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Friday, 18 September 2020

The Gujarat government has provided Rs. 12 thousand, financial help of Rs. 48000 for e-rickshaw

Efforts to curb air pollution: The state government has provided Rs. 12 thousand, financial help of Rs. 48000 for e-rickshaw

  • Gujarat Government announces Rs.12,000 assistance to students to buy battery-operated two-wheelers and Rs.48,000 (financial help) subsidy to buy e-rickshaw
  • Chief Minister Vijay Rupani releases compendium on Building a climate resilience Gujarat: a decade of climate action and road-map for future
  • 10 MoUs inked on 10th anniversary of State Climate Change Department set up by Gujarats then Chief Minister Narendra Modi 10 years ago
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The state government today announced financial help with one more important scheme.

Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has announced an aid scheme to encourage the use of battery-powered two-wheelers and three-wheelers in the cities and towns of the state to curb air pollution from vehicles. Under this assistance scheme, the government will provide assistance of Rs 12,000 to students studying from Std-9 to college in the state to purchase a battery-powered two-wheeler. The target is to provide a financial help subsidy to 10,000 vehicles. Not only this, but the state government will also provide assistance to Rs. 48,000 for the purchase of battery operated e-rickshaw three-wheeler for individual and institutional beneficiaries and five thousand e-rickshaws will be given the benefit.

A scheme of Rs. 50 lakhs will be implemented to set up vehicle charging facilities

The Chief Minister gave this eco-friendly gift to the citizens of the state as a Panchsheel gift of five development schemes in the state to celebrate the 70th birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the same time, a plan of Rs 50 lakh has been implemented to set up infrastructure facilities for charging battery-powered vehicles. Today, 11 years ago, when Narendra Modi was the Chief Minister of Gujarat, he set up the Climate Change Department. A series of events were held to celebrate the founding day of the department.

Gujarat is a leader in the solar system in the country

Addressing the function held through video-conferencing, the Chief Minister said that Gujarat is moving ahead with green energy and clean energy. Today, when the effects of climate change have become a challenge to the whole world, years ago, the then Chief Minister Narendra Modi created the first time climate change department in the country keeping in view the challenges that would arise in the future. Gujarat is a leader in the solar system in the country. Read also: 18 september thi ATM mathi paisa upadava na niyam ma ferfar

Gujarat is the state which gets maximum sunshine for twelve months. Our goal is to generate electricity from sunlight and provide cheap electricity to the citizens, as well as generate electricity on the rooftops of their homes and sell the extra electricity to generate revenue. That is why the solar rooftop project has become the hallmark of Gujarat.

Target to install a solar system on 2 lakh residential houses this year

The Chief Minister further said that Gujarat ranks first in the country in installing a solar system on residential houses. In the last three years, a total of 510 MW solar system has been installed in more than 1 lakh 38 thousand households with government financial help assistance. Even in the current year, Rs. With the provision of Rs 912 crore, the solar system is to be installed on 2 lakh residential houses. Read also: Home loan na vyaj dar ma jordaar ghatado jano atyar na rate

Approximately 2 million tons of carbon dioxide gas stop mixing in the atmosphere

He further said that Gujarat is also a leader in renewable energy. The total installed capacity of electricity in the state is 35,500 MW. The contribution of renewable energy to the total installed capacity of Gujarat is 30 percent, which is more than the national average of 23 percent. Effective implementation of unconventional energy stops approximately 2 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere during the year and saves 10 million tons of coal for power generation. The purity of the atmosphere is also maintained.

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani here today announced through videoconferencing an assistance scheme to encourage the use of battery-operated two-wheelers and three-wheelers in the state to check air pollution.

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Gujarat Government will provide a financial help subsidy of Rs.12,000 to school students studying in Standard-9 to colleges, with a target of 10,000 such vehicles. Similarly, a subsidy (financial help) of Rs.48,000 will be given for three-wheeler e-rickshaw for individual and institutional beneficiaries, with a target of 5,000.

Announcing the scheme as part of five development projects, ‘Panchsheel’ Gift, to celebrate Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday today, Mr. Rupani also announced the Rs.50 lakh scheme for charging e-vehicles for creating necessary infrastructure. It was on this day, 11 years ago the then Gujarat’s Chief Minister Narendra Modi had set up the country’s first a separate Climate Change Department, long before the climate change appeared as a challenge before the world. Read also: Tame kya jaav cho? su karo cho? tamari tamam location detail vechay che jano 

He said that Gujarat is marching ahead with green energy as clean energy. Blessed with round-the-year sunshine, the state has established a unique lead in solar energy, being Number One in the country in rooftop energy, generating low-cost electricity helping households sell the surplus power to the grid. The state has created 510-megawatt capacity1.38-lakh housing units through (financial help) subsidy during the last three years. The current year’s allocation is Rs.912-crore for 2-lakh housing units.

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Mr. Rupani said Gujarat leads in renewable sources of energy too, its share being 30 percent in the state’s total 35,000 megawatts established capacity. This feat has helped the state save one crore tonne of coal and check 2-lakh tonne carbon-dioxide emission into the air.

The Chief Minister released a compendium prepared by the State Climate Change Department and dedicated to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, titled ‘Building a Climate Resilience Gujarat – A Decade of Climate Action and Road-map For The Future’  on the occasion. Read also: aanganwadi ma bharti ni mahiti

As many as 10 virtual MoUs were signed with 10 institutions today in presence of the Chief Minister to celebrate 10 years movement by the Climate Change Department with Bhaskaracharya Institute of Space Application and Geo-Informatics to reduce the effects of climate change and increase the use of recycled energy in presence of the department’s Principal Secretary S. J. Haider.

Other MoUs were signed with Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad for climate change risk management of mitigation climate finance and climate policy; one MoU with Indian Institute of Technology-Gandhinagar for capacity building of climate change and environment, research and scientific knowledge; one MoU with Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation and Gujarat Gas for increasing the use of clean fuel; and one MoU with Chief Town Planner for preparing building code to save energy. Read also: Jano atyar ni tamam sarkari sahay, government yojna ni puri mahiti

One MoU was signed between the Gujarat Council of Science & Technology and the Community Science Center for creating public awareness about climate change. One MoU was signed between Gujarat Livelihood Promotion Company and Sakhi Mandalis for solid waste disposal management and start projects to create a livelihood in the field. One MoU was signed with Anand Agriculture University to generate bio-gas from gobar gas and to invent technology to generate renewable energy from farm produce wastes; one MoU with Gujarat State Biotechnology Mission for research for use of biotechnology in arresting

climate change; and one MoU with Knowledge Consortium under the Education Department for incorporating more knowledge in the syllabus of higher studies.

 

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