The system can be installed at net of subsidy by following ways:
Through State Nodal Agency- Contact solar water heater price in Chennai respective state nodal agency in your state ( list solar water heater price in Chennaiwith phone no. given on MNRE website) who will visit the site, provide information on cost, size & other details of system required and get it installed at net of government
subsidy through some manufacturers.
Through Accredited Channel solar water heater price in Chennai Partners of MNRE (List availableat MNRE website)-Contact any of them and get the solar water heater price in Chennai system directly installed from him at net of subsidy.
Through State Nodal Agency- In same fashion as solar water heater price in Chennai above by inviting tenders and placing order to selected manufacturer
Through DGS&D rates- Details available on DGS&D website
Through Accredited Channel Partners- In same fashion as Above A 100 litre per day capacity system suitable for 3-4 people can save upto1500 units of electricity in a year, depending on hot water solar water heater price in Chennai used. It can also save around 140 litres of diesel in an establishment using oil fired boiler besides reducing green house gas solar water heater price in Chennai emissions in the atmosphere.
Higher capacity systems will save higher solar water heater price in Chennai amount of electricity/fuel oil besides reducing higher amount of GHG emissions.
Electricity is expensive and is not available solar water heater price in Chennai due to power cuts in many areas when required for heating water. Solar Water Heater, since it stores hot water in solar water heater price in Chennai an insulated tank, provides water all the time when required.
Fuel oil is also expensive and creates solar water heater price in Chennai pollution. Storing the fuel oil for long term use in commercial establishments is another problem.
The table below gives approximate likely solar water heater price in Chennai electricity and money savings for a typical 100 liters per day system located in different parts of the country.