News2News.in News, Narnaul: There is good news for the farmers who want to get subsidies for setting up cow manure gas plants. Going forward, it will no longer be necessary to visit the Department of Agriculture offices to obtain subsidies for cow manure gas plants. You can now apply online for the construction of cow dung gas plants. With this information, District Agricultural Engineering Wing Responsible District Chief, Assistant Agricultural Engineer Engineer DS Yadav, informed that the Haryana Agricultural Directorate Engineering Wing is in line with the guidance of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy of the Government of India, under the new program National BioEnergy Program. Instructions have been issued regarding the granting of subsidies to cow manure gas plants.
The online application must be made via the portal
Engineer DS Yadav said that currently, a farmer who wants to set up cow dung gas plants at his home has to go to the relevant agricultural development officer, block agriculture officer, subdivision agricultural officer’s office and tell him that he wants to set up cow dung gas plants at his home. Wants to get it done Under the new scheme of the National Bioenergy Scheme, the applicant is required to register online on the Biogas Portal of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy of the Government of India.
You can also register in the messaging app
Engineer DS Yadav said that under the new National Bio Energy Program, applicants can also register on the Government of India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy’s Sandesh app to set up cow dung gas plants. To do this, they can download it by going to the Play Store on their Android phone. They will receive a one-time password after entering their desired details such as name, village, district name, etc.
The grant amount was also increased
Engineer DS Yadav said the grant amount under the new program has also been increased. Including Rs 9800 for setting up cow dung gas plants up to 1 cubic meter capacity, Rs 14350 for 2.4 cubic meters, Rs 22750 for 6 cubic meters, Rs 23000 for 8.10 cubic meters, Rs 23000 for 15 cubic meters for general category Farmer One Subsidy of Rs 37950 and Rs 52850 is granted for up to 20.25 cubic meters. Rs 17,000 for setting up cow manure gas plants up to 1 cubic meter capacity for projected box builders, Rs. 22,000 for up to 2.4 cubic meters, Rs. 29,250 for 6 cubic meters, Rs. 34,500 for up to 8.10 cubic meters, Rs. 63,250 for 15 cubic meters and a subsidy of Rs 70,400 will be given for up to 20.25 cubic meters. Earlier, in setting up cow dung gas plants with capacity of 1 to 6 cubic meters, the Department of Agriculture gave a grant of Rs 12,000 to farmers belonging to general and fixed castes.
Additional subsidy is given for the installation of the toilet
Engineer Yadav said if the farmer wants to install toilets with cow dung gas installations, an additional grant of Rs 1,600 will be given under the new scheme. Previously, if the farmer installed toilets along with cow dung gas equipment, an additional grant of Rs 1,200 was given.
Geo-tagging and unique ID are mandatory
Engineer Yadav said that according to the latest guidance from the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, geo-tagging and unique ID for cow dung gas installations have been made mandatory to curb fake cases. Each Gobar gas facility must be provided with a Geo Positioning System (GPS) with latitude and longitude coordinates. Each installed cow manure gas system must be marked with the unique ID, the date the cow manure gas system was commissioned, the name of the beneficiary, the name of the village, block and district. He said cow manure gas plants are very useful for farmers. This not only gives the farmers gas for cooking, but also the best fertilizer for the crops.