24 june 2018 Current Affairs News
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Gujarat government launches solar power scheme:
The Gujarat government has started the Surya Shakti Kisan Scheme to solve the problem of farmers’ power, for which the government will subsidize a large amount to the farmers. Through the scheme, the government is expected to get 175 MW of power per year. The farmers of this power will utilize their work in their work and also the surviving power can be sold to the government, whose profits will be kept by the farmers only 24 june 2018 Current Affairs News – Golden Era Education
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has started the Surasubakti Kisan Yojana (SKY) at a cost of Rs 870 crore for the permanent solution to the power problem of the farmers, where the farmers can generate electricity by using solar energy and the surplus electricity sold to the government Can also be. This scheme is for those farmers who are the current consumers of power companies;
As the default setting of the air conditioner temperature is 24 degree Celsius:
The Central Energy Ministry is considering to reduce the temperature to 24 degree Celsius as the mandatory default setting of the air conditioner within a few months. This plan has been made after six months of mission with the intention of promoting energy efficiency in the field of air conditioning.
This campaign was started on a voluntary basis, to increase awareness and encourage the adoption of guidelines. This will result in substantial energy savings and greenhouse gas emissions will also be reduced. A degree increase in the temperature of the air conditioner results in 6% power saving. The optimum temperature setting of the air conditioners by the manufacturers will benefit the consumers from both financial and health sectors. As a result, 20 billion units of electricity per year will be saved.