Solar rooftop installations at medical colleges and their associated facilities will generate 26.5 lakh units of electricity, which will not only save money on power bills but will also be environmentally friendly because it is classified as 'green energy.'
Solar power plants will be installed on the rooftops of medical colleges in Udaipur, Jaipur, Kota, Ajmer, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Bhilwara, Jhalawar, Dungarpur, Churu, Sikar, Pali, Chittorgarh, and Shriganganagar, as well as 55 hospitals attached to them.
While the state government struggles with a coal shortage, the medical education department's decision to install solar rooftop plants will help them reduce their reliance on conventional energy.
According to the official, medical colleges and affiliated hospitals will have to pay Rs. 4.05 per unit of electricity generated by solar plants, which is nearly half of what they have been paying.
According to the official, the medical colleges and their affiliated hospitals will most likely begin receiving power from solar plants within three to six months.