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result in a savings of about 800-1200 units of electricity per 100-odd litre system,” Jaideep Malaviya, Secretary General of the Solar Thermal Federation of India (STFI) told The Hindu. “The question is, why are they ignored.” The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy stopped the subsidy on solar water heaters in September 2014. According to Mr. Malaviya, solar water heaters do not any more need the subsidy as much as they need a regulatory push to make them commonplace in market.

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23 January 2017Submitted by Editor

result in a savings of about 800-1200 units of electricity per 100-odd litre system,” Jaideep Malaviya, Secretary General of the Solar Thermal Federation of India (STFI) told The Hindu. “The question is, why are they ignored.” The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy stopped the subsidy on solar water heaters in September 2014. According to Mr. Malaviya, solar water heaters do not any more need the subsidy as much as they need a regulatory push to make them commonplace in market. ar water heaters are the most efficient use of solar power, even more than solar lighting, since Delhi receives enough electricity to power its lights,” Mr. Malaviya added. “But heating is a different

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