Solar Policy

Delhi Solar Policy

Delhi Solar Policy Updates 2017 Delhi Solar Policy 2016 released by the Delhi state government applicable for the period, 2016-2020. Promotion for investment climate enabling multiple financial models is the primary focus of the policy. With the major focus on self-owned Capital Expenditure (CAPEX) to third-party owned Renewable Energy Service Company (RESCO) models applied to […]

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KERC issues an order revising tariff payable for solar rooftop and small photovoltaic power plants

Karnataka Electricity Regulatory Commission (KERC) has issued an Order revising the tariff payable for Solar Rooftop and small photovoltaic power generation. The revised tariff is applicable for PPA signed on or after 2ndMay 2016 and upto 31st March, 2018 with plants being commissioned during this period. The Commission introduced gross metering for Domestic, Hospital and […]

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People in Himachal Pradesh can now access solar energy at 70% subsidy

People in Himachal Pradesh can now access solar energy at 70 per cent subsidy. As per the guidelines of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) people opting for grid connected rooftop solar panels/power plant will be given 70 per cent subsidy. The surplus power produced by rooftop solar panels/power plant can be sold […]

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Haryana’s revised solar power policy for 2016-2022

Haryana Government has announced new solar power policy for the year 2016-2022 in march this year,  having launched its original solar policy couple of years back. The latest policy brings target of adding 3.2GW of solar power by the end of 2022. Haryana Govt. has also increased renewable purchase obligation (RPO) requirements from 3% to […]

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TNERC announces new solar power tariff

The Tamil Nadu Electricity Regulatory Commission (TNERC) has passed comprehensive tariff order on Solar Power which comes into force from 1st April this year. The tariff works out to Rs.5.10 per unit for Solar PV projects and Rs.11.12 per unit for Solar Thermal projects without AD benefit. The AD benefit component of the tariff is […]

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Beyond Odd-even, Delhi apt Solar to threshold Pollution

Delhi Government is on a hurl to mitigate pollution; going beyond its odd-even formula the government has now proposed a ‘green fund’ to keep the air clean through solar plant installations. The Delhi government had recently organised a discussion with the city’s RWAs to formulate effective policies to conserve electricity. Power Minister Satyendar Jain had […]

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Haryana brings perky policy for Solar Sector emphasizes on Rooftop Solar

The Haryana Government aims to generate 4,000-megawatt clean power using solar energy by 2022. To achieve the promising plan the government has braced a Solar Power Policy 2016 during the concluding day of the two-day ‘Happening Haryana Global Investors Summit’ in Gurgaon. The new policy aims to promote generation of green and clean power through […]

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Govt to soon bring policy for Large-Scale Manufacturers

Government is working on a policy to boost large-scale solar equipment production facilities that will be soon be sent for the Cabinet’s approval, New & Renewable Energy Minister Piyush Goyal said. “We are working on a policy to promote large-scale domestic manufacturing of solar equipment for making it more competitive,” Goyal said while addressing at SURYA KRANTI […]

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