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Madhya Pradesh

Policy for Implementation of Solar Power based Projects 

  1. To encourage participation of Private Sector to set up Solar Power based projects in the State.
  2. To define the incentives and benefits to be provided to the participants of the Private Sector in clear terms.
  3. To build a favourable atmosphere for setting up Solar Power projects.
  4. Lay down framework for policy implementation
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 Policy for Net-Metered Renewable Energy Applications, 2016

  1. To encourage broader community involvement and growth of decentralized Renewable Energy based Power Projects.
  2. To reduce dependence on conventional sources of energy.
  3. To provide impetus to growth of clean technology in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
  4. To reduce distribution losses of Discoms by decentralized generation.
  5. To improve tail-end grid voltages and reduce system congestion.
  6. To reduce carbon emissions.
  7. To help the state achieve its RPO(Renewable Purchase Obligation)
  8. To develop sustainable energy solution for future and energy security of the nation.
  9. To encourage job creation in the downstream Renewable Energy market segment.
  10. To help the community realize the importance of judicious use of electricity and involve them in the process of reducing dependence on conventionally produced electricity.
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 Policy for Rooftop Renewable Energy Projects, 2016

  1. To encourage broader community involvement and growth of decentralized Renewable Energy Systems.
  2. To reduce dependence on conventional sources of energy.
  3. To provide impetus to growth of clean technology in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
  4. To reduce distribution losses of distribution licensees by decentralized generation.
  5. To improve tail-end grid voltages and reduce system congestion.
  6. To reduce carbon emissions.
  7. To help the State achieve its RPO (Renewable Purchase Obligation)
  8. To develop sustainable energy solution for future, and help in achieving energy security of the nation.
  9. To encourage job creation in the downstream Renewable Energy market segment.
  10. To help the community realize the importance of judicious use of electricity and involve them in the process of reducing dependence on conventionally produced electricity.
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 Policy for Decentralized Renewable Energy Systems, 2016

  1. Growth of decentralized RE Systems.
  2. To reduce dependence on conventional sources of energy.
  3. To provide impetus to growth of clean technology in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
  4. To reduce distribution losses of Distribution Licensees by decentralized generation.
  5. To improve tail-end grid voltages and reduce system congestion.
  6. To reduce carbon emissions.
  7. To help the State achieve its RPO (Renewable Purchase Obligation).
  8. To develop sustainable energy solution for future, and help in achieving energy security of the nation.
  9. To encourage job creation in the downstream RE market segment.
  10. To help the community realize the importance of judicious use of electricity and involve them in the process of reducing dependence on conventionally produced electricity. 
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Policy for development of Small Hydel-Power based Electricity Projects - 2011

  1. To promote pollution free small hydel power generating projects with private sector participation.
  2. To clearly define the incentives and benefits to be provided to the private sector participants.
  3. To create favourable environment for promoting small hydel power generation.
  4. To lay down rational framework for implementation of the policy.
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Related Resources

  1. Generation of Electricity through Non – Conventional Energy Sources
  2. Wind Power Project Policy, 2012
  3. Biomass based Electricity (Power) Project Implementation Policy, 2011

Source : Central Board of Irrigation and Power



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