Raipur: The villages of Chhattisgarh will now be illuminated with electricity made from cow dung in the coming days. The government has set up biogas plants, scrubbers and gensets in Gauthans to generate electricity from cow dung. The cost of electricity generated from cow dung ranges from 2.5 to 3 rupees per unit. Also, even after use in the biogas plant, cow dung is converted into organic manure. That is, Gothan committees and women’s groups will get double benefit from this.
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The luck of Chhattisgarh is also about to shine. Yes, electricity is being made from cow dung here. Due to which now the villages of Chhattisgarh are going to be illuminated. For this, biogas plants, scrubbers and gensats will be set up in Gauthans. The cost per unit of electricity generation from cow dung will be 2.5 to 3 rupees. Electricity will be generated first from cow dung, then organic manure will also be available from the remaining cow dung. That is, Gauthan committees and women’s groups will get double benefits. Biogas will be made by adding cow dung and water. Biogas plants will be set up in such Gauthans of the state, where there is more cow dung arrival. Gensats will be set up along with the biogas plant. Here electricity will be generated from 50 percent methane gas.
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According to experts, 1000 liters of biogas will be prepared from 25 kg of cow dung and water. 1000 liters of biogas will generate 2 kV electricity. That is, methane gas will be prepared from 250 kg dung-water and 15 LED bulbs will burn for 8 to 10 hours with 10 KV electricity. The market value of renewable energy will be Rs 8 to 10 per unit.
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The effect of Suraji Gaon Yojana is visible in the villages of Chhattisgarh. Scheme for conservation and promotion of livestock is underway. Under which approval has been given for the construction of 10 thousand 112 Gauthans. In Chhattisgarh, 6112 Gauthans are being operated completely. Along with this, cow dung is being purchased for Rs 2 a kg from Godhan Nyay Yojana. So far more than 51 lakh quintals of cow dung has been procured. Organic manure and other products are also being prepared from cow dung. 102 crore has been paid to the villagers and cattle rearers in lieu of cow dung. At the same time, more than 12 lakh quintals of vermi compost has been produced so far. Overall, the picture of Chhattisgarh which is changing from cow dung and cow dung will be illuminated even more after becoming electricity from cow dung.
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