solar policy

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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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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Himachal Pradesh Solar Energy Policy

OBJECTIVE Promote generation of electricity from solar energy for energy security for sustainable development, which is the core Development Policy of the State. Contribute to the National objective of increasing the share of Renewable Energy in total energy consumption, in accord-ance with climate, environment and macro-economic considerations. Strengthen and sustain the Policy of 100% clean […]

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Andhra Pradesh Solar Energy Policy

Andhra Pradesh Solar Energy Policy Updates 2017 The state’s renewable purchase obligation (RPO) is set at 9 percent in April 2017 by the Andhra Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (APERC) for the financial year FY2017- 2018. Out of the 9 percent, the 6 percent for the non-solar RPO excluding the large hydro. The RPOs up to […]

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Goa Solar Energy Policy

OBJECTIVE To help India produce Green Power & get involved in Climate Control. To empower the electricity consumer to participate in the development of the Power Sector and to become a producer of electricity while remaining as a Consumer also i.e. be proactively involved in the development of the Power Sector and be a “Prosumer” […]

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Rajasthan Solar Energy Policy

Rajasthan Solar Energy Policy Updates 2017 The new fixed tariff of Rs. 3.93 (~$0.06)/kWh as the generic tariff levelised for 25 years for solar PV projects excluding accelerated depreciation (AD) has been announced by the Rajasthan Electricity Regulatory Commission (RERC) in October 2017. The fixed AD component is fixed at Rs. 0.27 (~$0.004)/kWh making the […]

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Madhya Pradesh Solar Energy Policy

Madhya Pradesh Solar Energy Policy Updates 2017 The payment guarantee to be provided to solar project developers in the Rewa Ultra Mega Solar (RUMS) park approved the state cabinet of the Government of Madhya Pradesh in September 2017. OBJECTIVE  The objectives of the Madhya Pradesh Solar Energy Policy are as follows: To encourage participation of […]

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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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