Solar Energy Installed Capacity In India Exceeded 8GW
Author: Source: Datetime: 2016-10-18 17:17:21
MNRE statistics show that the end of June, the total installed capacity of portable solar power generator in India to reach 7.8GW, July is further increased to 8.062GW. Among them, the installed capacity of Rajasthan, Tammie Nadu and Gujarat are already more than 1GW. Another Andhra Pradesh, Telangana installed capacity, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Maharashtra, Karnataka and six states were in excess of 200MW.
It is understood that since Indian Prime Minister Modi took office, has been promoting the development of solar energy industry. India has also developed in 2022 to achieve installed capacity of 100GW of solar powered portable generator target, and to encourage foreign investment in India, in cooperation with local firms set up joint venture companies.
MNRE has recently India's Central Electricity Regulatory Commission, the current solar power in India not as a number of coal-fired power generation and other subsidies and preferential treatment, hoped that the Commission can give priority to the future and to encourage support for solar power.
At the same time, the Indian Department of Energy is also implementing decentralized energy policy "DDUGJY", will be fed into the electricity grid can not reach, or too high cost of electricity in remote areas, biomass, biogas, small hydro, and solar power are included within this range of policy support.
It is reported that in India there are more than 4000 projects were "DDUGJY" policy support, each project is expected to receive 60% of the cost of subsidies.
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