Solar Policy

Bihar Sets Generic Tariff For Solar Projects at Rs 4.17/kWh For FY 2019-20

The Bihar Electricity Regulatory Commission (BERC) has set then generic tariff for procurement of solar power in the state at Rs 4.17 per kWh. In a period when faster adoption of solar and renewable energy sources is driving state commissions to set new and more feasible generic tariff rates for the new fiscal years, BERC, […]

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Himachal Pradesh Issues Order For Rooftop Solar Systems Based on Net Metering

The Himachal Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (HPERC) has issued an order for rooftop solar grid-interactive systems based on net metering. The order will be applicable to such domestic consumers to whom a Letter of Approval (LoA) for installing rooftop solar PV system based on net metering is issued after November 15, 2018, as per the 2015 regulations […]

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Tamil Nadu Issues New Guidelines For Net Metering of Rooftop Solar Consumers

The Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission (TNERC) in its latest order has issued new guidelines for net metering of rooftop solar plants in the state as a part of its state solar policy. The state passed its solar policy the ‘Tamil Nadu Solar Policy 2019’ earlier in February this year. The Policy was launched with […]

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Government of Goa Reveals Amended Solar Energy Policy

The policy, which was notified last week, came into force with immediate effect.  The Goa government has notified the Solar Energy Policy to promote unconventional electricity generation in the coastal state.  The policy, which was notified last week, came into force with immediate effect.  As per the policy, the consumer and the producer of solar […]

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Tamil Nadu Sets Target for 9 GW with New Solar Policy

Tamil Nadu will need to add 1,700 MW of solar capacity per annum for the next 4 years to attain the new target. Tamil Nadu has issued its latest state solar policy the “Vision Tamil Nadu 2023”,  a revision from its 2012 policy which had a target of 3 GW of installed capacity by 2015. The […]

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Andhra Pradesh Launches New Solar Policy

The policy aims to target a minimum total solar power capacity addition of 5,000 MW in the next five years in the state of Andhra Pradesh. With an objective of providing a framework for promotion of large grid connected solar PV systems in the state of Andhra Pradesh, the state government has released ‘Andhra Pradesh […]

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Andhra Pradesh Launch New Wind Energy Policy

The policy shall come into operation with effect from the date of issuance and shall remain applicable for a period of five years. In order to promote Wind power projects in the state of Andhra Pradesh, the state government has recently released the Andhra Pradesh Wind Power Policy – 2018. To meet the twin objectives […]

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Solar Developers to Get a One-Time GST Compensation of Rs 2000 crore

An order by Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) in October had approved the claims of solar power developers. In a relief to the solar developers, state power distribution companies will have to pay nearly Rs 2000 crore as a one-time compensation towards the impact of Goods and Service Tax (GST) on developers according to Icra. […]

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Punjab Policy on Net Metering for Grid Interactive Roof-Top Solar PV Power Plants

Scope and Application:- (1) This Policy shall apply to the distribution licensee and consumers of distribution licensee of the State of Punjab. (2) The eligible consumer may install the rooftop solar system under net metering arrangement which; (a) shall be within the permissible rated capacity as defined under this Policy. (b) shall be located in […]

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