solar policy

Haryana Releases Draft Solar Policy, Aims To Install 6GW RE Power

The Haryana New and Renewable Energy Department has published its latest draft Solar Policy 2023. It has asked the stakeholders concerned to submit their opinion on the same within the next one month. In the latest draft note, the state renewable department aimed to install a cumulative 6000 Megawatt (MW) by 2030 in Haryana.   The agency […]

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Delhi To Seek 6000 MW From Renewable Sources by 2025-26

The Delhi Government has set sights on augmenting power generation from renewable sources by 6000 MW in the span of the next three years, Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia has announced. This will be achieved through a slew of initiatives. He added that the city’s electricity demand is on the rise and the […]

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Draft Solar Policy of Delhi Wants 6000 MW Installation by 2025

The Delhi government has accorded approval to the draft Solar Policy 2022 under which the state wants to install solar capacity to 6,000 MW by 2025. In the previous solar policy released in 2016, Delhi had targeted to install solar power of a cumulative capacity of 2,000 MW of solar power by 2022. Readers will […]

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ALMM, BCD Update- Developers Hope For Relief Soon

Informed sources indicate that there are strong chances of the government considering developer pleas for extending applicability of ALMM conditions for domestic projects. A meeting was held between industry representatives and Minister of Power, New and Renewable Energy R K Singh on September 6. The agenda was a review meeting with key developers and other […]

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Key Policy Challenges To a Thriving C&I Market for Solar In India

The Solar Energy sector has emerged as a potential green technology to address climate change issues by reducing dependence on conventional fossil fuel-based energy. India has a target to install 100 GW of solar energy capacity with a commitment to increase the renewable sources-based energy capacity to 175 GW by 2022. Under this, 40 GW […]

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IEEFA Report on Indonesia’s Solar Policies, Designed to Fail?

Consistent and market-relevant enabling policies are key to building affordable solar power. Unfortunately, this basic principle has been overlooked as Indonesia has cycled through a patchwork of solar policies that have driven many experienced investors and developers to the sidelines. The proof is in the numbers. Despite having substantial solar resources, Indonesia’s solar policy framework […]

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Can a change in government make an impact on the solar sector?

With the 17th Lok Sabha Elections taking centre stage since April, this is the question that really matters for anyone in the solar sector. We speak to 3 industry experts to give you a perspective. Animesh Damani, Managing Partner, Artha Energy Resources “We strongly believe that commitment, focus and execution of the incumbent regime towards […]

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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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