Concentrating solar systems have been found to be quite suitable for cooking food for hundreds
and thousands of people in community kitchens especially at religious places and institutional/industrial
canteens. For promotion of these systems, support upto 30% of the cost of solar field subject to certain
benchmarks is available under off-grid scheme of JNNSM . Higher support of 60% is available in
special category states. The systems are being installed through State Nodal Agencies/ accredited
private channel partners as per technical specifications laid down by MNRE.
It is concentrating type parabolic dish solar cooker with aperture disameter of 1.4 meter
and focal length 0.28 meter. The reflecting material used for fabrication of this cooker is anodized
aluminum sheet which has a reflectivity of over 75%.
The tracking of the cooker is manual and thus has to be adjusted in 15-20 minutes during
cooking time. It has a delivering power of about 0.6 KW which can boil 2 t0 3 liters of water in half an
hour. The temperature achieved at the bottom of the vessel could be around 350 to 400 c which is
sufficient for roasting, frying and boiling. The cooker having a thermal efficiency of around 40% can
meet the needs of 10 to 15 people and can be used from on to 15 people and can be used from one hour
after sunrise to one hour before sunset on clear days.
Dish solar cooker is being fabricated and promoted in the country by a few
manufacturers/suppliers. The cooker can be easily dismantled and assembled by anybody and thus may
be nicely packed and transported anywhere in the country. The cooker is user friendly as the place of
vessel to be kept for cooking is at a level which is convenient for the people to use. The cooker could be
useful for individuals in rural as well as urban areas and also for small establishments like dhabas, tea
shops, etc. on road sides.
The cost of the cooker is Rs 8800/- and the Central subsidy is Rs. 5,280/-, it can save up to 10
LPG cylinders/year on full use at small establishments.
Dehradun city is participating in Government of India's "Development of Solar Cities" program. The program enables all the cities to prepare a roadmap for five years to integrate renewable energy and energy efficiency measures in the city level activities. The central government also funds all the participating cities to do the awareness programs in the city. The draft master plan for Dehradun city is prepared.Read More Read Less
A stretch of around 2kms on Chakrata road has been covered with LED street lighting. Total numbers of 160 LED lamps of 70 W with decorative polls have been installed. The project cost is Rs.86.45 Lakh. Installation has been combined with five years of maintenance. The project has been partly funded by Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Govt. of India.Read More Read Less
This program has been sponsored by MNRE, Government of India. Besides
domestic use of solar cookers at present it is being used in restaurants,
canteens and hostels for preparing of meal.
At present the solar cooker program is extensively being used in primary
and junior high school in Dehradun for preparing of mid day
meal. By using solar cooker we are trying to save extensive use of coal, wood,
kerosene oil, LPG & reducing the emission of Co2 which dose not only pollute
the environment leading to global warming but also adversely affect the health
of the people. Solar cooker is eco-friendly in all the way.
The government of Uttrakhand has sent notification to the renewable energy nodal agency to take the following measures to incorporate renewable energy and energy efficiency measures:
1.Make renewable energy and energy efficiency a necessary component of all the departments.
2.Installation of solar water heaters in residential and non residential buildings and also the grid interactive solar photo voltaic power plants.
3. Planning to install solar water heaters in under construction buildings
4. All the local governments should ensure the installation of solar water heaters in different types of buildings before giving no objection certificate.
5. The department of power should ensure all the measures for energy efficiency and energy conservation in the industrial units.
6. Use of standard motors in the water supply stations with capacitors to save energy.
7. Energy metering for all the agriculture pumps and other pumps.
8. Replacement of old appliances with the energy efficient appliances in a phased manner in all the government offices.
9.Use of CFL lights for street lighting.
10. All the industrial units should also use solar street lights.
Govt. of Uttarakhand has provided solar street lights for 670 no. Nyay
Panchayat Head Quarter villages on 100 percent subsidized cost under
the JNNSM program. UREDA has been installed 9678 nos. street lights
out of total sanctioned 13003 nos. of solar street lighting systems and
balance of 6123 no. solar street lighting systems are being installed at
different villages/places of Uttarakhand.
