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Name of the Policy


Date of Issue
Applicability

Objective

Nodal Agency

Othe Important Agencies

Eligibility Criteria

Financial Criteria

Targets (MW)

Implementation Plan

i.

Solar Power Plants to Fulfill


RPO/RGO

ii.

Solar Power Plants for 3rd


Party sale

iii.

Solar plant for captive use

iii.

Development of Solar Park

iv.

Solar Power Plant under


REC Mechanism

v.

Solar power plant on Canal


Top

vi.

Rooftop: Sale to DISCOM

vii.

Rooftop: Sale to 3rd Party

viii.

Rooftop: Captive
consumption

ix.

Decentralized/ and Off-Grid

x.

Project under bundled


power

10

Incentives

11

Role of Nodal Agency

12

Procedure for
Registration/approvals

13

Procedure for
Interconnectivity

14

Solar Power Purchase


obligation

15

Single Window Clearance

16

Fees & Charges

i.

Competitive Bidding (Rs.)

ii.

REC (Supplying at APPC)

iii.

Captive

iv.

IPP for 3rd party sale

Bundled power

vi

Rooftop project (5-50 Kp)

vii

Rooftop project (Above 50


Kp)

Land Allottment

18

Wheeling Charges

19

Wheeling Losses

20

Banking Charges

21

Cross Subsidy Surcharge

Telangana
The Telangana Solar Policy 2015
May-15
5 years

Not Defined

Telangana New & Renewable Energy development corporation


Solar Policy Cell, TSSPDCL, TSNPDCL, TSTransco, TSERC

Not Defined

Not Defined

Not Defined

1. Solar Power Projects: for sale to Discom and for 3rd party
sale
2. Captive/Group captive generation
3. Solar Roof top projects: off-grid and grid connected
4. Off grid applications
5. Projects of MNRE/GoI schemes
6. Solar Parks

Not Defined

Not Defined

Allowed

1. Solar Park:
A). Characterized Concentrated zone for development of solar
power projects.
B). Solar park implementing agency (SPIA) will be formed by
state governmenr. + central agency + Private sector
participation or by state government + private sector
participation
C). SPIA will facitilate : Power evacuation + water
arrangements + internal roads + administrative facility
Solar.
D). Solar Park will cover: Solar power projects, Manufacturing
units + R&D Centers + Training centers + Financial
institutions.
E). State will provide all facilities & incentives of central
governement to participants of solar parks

Not Defined

Not Defined

Not Defined

Not Defined
1. All Incentives of MNRE & JSM
2. The consumers are free to choose either net or gross meter
option for sale of power to the DISCOMs under this policy.
3. Tariff: Average cost of service of DISCOM at 11KV
4. Exemption from Distribution charges & losses
5. Online Application to DISCOM

Solar Pumpsets

Can be a part of solar park, not defined explicitly in the policy


1). Timeline: 2 years from application, within time limits of PPA
2). Approvals: can be taken from Solar policy cell (SPC)
through single window clearance. Fee: Rs. 10,000/MW with cap
of Rs. 2,00,00/MW.
3). Deemed conversion to Non-Agricultural land status: by
paying a conversion charge to Solar policy cell (SPC).
4). Exemption from Land ceiling Act for firm
orders/PPA/Successful bids. Standard land requirement :
5Cr./MW.
5). Wheeling & transmission charges: Exempted for Captive
and in case of third party sale charges will be applicable as it
is.
6). Banking:
a). 100% allowed for all captive & OA,
b). Banking Chages: 2% of energy,
c). Baned units cannot be resumed/reedemed in peak months,
d).unutilised banked energy shall be deemed puchase by
DISCOMs at Avg. pooled purchased cost
e). Energy from synchronisatio to COD will be puchased by
DICOM at the 1st years's tariff.
7). electricity Duty: Will be waived for the new manufacturing
and ancillaries of the solar project.
8). CSS: Intra state: 100% exemption
9). Development charges & lareyut: Shall be payable @Rs.
25,000 per acre to respective Panchayat
10). Refund of VAT:- After for 5 years
11). Stamp duty:11). OA: Allowed for Intra-state transaction
12.) PCB clearance: - Have to follow the procedure of PCB

