Maharashtra’s first Solar Power operated Mini-Water Supply Plant commissioned

Jan 25, 2016 14:02 IST

Maharashtra’s first Solar Power operated Mini-Water Supply Plant was commissioned on 24 January 2016 in Hingna village of Mouda Taluka in Nagpur district.  

The Solar Pump Unit has been installed on experimental basis by Rite Water Solutions under the supervision of the Zilla Parishad authorities.

The plant will facilitate villagers to get pure water supply for a very low cost, which can easily be borne by the Gram Panchayat.

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The system runs completely on solar power for which 1800 Watt panels have been installed.

It delivers 10000 Litres of purified water every day and the nitrate content from water is completely removed so as to prevent the ill effects on the health of villagers.

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