Policy and Regulations

solar

Policy updates- Jan 2020

RE Policy updates- Jan 2020 MNRE notifies list of Insurance Providers for Solar Power Plants To insure and protect the interest of solar energy industry stakeholders, MNRE has released a list of insurers offering products covering various risks associated with the solar power plants.  The insurance providers include IFFCO Tokio GICL, HDFC Ergo GICL, The New India Assurance Co. Ltd., ICICI Lombard GICL, and Cholamandalam MS GICL offering various products for the solar plants. The various policies offered by the…

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Restrictive guidelines under KUSUM and Rooftop Phase II scheme to impact system integrators

Restrictive guidelines under KUSUM and Rooftop Phase II scheme to impact system integrators Last month, MNRE launched two schemes, KUSUM and Rooftop Phase II (SRISTI) with installation target of about 30 GW expected to be achieved by 2022. This 30 GW target includes nearly 26 GW capacity for pumps and grid-connected systems under KUSUM scheme and 4 GW for the residential segment in the Rooftop Phase II program. Below are the two critical restrictive guidelines issued with the schemes: Mandatory…

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forecasting scheduling

Impact of Forecasting & Scheduling (F&S) regulations on RE generators

Impact of Forecasting & Scheduling (F&S) regulations on RE generators So far, 15 states have come up with their final Forecasting & Scheduling (F&S) regulations for RE generators. Most of the states have made it mandatory, for plants above 5 MW size, to have a forecasting mechanism in place. Some states like Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, and Gujarat have made it mandatory for plant sizes above 1 MW. In most of these states, there are no penalty charges for…

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KUSUM Scheme- Summary of Implementation guidelines

KUSUM Scheme- Summary of Implementation guidelines The scheme aims to add a solar capacity of 25,750 MW by 2022 with the total Central Financial Support of INR 34,422 crore. Component A: 10,000 MW of decentralized ground-mounted, grid-connected renewable power plants (500 kW- 2 MW) will be set up Role of DISCOMs: DISCOMs will sub-station wise surplus capacity and accordingly applications will be invited. In case, the aggregate capacity offered by Applicants is more than the bidding route will be followed and…

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