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Karnataka Solar Energy Policy

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OBJECTIVE To add solar generation of minimum 2000MW by 2021 in a phased manner by creating a favorable industrial atmosphere. To translate Karnataka into an investor friendly state. To encourage public private participation in this sector. To promote solar rooftop generation and technologies. To encourage decentralized generation of & distribution of energy where access to […]

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Odisha Solar Energy Policy

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OBJECTIVE Objectives of Odisha Solar energy policy 2013 includes:- Productive use of wastelands, thereby utilizing the non-industrialized areas that receive abundant sunshine for creation of Solar power hubs. Creating favorable conditions to Solar manufacturing capabilities by providing fiscal incentives. APPLICABILITY LAND BASED SOLAR PROJECTS Various industries, CPPs, IPPs have been allotted with huge chunks of […]

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Himachal Pradesh Solar Energy Policy

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OBJECTIVE Promote generation of electricity from solar energy for energy security for sustainable development, which is the core Development Policy of the State. Contribute to the National objective of increasing the share of Renewable Energy in total energy consumption, in accord-ance with climate, environment and macro-economic considerations. Strengthen and sustain the Policy of 100% clean […]

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Goa Solar Energy Policy

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OBJECTIVE To help India produce Green Power & get involved in Climate Control. To empower the electricity consumer to participate in the development of the Power Sector and to become a producer of electricity while remaining as a Consumer also i.e. be proactively involved in the development of the Power Sector and be a “Prosumer” […]

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Rajasthan Solar Energy Policy

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OBJECTIVE Developing a global hub of solar power of 25,000MW capacity to meet energy requ-irements of Rajasthan and India. Contributing to long terms energy security of Rajasthan as well as ecological security by reduction in Carbon emissions. Providing a long term sustainable solution for meeting energy needs and considerably reducing dependence on depleting fossil fuel […]

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Utility Scale O&M Practices

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India has been moving ahead aggressively with an ambitious programme to reach an installed capacity of 100GW solar power by 2022. Many states are setting up Multi-megawatt solar power installations to herald the arrival of the renewable energy generation. Solar Power Plants are built to last 25 years or more. However, after the Engineering Procurement […]

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SOVA SOLAR Gripping the mainstream of Indian Solar Industry

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“ To take our manufacturing excellence to the next level we have completely automated our manufacturing facility in January. This will help us to provide world-class PV modules within a reduced timeline and higher efficiency. We aim to achieve 1 GW manufacturing capacity by 2018. The company has also announced new international EPC venture in […]

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VIZ-A-VIZ with HARTEK SINGH, Chairman & Managing Director | Hartek Group

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Q. FM Arun Jaitely in presenting Budget for 2017 announced decrease in customs duty on solar energy panels. What type of impact do you see in the solar industry, will this year witness strong development of solar projects in the country? Does the budget looks sunny for the EPC players? The basic customs duty on […]

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VIZ-A-VIZ with Shyam M. Gupta, Project Manager – Saurya EnerTech

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“Outsourcing of manpower and other sources might prove costly in case of O&M so it may be good option to take local help for this work. In some cases, if the O&M cost is going high by influences of local unions/demand wages. These all issues may be sorted out in local Gram Panchayats/Local courts by […]

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