Tuesday 14 August 2012

Author(s): Ankur Paliwal

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    Posted by: Anonymous | one year ago | Reply
  • very interesting - amazingly

    very interesting - amazingly put - enjoyed every bit of it, especially because I have been in this space for a while and have observed Bihar's situation closely

    Posted by: Anonymous | 3 years ago | Reply
  • The power crises (16-31 Aug

    The power crises (16-31 Aug 2012: Out of option)usually confined to summer has become common throughout the year. This reflects that the action plan for the POWER based on the needs of the people, industries, farmers, business and other areas is not matching. This lead for the present DARK DAYS with lower production, loss of earnings, and poor health care. Knowing the advantages and limitations of Thermal, Hydro, Gas / Bio gas, and Nuclear based power generation,certainly the SOLAR is the only powerful and environmentally friendly power source. This article has brought out the initiatives made to over come the power crises. The need of the hour is to encourage for the research in designing the cost and power effective systems and to transfer the same to the people through matching supports / schemes. The services of Civil Societies can be used for effective implementation with better utility in respect of power, cost and health.

    Posted by: Anonymous | 3 years ago | Reply
  • I have heard that Husk Power

    I have heard that Husk Power Systems are also doing a good job in providing off grid power solutions to people in bihar.

    Posted by: Anonymous | 3 years ago | Reply
  • Indeed a commendable story

    Indeed a commendable story and the author needs to be complimented. It is time for the state agencies to set the protocol right for this non-renewable energy source without much witch hunting and burden shifting. If a garment seller sees a business opportunity in hoarding/diversifying (to) solar panels, certainly the protection of consumer interests must prevail upon the concerned officials into actions--'Jago Bandhu Jago' on the lines of 'Jago Grahak Jago'. Sale of substandard material/products in the first instance should not be encouraged at any cost. Surely, there is absence of transparent standards in this particular segment and it becomes gravely serious for public agencies to step in to restore credibility.
    On a different note the state government could also install solar panels on their own buildings and installations with quality equipments to show case more serious concerns about energy security and alternative credible pathways.

    Posted by: Anonymous | 3 years ago | Reply
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