The Nodal agency shall be responsible for:


1. Availing subsidy for solar rooftop systems,
2. Solar pump sets, as per MNRE guidelines and shall coordinate with MNRE/Solar Policy Cell (SPC) of Discom

Not Defined

Not Defined

Not Defined

Single Window Clearance set up by TSDISCOM

Not Defined

Exempted for Captive users, for 3rd party sale: TSSPDCL:


15.71 & TSNPDCL : 13.74 Rs./KVA/Month
Exempted for Captive users, for 3rd party sale: TSSPDCL :
3.99% and TSNPDCL : 4.00%
2% in terms of Energy

Exempted

Karnataka
The Karnataka Solar Policy 2014-2021
22/05/2014
7 years

1. 2000 MW by year 2021. i.e. FY 2020


2. Promote roof top generation
3. Promote R&D

KREDL
High Level project approval committee: Approval and
overseeing the projects of more than 50 MW.

Grid Connected Utility Scal Project: Any Individual, firm,


society, Institutions, Registered companies and Public utilities
Grid Connected Roof top: All Individual, Institutional,
Commercial buildings, Govt. Buildings, Owners, Industrial
Units, Firms, Reistered companies, Public utilities
Off Grid: Any Individual

Competitive Bidding: 2Cr./MW; REC: 50 Lakh/MW, 3rd Party


Sale: 2Cr/MW

2000 MW by FY 2021

Grid Connected Utility Scal Projects: Minimum 1600 MW for


Sale to ESCOMs
Grid Connected Roof top Projects: Minimum 400 MW grid
connected roof top generation by 2018
FY 2015: Utility scale 350 MW, Roof Top: 100 MW
FY 2016: Utility scale 150 MW, Roof Top: 100 MW
FY 2017: Utility scale 150 MW, Roof Top: 100 MW
FY 2018: Utility scale 150 MW, Roof Top: 100 MW
FY 2019: Utility scale 200 MW
FY 2020: Utility scale 200 MW
FY 2021: Utility scale 200 MW

Bids will be invited by KREDL for projects more than 3 MWp


under 2 categories " with AD" and "Without AD"

i. 3rd Party sale from solar pv project is allowed


ii. RECs cannot be availed in case of 3rd party sale

1. Promotion of distributed generation through small solar


parks:
Gov. Of Karnataka will provide financial assistance of Rs. 1Cr
per solar park of area not less than 100 Acres through a PPP
model
2. Promotion of Integrated solar Parks
i. GoK contemplates to create private land banks owned by
individual farmers, group farmers, association at lease rates.

Developers are required to pay a facitilation fees to KREDL,


sale to ESCOMs will be at APPC and the project shall be
monitored by ESCOMs and KPTCL.
Minimum Capacity allowed: 1 MWp

GoK supports deployment of grid connected projects on the


canal corridor

i. No, Minimum capacity limit on captive solar generation and,


ii. REC can also be availed on Captive Generation

Through net metering


Gov. Of Karnataka to amend building bye-laws

Not defined

through Net Metering only


Gov. Of Karnataka to amend building bye-laws

i. Distributed Generation by Land owning farmers: 1 MWp to


Max 3MWp per owner,
ii. Target was 300 MW on 1st come 1st serve basis.
Iii. Street light, rooftop with battery, irrigation pump set etc.

Allowed for central and karnataka state owned PSUs

i. Exemption from Entry Tax, Stamp duty, Registration charges,


ii. Contract demand reduction to OA consumer,
iii. Incentives scheme launched by MNRE,
iv. Deemed conversion of land for solar
v. No restriction on purchase of Land.
vi. No waiting needed for approval for conversion of gricultural
land
vii. Exempted from any clearance from PCB
viii. Reduction of supervision charges to 5%

Approval & Registration

Not defined

developer in consultation with KPTCL shall finalize the location


of receiving substation. Connectivity can be allowed at
400/220/110/66/33/11 KVsubstation

% of Solar on Total Consumption:


