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Karnataka

 Karnataka Solar Policy 2014-2021

  1. To add solar generation of minimum 6000 MW by 2021 in a phased manner by creating a favorable industrial atmosphere.
  2. To translate Karnataka in to an investor friendly state.
  3. To encourage public private participation in the sector.
  4. To promote Solar Roof Top Generation and Technologies.
  5. To encourage decentralized generation & distribution of energy where access to grid is difficult.
  6. Establish a “Solar energy center of excellence and incubation center” at State level for promoting innovation in technology, skill development, and Research and Development.
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Karnataka Renewable Energy Policy 2016-2022

  1. Achieve a minimum capacity addition 3600 MW by 2020 in a phased manner.
  2. Provision of “single window” for clearances, approvals and technical consultation
  3. To translate Karnataka in to an investor friendly State.
  4. Encourage decentralized generation & distribution of energy where grid is inaccessible.
  5. Promote R&D and innovations, skill development in the sector.
  6. Take up pilots and demonstration projects to establish cost effectiveness, viability and reliability of various technologies like Waste-to-Energy, Hybrid technology projects etc.
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Source : Central Board of Irrigation and Power



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