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Indore: ‘Use of solar energy in schools will inter alia have multiple benefits’

Indore: ‘Use of solar energy in schools will inter alia have multiple benefits’

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Indore: Promoting use of renewable energy resources like solar energy in affiliated schools, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) issued a circular, asking them to take measures for maximum utilisation and promotion of solar energy in schools.

The circular signed by deputy secretary Jai Prakash Chaturvedi said “Solar energy is being harvested through solar panels and is now used in most of the government offices and commercial premises as a step towards use of clean energy for protecting the environment. The schools and educational institutions consume a lot of electricity for their daily functioning, which is presently sourced from non-renewable sources that are causing environmental pollution. Most schools are also installing heavy duty generators, which run on diesel and aggravates air pollution in cities.”

It thus noted that “The government, in order to promote use of clean energy, has initiated National Solar Mission to control air pollution and discourage the use of fossil fuels for energy needs. Therefore, CBSE affiliated schools consistent with the National Policy initiative may also install solar panels on their premises at places like roof top/vacant unused area of campus to, meet their power needs and as power backup.
Indore: Promoting use of renewable energy resources like solar energy in affiliated schools, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) issued a circular, asking them to take measures for maximum utilisation and promotion of solar energy in schools.

The circular signed by deputy secretary Jai Prakash Chaturvedi said “Solar energy is being harvested through solar panels and is now used in most of the government offices and commercial premises as a step towards use of clean energy for protecting the environment. The schools and educational institutions consume a lot of electricity for their daily functioning, which is presently sourced from non-renewable sources that are causing environmental pollution. Most schools are also installing heavy duty generators, which run on diesel and aggravates air pollution in cities.”

It thus noted that “The government, in order to promote use of clean energy, has initiated National Solar Mission to control air pollution and discourage the use of fossil fuels for energy needs. Therefore, CBSE affiliated schools consistent with the National Policy initiative may also install solar panels on their premises at places like roof top/vacant unused area of campus to, meet their power needs and as power backup.

Source: freepressjournal.in
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