9th Mar 2017 10:03:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ITANAGAR, Mar 9:  With an objective to bestow practical information on renewable energy to more than 50 trainees, team led by Deputy Director APEDA, Er. Marbom Bam, Research Scientist, National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE)  Prakash Jha, Consultant NISE,  Shewali Borthakur today visited the Raj Bhawan  and  examined  biomass plant, solar water heater, and solar PV power plant as a part of  its three day training program  on  renewable energy.

During the field visit, the team briefed the trainees on functioning and technology aspect of biomass plant and solar water heater  . Jha, also elucidated the trainees on placement of parallel and series solar PV off Grid system module for requisite current and voltages through solar power plant.

 Meanwhile, attending the valedictory function, Director APEDA, Marki Loya appreciated the team from NISE for organizing  training programme  to create awareness on renewable energy and also appealed to organize more programmes in days to come in other parts of the state.  He further urged the trainees to make proper use of the knowledge and create the same awareness in their respective villages and districts.

While encouraging youths to opt for entrepreneurship, Loya also expressed his concern for not being able to organize ‘Suryamitra’ training programme sponsored by Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) in the state itself. ‘We are working on the project to establish well equipped lab so that the interested unemployed youths can get training on solar energy in the state itself, instead of going outside,’ he said.



Kenter Joya Riba

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