Decentralized Distribution Generation (DDG)
Under DDG (Decentralized Distributed Generation) scheme in the state of Uttar Pradesh Electrification of 25 villages of 05 districts is being done through Solar energy in decentralized mode. The electrification of these 25 villages is being done through 32 projects of solar power plants of total capacity 577 kW. Under the program 6010 households of 25 villages will be provided Grid quality power through Power Distribution Network (PDN) which will save 577 kW of peak load electricity. Above work is being done by installing solar power plant and grid in which electricity is produced without creating pollution. Through installing this project the carbon emission can be reduced by 700 tonne per year.
The DDG project are financed by Rural Electrification Corporation, Ministry of Power, Govt. of India in which 90% of project cost has been provided as capital subsidy and balance 10% cost as loan to U.P State government.