The government announced a 40% subsidy for up to 3 kW system but it was difficult to get funds due to the pandemic. The subsidy is available for residential homeowners who install on-grid solar systems. It is provided by the state discom company after submitting the complete installation documents on their portal.
As per the dela, only the residential sector is eligible for the CFA on Rooftop Solar system at homes or group housing societies and there is no subsidy beyond 10 kW capacity. There are more than 100 vendors empanelled by RRECL for installation of solar projects under the subsidy scheme. If interested, you can get the details of empanelled vendors in your Discom.
What is the entire process?
To apply solar subsidy, you should follow the following steps:
Step 1: Site Survey. Book Engineer Visit from here.
Step 2: System Capacity, Costing & Performance Analysis
Step 3: Buy Solar System & Installation
Step 4: Apply for Net Metering
Step 5: Get Solar Subsidy after 30 days of rooftop solar panel installation