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In a first, wind, solar energy for temples in Tamil Nadu

According to reports, the government would introduce wind and solar hybrid energy system at select four temples in the state to meet the power requirements of the temple and institutions coming under its control.

Wrapping up the debate on the demand for grants for the Hindu Religious and Charitable  Endowment Department on Wednesday, HR & CE minister M. S. M. Anandan said the database would be created for the benefit of officials to ascertain the particulars on lands and other properties of the temples, at one touch and thereby prevent encroachment of temple  lands and ensure their retrieval, apart from collecting lease amounts on time from persons who had leased the land or property.

Mr Anandan announced that for the first time, the government would introduce wind and hybrid solar energy system in select four temples: Sri Ranganatha Swamy temple, Srirangam, Sri  Dhandayuthapani temple at Palani, Sri Bhagawathy Amman temple at Kanyakumari and Sri  Subrahmanya Swamy temple at Tiruchendur on an outlay of Rs 5 crore.

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