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States Move Towards Smart Electricity Meters, How WiStates are now making a move towards smart electricity meters. After Minister of Power and New & Renewable Energy, R K Singh said that all the traditional meters will be replaced by smart prepaid meters in the next three years, the Manohar Lal Khattar-led Haryana government approved the installation of 10 lakh such meters in five districts of the state. So what are smart meters and how will they be beneficial for you. Read here.
SDMC Becomes First Civic Body To Tap Solar EnergyThe South Delhi Municipal Corporation has become the first civic body in India to generate solar power energy and earn Rs 9.69 lakh in just three months by exporting surplus power to a power distribution company. Acoording to the data presented by the SDMC, around 3.14 lakh units have been generated by the solar panels while 1.14 lakh units were internally consumed, rest of it has been fed back to the grid.
Would Gurgaon Make It To The Smart City List With ImEarly this year, the Centre launched the Liveability Index, which is meant to rank 116 cities on the basis of the living standards they provide to their citizens. How these cities perform on this index would be known only in June. Among the cities that have made it to the list is Gurgaon, where authorities are busy making plans to ensure the city gets a good ranking.
Delhi Metro Lost 26 Mn Riders In 2017; DMRC To Use SIn order to record the actual ridership on individual lines in the Metro network, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) is launching a new software that will help the authority understand how the system is being used. At present, the passenger traffic is calculated based on the entry and exit made by a passenger at the Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) gate.
Haryana Approves Rs 600-Cr Budget For Phase-II Of AMThe Haryana government has approved a budget of Rs 600 crore for enhancing the civic facilities under the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) scheme. Around nine projects in seven towns have been selected for the second phase of the scheme. The scheme was launched in 2015 for improving basic urban infrastructure to households entailing water supply, sewerage networks, storm water drains, urban transport, and open and green spaces, across 500 Indian cities.