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Jharkhand

State Solar Power Policy 2015

  1. To encourage participation of Private Sector to set up Solar Power based projects in the State & increase solar power generation to 2650 MW by the year 2020 in a phased manner.
  2. To build a favourable atmosphere for setting up Solar Power projects.
  3. Ensure energy security of the State by a stable and non-polluting means.
  4. To promote local manufacturing facilities which will generate employment in the State.
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Solar Rooftop Policy 2017

  1. To contribute to solar capacity addition and energy security.
  2. To optimally utilize the available solar energy resource in the State.
  3. To encourage development and promotion of environment benign solar energy generation contributing to sustainable development.
  4. To reduce the cost of power and ensure community participation in promotion of green energy.
  5. To maximize the utilization of the state's energy distribution infrastructure.
  6. To encourage sustainability of economically weaker classes through innovative business models.
  7. To promote a robust investment climate that enables multiple financial models, from self-owned (CAPEX) to third-party owned (RESCO) models. Aiso facilitate access to loans at preferential interest rates through various schemes that may be introduced from time to time, whether through public or private channels.
  8. To enhance skills and create employment opportunities.
  9. To spread environmental awareness amongst the people of Jharkhand.
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Power Policy (Draft), 2018

  1. Jharkhand Power Policy, 2018 is structured keeping customers as the focal point & aims at making available the people of state reliable supply of power at affordable prices with improved security and independence, greater sustainability and economic growth.
  2. Encouraging the use of renewable energy in the state with focus on decentralized generation of power using renewable energy.
  3. Achieving a target of 15% AT&C losses.
  4. Ensure 100% metering of all customers and implementation of smart meters/ prepaid meters.
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Source : Central Board of Irrigation and Power



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