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My Self Sarvesh Kumar, 38 years of age living in Delhi, Belongs to a small village named Ashrafpur Barikpurva, Post-Mankapur, Distt-Gonda, Uttar Pradesh. I have never taken my son (8 years) to my village; one main reason behind this is non availability of power supply, as we live in Delhi we are getting electricity almost 24hrs a day which is essential for every human beings such as roads, clean water, clothes, food, etc. But in our village continues power supply is big concern. They are getting electricity only 5-6 hours in a day.

A study in Uttar Pradesh, which looked at more than a thousand homes that had received basic access to clean electricity for the first time, found that spending on expensive kerosene for lighting had fallen, a benefit to families.

But access to a couple hours a day of electricity was not enough to boost savings, help launch new businesses, increase time spent working or studying, or otherwise significantly improve people’s lives, researchers found.

Adarkanta Jena, 53, an engineer with the government of Odisha state, agreed that at least eight hours of uninterrupted power a day are needed to run popular small businesses such as welding shops producing grills for windows, flour mills and machines for hulling or threshing rice.

And “in 24 hours, 12 hours is the minimum power supply that will enable children to study extra hours, provide women a lighted space to cook and the family not to eat dinner in the dark. Having electricity from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., at least, could bring social and economic change,” he predicted.

By providing Solar powered home lighting system we can help them getting free electricity by which they can use electricity for study, Mobile charging, cooking, in their shops / business and other daily activity needs, etc.

By the help of this we can support the governments in power supply management and making every house hold a power generator for his personal use.

There are on grid and off grid solar solutions also available in India but it is too expensive as per rural area per person income.

Initially we are planning to distribute 30 Solar Home Lighting System (HLS) in the village. Each Sola HLS will cost us approx Rs. 2500/- each, so for 30 Solar HLS we need (Rs. 2500 X 30 No. of Solar HLS) Rs. 75,000/-

If we achieve this target by the end of November 2019, then we will distribute all 30 Solar HLS in the month of December 2019 only. And if we successfully complete this target then we will work on bigger picture to continue this effort for the help of rural people, government and environment in future.

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Goal: Rs.75,000

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