.3.2017 or such extended period as may be allowed by Government of India.

Eligibility:

The following agencies will take part in Solar Cooker Programme.

  • All energy PSUs of India
  • State nodal agencies
  • Solar energy corporation of India
  • Channel partner- NGOs and micro and small energy companies

Benefits:

  • For the promotion of solar cooker eligible agencies will get funding from Government.
  • Eligible subsidy will also be given to PSUs, Nodal Agencies and SEC of India.
  • Release of fund pattern-
1 State Nodal

Agencies

(SNAs)/ State

Nodal

Departments

Upto 30% of the eligible CFA and services charges at the

time of sanction of the proposal in the project/programme

mode. However, 10% advance may be given at the time of

allocation of targets on programme mode.

70% after successful completion of the projects after sample

verification on submission of requisite claims along with

utilization certificate of advanced released.

2 Other

Government

Agencies for the

Govt. Projects,

and SECI

Upto 30% of the eligible CFA and services charges at the

time of sanction of the proposal in the project/programme

mode.

70 % after successful commissioning of the projects after

sample verification on submission of requisite claims

3 Channel

Partners and

Akshay Urja

Shop

On reimbursement basis after successful distribution / sale,

completion of the target / project and thereafter sample,

verification by SNAs /third party inspection thereof on

submission of requisite claims.

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