Make plan to achieve solar power installation target by August 2023: Chandigarh adviser to CREST

Chandigarh adviser Dharam Pal has asked officials of the CREST to prepare a year-wise plan to achieve their target of 75 MWp solar power installation by August 2023
During the annual governing body meeting of CREST held under the chairmanship of Chandigarh adviser Dharam Pal on Monday, officials were told to prepare a plan to achieve their solar power installation target by August 2023. (HT File Photo/ Representational image)
During the annual governing body meeting of CREST held under the chairmanship of Chandigarh adviser Dharam Pal on Monday, officials were told to prepare a plan to achieve their solar power installation target by August 2023. (HT File Photo/ Representational image)
Published on Nov 30, 2021 03:12 AM IST
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Dharam Pal, adviser, UT, has asked officials of the Chandigarh Renewal Energy and Science and Technology Promotion Society (CREST) to prepare a year-wise plan to achieve their target of 75 MWp solar power installation by August 2023. This was discussed during the annual governing body meeting of CREST held under his chairmanship on Monday. Officials also discussed how many residential houses, industrial buildings, commercial buildings, institutional buildings, etc, have not complied with the 2016 orders of mandatory installation of the solar power plant in Chandigarh. The adviser directed all such building owners to install solar power plants as per building bylaws immediately, failing which necessary action will be taken against them.

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