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Jammu & Kashmir

Policy for Grid Connected Rooftop Solar Photovoltaic Power Plants-2016

  • To contribute to solar capacity addition and fulfillment of Solar targets set by the Ministry.
  • To optimally utilize the available solar energy resource in the State.
  • To encourage development and promotion of environment friendly solar energy generation contributing to sustainable development.
  • To enable stakeholders in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
  • To attract private sector participation in solar energy sector.
  • To build favorable environment for setting up Grid Connected Rooftop Solar Photovoltaic Power Plants.
  • To enhance skills and create employment opportunities.
  • To contribute to productive utilization of available rooftop spaces.
  • To spread environmental awareness amongst the general public of J&K. 
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Policy for Development of Small Hydro Energy for Power Generation

  1. Energy Security
  2. Economic Benefits
  3. Social Equity
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Small Hydro Power Development in J&K

Scope:

Jammu & Kashmir has a hydropower potential of the order of 20,000 MW against which only about 1500 MW has been harnessed so far. The Government of Jammu & Kashmir (GOJK) has decided to encourage generation of power through small hydropower sources of energy and has framed a policy so that the development of this sector serves as an engine to achieve the objective of promoting the all-round development of the region.

Operative Period

This policy shall be in operation from the date of its publication as notified by the Government Order. All projects awarded under this policy will be governed by this policy for their entire duration.

All Hydropower projects / stations estimated to have an installed capacity of up to 25 MW and as notified by the Jammu & Kashmir State Power Development Corporation (J&KSPDC) from time to time shall be eligible under this policy.

Jammu & Kashmir Government invites any non-GOJK agency to bid for identified projects for the development of this sector. These will be termed as Independent Power Producers (IPP). This would include any of the private sector entities, central power utilities, state governments or any other government entities and their joint ventures.

For more information on Small Hydro Power Policy

Related Resources

J&k Energy Development Agency

Source : Central Board of Irrigation and Power



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