Uttarakhand Renewable Energy Development Agency (UREDA) with the financial support of Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Govt. of India, has established State Level and District level Energy Parks as per Non-conventional Energy Policy of Govt. of India for proper harnessing and publicity of Non-conventional Energy Sources. For the demonstration of renewable energy and its applications, use in daily life and impact on future, and to generate awareness the State Level Energy Park has been established at Patel Nagar, Industrial Area, Dehradun covering 2.3 Acres of land. The park has been established within a period of one year only.Read More Read Less
M/s Involute Engineering Pvt Ltd has installed 25 KW peak solar roof top system with battery bank to meet the demand of electrical energy during load shedding hours. The installation is expected to generate approximately 37500 kWh of green electricity per annum. Also, this would help in reducing the eCO2 emissions by approximately 30.50 tons per annum.Read More Read Less
A 50 KW peak off grid solar rooftop power plant is installed in the building of vikas bhawan, Dehradun. The power plant is estimated to generate approximately 60000 kWh of green energy annually. This will also help in avoiding the eCO2 emissions to the tune of approximately 60 tons per annum which would otherwise have generated because of conventional energy consumption.Read More Read Less
Biogas based power units can be a reliable decentralized power generation option in the
country. In order to promote this route of power generation, specifically in the small capacity
range (3 kW to 250 kW), based on the availability of large quantity of animal
wastes and wastes from forestry,
rural based industries (agro/food processing), kitchen wastes, etc; a number of projects of
different capacities and applications will be taken up for refining the technical knowhow,
developing manpower and necessary infrastructure, establishing a proper arrangement of
operation & maintenance and large scale dissemination.
The projects to be taken up by any village level organization, institution, private entrepreneurs etc. in
rural areas as well as areas covered under the Remote Village Electrification (RVE) programme of
MNRE other than the industries and commercialestablishments covered under Urban, Industrial &
Commercial Applications (UICA) programmes for sale of electricity to individual/community
on mutually agreeable terms. The implementing organizations must ensure that sufficient feed
stock/ materials for proposed biogas plants size are available on sustainable basis and the
beneficiary organization gives an undertaking that the plant would be maintained and operated for a
minimum period of ten years
The university of Petroleum and Energy Studies is a big educations institute providing education to thousands of children in the areas of technology, management and law. A 100 kWp system was installed at the premises of the campus to fulfill the energy need of the campus in the year 2011. The project was successfully completed in the year 2012 and is able to reduce the conventional electricity bills to the tune of 150000 kWh per annum.Read More Read Less
Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Govt. of India sanctioned Renewable Energy Project for Rajbhawan, Dehradun/Nainital under Special Area Demonstration Programme (SADP) Scheme. The total sanctioned cost of the project is Rs. 74.82 Lakhs which will be provided by MNRE as Central Financial Assistance.Read More Read Less
An awareness rally has been organized by selected organization with the support of Nagar Nigam officers and PIU officers on dated 1 October 2011 in the leadership of Honorable Mayor and Mukhya Nagar Adhikari Nagar Nigam Dehradun under IEC activities of MSWM project. Awareness Rally was started from Nagar Nigam Dehradun and passed through Tahsil Chouk, CNI Chowk and finished at Clock tower, Dehradun. The objective to organize the rally was aware and introduce the community about segregation, collection reuse and recycle of Solid Waste under MSWM Project. Approximately 400 participants as Honorable ward members, Nagar Nigam Officers, PIU officers, sanitation supervisors, ward community and NGOs chairpersons participated in the program. Other different tools of IEC activities also adopted to disseminate the information regarding MSWM as Nukkad Natak which was organized by HIFEED organization and Puppet Show was organized by UJJWAL Gram Vikas Samiti Dehradun. At the ending spot Honorable Mayor and Mukhya Nagar Adhikari requested the citizens of Dehradun to make it GREEN DOON CLEAN DOON by proper management of solid waste. The Rally was successful towards spreading the message to the extent.Read More Read Less
The Dehradun Municipal Corporation has reported 1 Community emission inventory, since 2008. In its latest inventory, compiled in 2008, the Stationary energy and Transport are identified as key emission sources.
The Dehradun Municipal Corporation has reported 1 government operational inventory, since 2008. In its latest inventory, compiled in 2008, the Transport is identified as key emission source.
Mayor Sunil Uniyal GamaDehradun Municipal Corporation, India