FY 2015: 1.5%
FY 2016: 1.75%
FY 2017: 2.00%
FY 2018: 2.25%
FY 2019: 2.5%
FY 2020: 2.75%
FY 2021: 3.0%

Not defined

Application Fee: 10,000/Project, Facitilation Fee: 1 Lac/MW,


PBG: 10Lakh/MW
Application Fee: 10,000/Project, Facitilation Fee: 20,000/MW,
PBG: 5Lakh/MW
Application Fee: 10,000/Project, Facitilation Fee: 25,000/MW,
PBG: 3Lakh/MW
Application Fee: 10,000/Project, Facitilation Fee: 25,000/MW,
PBG: 5Lakh/MW
Application Fee: 10,000/Project, Facitilation Fee: 10,000/MW,
PBG: NA
Application Fee: 1,000Project, Facitilation Fee: 2,000/Project,
PBG: NA
Application Fee: 10,000/Project, Facitilation Fee: 5,000/Project,
PBG: NA
1. GOK contemplates deemed conversion of land for solar by
amending section 95 of the Land reform act.
2. Dy. Commissioner have the power to approve purchase of
land under sectio 109 of Land reforms Act
3. No need to wait for formal approval for Land conversion
4. 10% Barren Land reserved for KREDL

Exempted for 10 years for Plants commissioned between 1st


April 2013 till 31st March 2018
Exempted for 10 years for Plants commissioned between 1st
April 2013 till 31st March 2018
Exempted for 10 years for Plants commissioned between 1st
April 2013 till 31st March 2018
Exempted for 10 years for Plants commissioned between 1st
April 2013 till 31st March 2018

Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh Solar Power Policy 2015
Feb-15
5 Years

i. To target a minimum total solar power capacity addition of


5,000 MW in the next five years in the State
ii. To develop solar park(s)
iii. To deploy solar pump set

NEDCAP
Not Defined

"All registered companies, Government entities, partnership


companies/ firms, individuals and all consumers of
APDiscom(s) will be eligible"

Not Defined

5000 MW by 2020

i. Sale of power to AP Discom(s)


ii. Third party sale / Captive use
iii. Solar Parks
iv. Solar Rooftop Projects Gross/Net Metering
v. Solar pumpsets

"the Discoms would procure around 2,000 MW of solar power


capacity in a phased manner within the next five (5) years".

Allowed, sale of electricity within and outside the state

i. The Govt. of A.P will develop Solar Parks with capacity


additions of around 2,500 MW in the next five (5) years
ii. State will help facilitate in building up the necessary
infrastructure like power evacuation, water requirements and
internal roads.
iii. Solar Park shall consist of: Solar Power Projects,
Manufacturing Zones, R & D and Training Centres.
iv. SPV will be established for development of infrastructure
and management of Solar Park.
v. SPV will develope the necessary infrastructure from the
funds received from GoI and GoAP.
vi. Development charges have to be paid by developers

REC available for captive solar plants and 3rd party sale

Allowed, captive use within the state only

Not Explicitly defined


"solar rooftop systems on public buildings, domestic,
commercial and industrial establishments on gross and or net
meter basis".
"Maximum 1000 KWp at a single location will be permitted".
"All incentives of MNRE are allowed. NEDCAP is the Nodal
agency".
Not Defined

Same as Sale to DISCOM

50,000 solar powered pumpsets will be operational in the


State in the next five years

Not Defined

i. Solar plants for captive & 3rd party sale shall be exempted
from transmission and wheeling charges.
Ii. No distribution losses applicable for injection at 33KV &
below
iii. 100% banking allowed @ 2% energy as charges
iv. Drawals from banked energy shall not be permitted from
1st Apr to 30th June & 1st Feb to 31st March of each financial
year and during peak hours of the day
v. Energy before COD will treated as deemed banked energy
v. Allowed for Intr-state transaction
vi. exemption from ED for captive consumption, sale to
DISCOM & 3rd party sale
vii. CSS exempted for 3rd party sale
viii. Contract demand reduction allowed on 3rd party sale
ix. Deemed Industry status
x. Deemed PPP status for projects selling power to DISCOMs
xi. Deemed NA status
xii. Must run status for solar power plants: deemed schedule
xiii. Exemption from NOC rewuirement from Pollution control
board.

