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Gujarat initiates pilot projects in 19 technical modules in e-Energy, to announce success stories soon: Narendra Modi
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today called for the use of e-Energy projects for qualitative improvement in power generation, transmission and distribution with the application of Information-Communication Technology (ICT).
Inaugurating the 8th international conference on e-Governance jointly organized by Communication Society of India (CSI) and Gujarat Government at Nirma University, he defined e-governance as easy-effective-economic governance with a view to applying the technology in everyday life for the welfare of the common man. Gujarat has laid an ICT network to redress people’s grievances down to the village level.
The Chief Minister was presented with the e-Ratna Award of CSI at the function.
Explaining the details of e-Energy projects in Gujarat, he said that all the 18,000-odd villages in the state is connected with three-phase electricity supply for 24-hour under Jyotigram Yojna, with separate lines for agricultural and domestic consumption.