What is the difference between state solar subsidy scheme and national portal solar subsidy?

With the increasing electricity demand comes the problem of insufficient resources to support such usage. This can be especially difficult for low-income families who battle paying high electricity bills every month for basic household needs. To help ease this burden, the government has suggested solar energy as a renewable and more affordable option for electrical power.

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State Solar Subsidy:

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System Capacity (kW) Solar Subsidy (in %)

Up to 3kW 40%

Above 3kW and Up to 10kW 40% up to 3kW

20% thereafter

National Portal Solar Subsidy:

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Solar System Capacity Applicable Subsidy

Up to 3kW ₹14,588 per kW

Above 3kW and up to 10kW ₹14,588 per kW up to 3kW

₹7,294 per kW thereafter

10kW and above ₹94,822 fixed amount irrespective of system size

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Difference between the national subsidy scheme & State scheme

Under State Scheme, the customer pays only the post-subsidy price to the solar company (Total Price — Subsidy amount). The solar company claims the subsidy amount from the government post-installation.

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