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Sikkim Solar Energy Policy

After joining the Ujwal DISCOM (distribution company) Assurance Yojana program, Sikkim became the 22nd state to join the scheme. Under the scheme Sikkim is entitled to get net benefits valued at ~Rs. 2.07 billion ($0.03101 billion) through the UD AY program by cheaper funding, reductions in Aggregate Technical and Commercial (AT&C) and transmission losses, and […]

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Goa Energy Development Agency Invites Public Suggestions on Draft Solar Power Policy

Suggestions on Draft Solar Power Policy will be compiled by GEDA and submitted to the government, which will then consider incorporating them after taking into consideration the financial implications for each. The Goa Energy Development Agency (GEDA) has received around 10 suggestions on the draft solar policy during the 10 days to receive public comments. […]

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State Government of Goa Urges Industries to Adopt Solar Power

The Industrialists in Goa were given a detailed presentation on technical and commercial aspects of the solar power installations and maintenance. In a bid to promote solar power generation in Goa, the state government of Goa has urged industrial estates to adopt solar power technology, which would help bring down costs for industrialists. Speaking at […]

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Maharashtra Solar Energy Policy

Maharashtra Solar Energy Policy Updates 2017 As per the new proposed changes by Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC) in July 2017 the new regulations will be called the Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (Net Metering for Roof-top Solar Photo Voltaic Systems) (First Amendment) Regulations, 2017. Some of the highlights of the proposed changes are as follows: […]

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Kerala Solar Energy Policy

OBJECTIVE Objective of the state solar policy include:- Increase the installed capacity of the solar sector in the State to 500MW by 2017 and 2500 MW by 2030. Contribute to long term energy security of the State of Kerala as well as ecological security by reduction in carbon emission. Adopt a multi-pronged approach in targeting […]

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West Bengal Solar Energy Policy

TARGET As per MNRE there is a target to harness 5336 MW of solar power through grid connected projects and through rooftop in the state. LAND ALLOTMENT Government land, if available, permission for use will be given for 30 years or the project life whichever is less. Land to be allocated and transferred to WBGEDCL, […]

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Jharkhand Solar Energy Policy

Jharkhand Solar Energy Policy Updates 2017 A 50 percent subsidy to residential consumers and a 10 percent subsidy to commercial (industrial) consumers installing rooftop solar will be provided by the Jharkhand State government, the policy was implemented in July 2017. OBJECTIVE The objectives of the Policy are as follows To encourage participation of private sector […]

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Haryana Solar Energy Policy

Haryana Solar Energy Policy Updates 2017 A discussion paper was released by the Haryana Electricity Regulatory Commission (HERC) in July 2017, stating Terms and Conditions for Determination of Tariff from Renewable Energy Sources, Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO) and Renewable Energy Certificate (REC)) Regulations, 2017. The draft mentioned the useful life for solar power projects determined […]

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Chhattisgarh Solar Energy Policy

OBJECTIVE To encourage, develop and promote solar power generation in the State with a view to meet the growing demand for power in an environmentally and economically sustainable manner. To enhance the private sector participation in solar power generation. To create a favorable environment for development of solar manufacturing capabilities within the State. To contribute […]

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