Solar Policy

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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Jammu and Kashmir Solar Energy Policy

Jammu and Kashmir Solar Energy Policy Updates 2017 The solar rooftop projects aggregating 450MW will be installed in the state by 2022 has been approved by the state cabinet of Jammu & Kashmir as per the solar rooftop policy 2016 to be followed for a 10-year period implemented in accordance with the provisions of Jammu […]

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Uttar Pradesh Solar Energy Policy

Uttar Pradesh Solar Energy Policy Updates 2017 A target of 10,700 MW for solar power, including 4,300 MW from rooftop solar projects, by FY 2022 has been set by the Government of Uttar Pradesh mentioned in the ‘Draft Solar Power Policy-2017’ for Uttar Pradesh in June 2017. At the time of announcing the policy remains […]

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Tamil Nadu Solar Energy Policy

Tamil Nadu Solar Energy Policy Updates 2017 Tamil Nadu became the 21st state to join the UDAY program in January 2017. Distribution company debt of Rs. 304.2 billion (~$4.48 billion) will be taken over by the state government. The Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission (TNERC) has fixed Rs. 4.50 (~$0.066)/kWh as the new benchmark tariff […]

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Bihar Solar Energy Policy

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA Any Industry, Institution, Private Agency, Partnership Firm, Consortia, Panchayat, Cooperative or Registered Society. INCENTIVES All New and Renewable Energy projects will be entitles for benefits, available as notified from time to time, under the policies of the Central/State government. All New and Renewable Energy projects shall be entitled to avail the facilities available […]

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Karnataka Solar Energy Policy

Karnataka Solar Energy Policy Updates 2017 The solar installation target has been changed from 2,000 MW to 6,000 MW by March 2021 as per the amendments to Karnataka Solar Policy 2014-2021 were announced. The changes were made to reflect the new tariff policy and targets fixed for the state by the MNRE. The current installed […]

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Odisha Solar Energy Policy

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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