NREDCAP:
i. Facilitate in obtaining revenue land wherever is required.
ii. Facilitate in getting power evacuation and/ or Open Access
iii. Facilitate water allocation from concerned departments.
iv. Facilitate and process of proposals for availing subsidy for
solar rooftop systems as per MNRE guidelines.
v. Co-ordinate with MNRE/SECI/APTransco/Discom(s) and any
other Central/State agencies in obtaining necessary
clearances, approvals, grants and subsidies.

Not Defined

Evacuation line from interconnection point to grid substation


to be laid by the APTRANSCO or DISCOM at the cost of the
project developer.
i. If developer wishes to lay evacuation line by themselves,
they can do so by paying the supervision charges to
APTRANSCO/DISCOM
ii. APTRANSCO/DISCOMs to ensure the technical feasibility for
evacuation is granted within 21
days of applying.

Not Defined

Shall be developed by NREDCAP

Registration fee of:


i. Rs.1000 for capacities upto 5 KWp
ii. Rs. 5,000 for capacities above 5 KWp to 100 KWp
iii. Rs,10,000 for capacities above 100 KWp to 1000KWp and
iv. Rs.10,000 per MW for capacities more than 1000 KWp.

1. Deemed NA status
2. Developer have to acquire land
3. GoA will allot land as per Gov. Policy

Exempted as per policy

Exempted as per policy

2% of Energy

Exempted as per policy

Rajasthan
Rajasthan Solar Energy Policy 2014
Oct-14
Till new policy

To develope 25,000 MW of solar power

RREC
State level screening committee (SLSC)
State leve empowered committee (SLEC)

Not defined

Not defined

25000 MW in Rajasthan

Solar Plants sanctioned under NSM scheme


Solar Plants for sale to DISCOM to fulfill RPO
Sale through REC mechanism
Solar plants for captive & 3rd party sale
Solar rooftop plants
Decentralized & off-Grid solar application
Development of Solar Park

Through Competitive bidding

No maximum cap on setting up of plant for 3rd party sell and


REC will also be available on 3rd party sale

No maximum cap on setting up of plant for captive


consumption and REC will also be available on captive use

Solar Parks by RREC:


1. RREC will be the nodal agency.
2. To develope infrastructure and management a SPV has been
established which is a subsidiary of RREC
Development of solar park by Private Developers:
1. An applicatio shall be submitted to RRECL with a processing
fee @ 5000/Hectare + 10Lac + service Tax
2. No celling limit in buying agricultural land
3. Gov. land can also be allotted to the bidder.
4. Joint ventures are allowed

REC Allowed for captive and 3rd party sale of solar power

Not defined

Not defined

Not defined

Net metering mechanism only

Not defined

1. Industrial incentives available


2. WRD will allocated power to the Solar power project from
nearest water source
3. SPV projects are kept under green category i.e. NOC from
PCB can be obtained in 15 days
4. Banking as per RREC
5. Wheeling losses & charges as per RREC

Registration & Approval of projects.


Facitilation of Gov. Land & Water
Facitilating approval for evacuation
Facitilation of excution of PPA/WBA

Partially defined

In accordance with RVPN @ 400, 220, 132 & 33/11 KV network

Not defined in the Policy

Not defined

For all Solar power projects:


for project <= 10 MW: Rs.50,000/MW
For projects > 10 MW & <= 50 MW: 5 Lac per project
For projects > 10 MW & <= 50 MW: 5 Lac per project
For Projects > 50 MW & <= 100 MW: 10 Lac/project
For projects > 100 MW: 300 Lac/project
Performance Guarantee:
For sale to 3rd party & captive: Rs. 10lac/MW
For others as per RFS/RFQ or RFP

SPV crystalline: 2.5 Hec/MW


SPV crystalline with tracker: 3.5 Hec/MW
SPV thin Film: 3.5 Hec/MW

11 Paise/Kwh

3.80% of the energy injected

Not defined

NDS - 0.49 Rs./Unit @EHV and 0.43Rs/Unit @33KV


LIP - 0.13 Rs/Unit @ 33 KV

Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh Solar Policy 2012
Feb-12
Till New Policy

