Water-based flour mills are part of the Ladakhi culture. However, in recent years, the frequency of flood-related events has increased drastically due to change in climate and most of the traditional flour mills were washed away in such events. Even if restored, there are still unanswered questions about the sustainability of the water-based flour mills. The new technology has been conceptualized to support the traditional flour mill, by changing the driving source of the mill from water to solar and also acting as a power source. The solar PV based flour mills solve many problems, including risks related to flood and access to electricity in remote areas. Additionally, the unique flywheel technology in the system apart from being powered by solar energy will also be able to store energy when the mill is not in use for grinding purposes. The excess power generated by the Solar Flywheel Flour Mills can be utilized to electrify nearby community centres – which is a boon during the long winters in Leh Ladakh.