Renewable Energy Policy - 2002
- Development, propagation and promotion of Non-conventional Energy sources.
- Exploitation of Natural resources to avail cheaper power
- Acceleration of identification, development and implementation of new projects with the long-term objective of substituting all non-renewable sources.
- Development of Eco-friendly Projects.
- Provision of “single window” service for technical consultation, sources of finance and project clearance.
- Decentralised and microlevel power generation through renewable energy sources to reduce expenditure on transmission lines and transmission and distribution losses.
- Self-sufficiency in Power in the near future.
- Creation of suitable environment for private participation in Power Generation sectors.
- Publicity of Renewable Energy through various media.
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Kerala Solar Energy Policy, 2013
- Increase the installed capacity of the solar sector in the State to 500MW by 2017 and 2500 MW by 2030;
- Contribute to long term energy security of the State of Kerala as well as ecological security by reduction in carbon emission;
- Define end users who can adopt solar in a big way and target them;
- Adopt a multi-pronged approach in targeting different groups of consumers;
- Deploy package of incentives and disincentives for identified groups;
- Adapt solar to trigger a paradigm shift in the usage of energy at the micro and macro levels;
- Generate large direct and indirect employment opportunities in solar and allied industries;
- Create skilled and semi-skilled man power resources for installation and maintenance of the solar systems through promotion of technical and other related training facilities;
- Promote entrepreneurs / startups industries / institutions in the State that are engaged in the development of innovative solar based systems.
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Wind farm guidelines
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Agency for Non-Conventional Energy and Rural Technology (ANERT)
ANERT is an autonomous organisation established during 1986 under Societies Act by the Government of Kerala, now functioning under power dept; with its Head Quarters at Thiruvananthapuram.
The objective of the Agency is to gather and disseminate useful knowledge in various fields of Non-Conventional Energy, Energy Conservation and Rural Technology; conduct studies, demonstrate, implement and support implementations of schemes and project in these fields and thereby deal with the problems arising out of the rapid depletion of conventional energy sources; update the technologies used in rural areas as well as introduce appropriate new technologies with an aim to reduce drudgery, increase production and improve quality of life.
Source : Central Board of Irrigation and Power
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