To Promote private players for solar power generation

MP- NRE
MPPMCL & MP TRNSCO

Category I: As defined in the RFQ/RFP of MPPMCL


Category II & III: Everyone is allowed
Category IV: As per NSM scheme

Category I: As defined in the RFQ/RFP of MPPMCL


Category II & III: No financial restriction
Category IV: As per NSM scheme
Category
Category
Category
Category

I: To fullfil RPO of DISCOMs


II: No Limit, as per Private Player
III: No Limit
IV: As per NSM Scheme

Category wise division of solar plants, To take incentives of the


policy project needs to be regiseterd under the policy by
paying processing fee.
Category I : Plants setup to sale power to DISCOM for fulfilling
the RPO
Category II: Pants setup for 3rd party sale & captive use
Category III: Plants setup for RECs
Category IV: As sanctioned under NSM

Targets, Implementation plan as per RFP/RFQ by MPPMCL

Anyone can setup solar pv project on private land at anytime


and for project on Gov. Land developer have to apply in
RFP/RFQ by MPNRED

Anyone can setup solar pv project on private land at anytime


and for project on Gov. Land developer have to apply in
RFP/RFQ by MPNRED

There is a separate policy for solar parks

Anyone can setup solar pv project on private land at anytime


and for project on Gov. Land developer have to apply in
RFP/RFQ by MPNRED

Not Defined

As per Tender, RFP/RFQ of DISCOMs

Not allowed

Net Metering Policy

Not Defined

Not Defined

1. Surrender of Project: Developer at any time can withdraw


the project by forefiteing the PG
2. Transfer of the Project: Project can be transferred to
anyone , Payment of Rs. 1Lac/MW shall be applicable.
3. Exemption from ED & EC
4. Subsidy of 4% on wheeling charges in terms of energy by
Gov. of MP
5. 100% banking allowed @ 2% charges in terms of energy
6. Contract Demand reduction allowed for 3rd party, captive &
REC sale
7. 3rd Party sale allowed
8. Industrial status and its benefits
9. Entry Tax and VAT exemption
10. CDM Benefits
11. No need for formal approval from PCB

Project registration & approval


Issuing RFP and RFQ for projects on Gov. Land
Assissting in Administrative approvals
Policy formulation

1. Need administrative approval from MP-NRE


2. Approval from CEIG for connectivity
3. MPPTCL will provide connectivity at 33KV & above

As per MPERC

in Initial stage, developing by TRIFAC & MP NRE

Processing Fee: Rs. 1Lac/MW


Performance Gaurantee for Category II & III: Rs. 5Lac/MW
Performance Gaurantee for Category I & IV: as per relevant
RFP/RFQ

Land will be allotted to MP-NRE, MP NRE will take the


possession and a Land Use permission will be granted to the
developer

Exempted ARR per ARR of DISCOM

Subsidy of 4% on wheeling charges:


2% in terms of energy will be applicable
2% in terms of Energy

Exempted ARR per ARR of DISCOM

Haryana
Haryana Solar Power Policy 2014
Sep-14
Mar-17

100 MW to fulfill RPO


Solar PV projects under NSM
50 MW of rooftop solar

HAREDA
UHBVNL & DHBVNL

As per Bid document

Equity Investment of Rs. 3Cr./MW

1300 MW by 2022

By March 2017, HAREDA shall get installed 100 MW capacity in


two phases.
In each phase, 50 MW capacities shall be selected through
reverse bidding on the levellised tariff fixed by HERC.
The entire power from the Solar Power Plant shall be
purchased by DISCOMS of Haryana at tariff so discovered.

Allowed. The IPPs shall submit the application along with


Feasible Detailed Project Report (FDPR) and processing fee of
Rs.20, 000 per MW.

Allowed. The IPPs shall submit the application along with


Feasible Detailed Project Report (FDPR) and processing fee of
Rs.20, 000 per MW.

The State Government shall also support future projects in the


subsequent phases of JNNSM and these projects shall be
eligible for incentives given by the state government as per
this policy.

