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Haryana

Solar Power Policy, 2016

  • To promote generation of green and clean power in the State using solar energy.
  • To create conditions conducive to the participation of private and public sector as well as PPP in the promotion and setting up of up Solar Energy based power projects in the State.
  • Productive use of wastelands / non - agricultural lands thereby leading to socioeconomic transformation and a reduction in regional disparities in development.
  • Employment generation and skill up gradation of the youth.
  • To put in place an appropriate investment climate that would leverage the benefits of Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and result in lower Green House Gas (GHG) emissions.
  • Co-creation of Solar Centres of Excellence and pools of technical professionals which would work towards applied research and commercialization of indigenous and cutting edge technologies involving applications of solar energy generation and appliances. Spreading of environmental consciousness among all citizens of the State especially the youth and school going children. Decentralization and diversification of the energy portfolio and to increase the share of renewable solar power.
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Bio-energy Policy 2018

  1. To create conducive environment to attract private investment in biomass projects.
  2. To harness biomass based power/ biogas/ bio-CNG/ bio-manure/ bio-fuels etc. as it has huge potentional of energy with sustainable environmental benefits through techno-economically viable technologies.
  3. To support research and development, demonstration and commercialization of new technologies. 
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Policy for promoting generation of electricity through Renewable energy sources

Objective of the Policy

To create conditions conducive for the involvement of private sector or public–private sector participation in Renewable Energy Sources based power projects in the State.

Target

The State Govt. aims to achieve a minimum of 10%(i.e. 500 MW )of the total capacity addition of 5000 MW of conventional power to be generated through Renewable Energy Power Projects by 2012 as per Ministry of Non-conventional Energy Sources, Govt. of India’s policy .

Measures to be adopted

  • To promote setting up of Biomass Based Power Projects.
  • To promote Co-generation Power Projects.
  • To promote Small Hydro Power Projects
  • To promote Wind Energy Based Power Projects
  • To promote Solar Energy Based Power Projects.
  • To promote Waste to Energy Power Projects based on Urban, Municipal and Industrial Waste

Thrust Areas

Power Generation from biomass

A potential of generation of 1400 MW of power through biomass exists in the State. The State Govt. is committed to exploit this potential.

Power Generation through bagasse co-generation

To harness the potential of cogeneration in cooperative / private sector sugar mills which is estimated to be 100 to 150 MW.

Power Generation through small hydro power projects.

To harness 45 MW of power which can be generated through the water falls available at various locations in canals of the State.

Municipal Solid Waste

The daily availability of Municipal Solid Waste in cities like Faridabad, Gurgaon, Ambala,Sirsa,Yamunanagar, Panipat, Rohtak, Bhiwani, Sonepat, Hisar is between 120 metric tonnes to 600 metric tonnes. Waste to energy power plants or fuel palletisation plants based on Municipal Garbage can be set up in these cities to generate about 17MW of power.

Solar Energy

The solar insolation level in the State is in the range of 5.5 KWH to 6.5 KWH per sq.mtr. of area and the State has about 320 clear sunny days in a year.This offers a great potential for using solar energy for various thermal and electrical energy applications in the State.

Wind Energy

Sufficient untapped wind energy power potential is available in the State specifically in the Morni hill area of Distt.Panchkula and Aravelli Hills in Southern Haryana.Wind Monitoring Stations are being set up in Panchkula, Gurgaon and Mahendergarh districts to assess the available wind potential for power generation in the State.

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Related resources

Detailed information pertaining to the Department of Renewable Energy of Haryana (HAREDA)

Source : Central Board of Irrigation and Power



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