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Uttar Pradesh

Solar Energy Policy-2017

  1. Encourage participation of Private Sector and provide investment opportunities to set up solar power projects in the state.
  2. Support in providing environment friendly and affordable Power for All.
  3. Promote Research &Development, innovations and skill development in the State.
  4. Achieve target of 8% Solar Renewable Purchase Obligation (Solar RPO) by 2022
  5. For More Information Click Here

 Rooftop Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant Policy, 2014

  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 enable stakeholders in reducing greenhouse gas emissions
  5. To attract private sector participation in solar energy sector
  6. To build favorable environment for setting up grid connected rooftop solar photovoltaic power plants
  7. To contribute investments in manufacturing, research & development in solar energy sector
  8. To enhance skills and create employment opportunities
  9. To contribute to productive utilization of available sites
  10. To spread environmental awareness amongst the general public of Uttar Pradesh.
  11. For More Information Click Here

Mini Grid Policy - 2016

  1. To promote decentralized generation of clean & green power by harnessing renewable energy e.g. Solar, Biomass etc in the State.
  2. To put in place a conducive investment climate to stimulate private sector participation in decentralized generation of renewable power.
  3. To provide ensured power supply to nearly 02 crore households in the State to meet the minimum household needs of power e.g. lighting, fan, mobile charging etc.
  4. To reduce the investments required for development of long distance transmission lines and to reduce the line losses in power transmission resulting due to commonly low demand of electrical power in rural areas.
  5. To enhance skills and create employment opportunities at local level.
  6. To promote establishment of local manufacturing facilities and socioeconomic development of backward areas.
  7. To make available clean and sustainable electrical power to large number of domestic, agriculture and commercial establishments which are deprived of conventional grid.
  8. To reduce the consumption of fossil fuels.
  9. For More Information Click Here

Source : Central Board of Irrigation and Power



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