Gujarat Solar Policy

NSEFI Suggests Amendments in Gujarat Solar Policy to Boost Investments

NSEFI has welcomed the Gujarat Solar Policy 2021 and submitted suggestions which it believes will further boost investment in the sector National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) has welcomed the Government of Gujarat Solar Power Policy 2021, where the Capacity Restriction of 50 percent of Contracted Demand has been withdrawn. However to promote the […]

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Gujarat Solar Policy 2021. Key Points

Gujarat, with an installed capacity of close to 11,000 Mw of renewable energy has just unveiled its new solar policy, that seeks to take the state’s total renewable energy to 30,000 MW by 2022, for starters. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani announced Gujarat’s new solar power policy on Tuesday. The new policy is expected to be […]

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Azure Power Announces Early Commissioning of 95 MW Project in Gujarat

Azure Power (NYSE: AZRE), one of India’s leading independent solar power producers, announced the early commissioning of a 95 MW solar power plant in Gujarat which was completed in record time for a ground mount project built by the company and has been commissioned approximately 5 months ahead of the scheduled PPA operation date. This […]

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Gujarat Solar Energy Policy

Gujarat Solar Energy Policy Updates 2017 The 50 percent cap of the approved load or contracted demand by small residential rooftop owners has been removed by the government of Gujarat enabling the residential consumers to install rooftop solar systems of any capacity of their own. The order came in effect from April 13, 2017. The […]

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Gujarat announces key change in the ‘Rooftop Solar Project Policy for Homes’

The Chief Minister announced relaxation to address the difficulties faced by the people in optimum utilization of the rooftop solar plant Gujarat Chief Minister, Vijay Rupani on Thursday announced important amendment in the ‘Rooftop Solar Project Policy for Homes’ by removing the condition of the solar plant’s capacity to be within 50 per cent limit […]

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