REC allowed on APPC sale to DISCOM


i. Exemption from Land use charges, developement charges,
scrutiny & infrastructure fee: Town & Country planning shall
permit the use of land for solar
ii. Deemed industry status
iii. Banking of power allowed
iv.

The State DISCOMs shall purchase power on the basis of


reverse auction. Developers can choose the cluster of public
and private buildings provided maximum size of cluster could
be 1 MW and no roof should be allowed for installation above
500 KW.

Not Defined
For consumption (5KW to 100 KW) any individual, industry etc
can set up power plant on net metering basis.
The surplus power shall be purchse by DISCOMs at Feed-InTariff
State with MNRE will provide financial assisstance of 40 % of
the capital cost

1 village in each district shall be developed as model village in


the field of solar energy.
For Solar water pumping system, financial assistance @ 60 %
of the cost of system to the beneficiaries, for lighting system
GoH shall provide 40% subsidy and if beneficiary is a BPL or
schedule caste then subsidy will be 80%
GoH shall promoted SWHs and solar steam systems
Not Defined

i. Exemption from Land use charges, developement charges,


scrutiny & infrastructure fee: Town & Country planning shall
permit the use of land for solar
ii. Deemed industry status
iii. Banking of power allowed

Invite bids for Grid connected and rooftop power plants,


provides project approval and registration

Grid connectivity and wheeling charges.- RE


Developers have the option to pay off, in full or twelve equal
monthly installments, the actual cost of construction of
transmission line up to a distance of 10 KM from the
interconnection point to HVPNL / Discoms. During the time till
payment of cost of transmission a wheeling charge of 2% shall
be levied

2015-16: 0.75%; 0.25% increase till 2019-20: 2.00% then


2020-21: 2.50% and by 2021-2022: 3.00%

Not available

Following charges will be applicable for all projects except for


Captive use and 3rd party sale:
i. 30 Lac/MW in the form of 6 BG of 5 Lac/MW each
ii. Non refundable Application fee of 20,000
iii. EMD od 5 Lac/MW
iv. BG of Rs. 10Lac/MW as a security deposit for Grid
connectivity

Developer shall procure wastelands / non agricultural lands


in case of land under panchayat developer have to enter into
lease agreement with panchayat

2% by developer in case the power is purchased by the


distribution licensee.
In all other cases wheeling charges @ 85 Paisa/Unit
0 %, wheeling losses not applicable on RE projects

Banking Charges not defined

Solar Cess of 2 paise/unit shall be levied in the bills of


consumers including OA consumers alongwith ED

Gujarat
Gujarat Solar Power Policy 2009
Jan-09
Mar-14

Promotion of Clean & green power in the State

Gujarat EnergyDevelopment Agency


Gujarat Power Corporation Ltd.
Any company or body corporate or association of body of
individuals, whether incorporated or not, or artificial juridical
person,
Minimum project capacity of a Solar Power Generators (SPG),
in case of solar Photovoltaic (SPV) and Solar Thermal (ST) to
be 5 MW each
A maximum 500 MW SPG allowed for installation
Experience of developing solar project of cost not less than
3.00Cr./MW
Internal Resource Generation: 1.20 Cr/MW
Net Worth: 2.00 Cr./MW
Annual Turnover: 4.80Cr./MW
500 MW till 2014

Allowed

Allowed

Allowed

Not Defined

Not Defined

Not Defined

Not Defined

Not Defined

Not Defined

Not Defined

Not Defined

i. Contract Demand reduction upto 50%.


Ii.Exemption from Electricity duty and cross subsidy surcharge
iii. Deemed Scheduled
iv. CDM benefits

i. Identification of suitable location


ii. Facilitation in arranging right of way, water and obtaining
clearances

Done by GEDA and Gujarat Power Corporation Ltd.

At the Network of GETCO at 66KV and above substation.


Transmission line from solar substation to the GETCO
substation shall be laid by GETCO.

1% by FY 2013

Not Defined

Security deposit of Rs. 50Lac/MW


Not Defined
Not Defined
Not Defined
Not Defined
Not Defined
Not Defined

Not Defined

NIL

10% of the energy fed for connection above 66KV


7% of the energy fed for connection below 66KV
Not Defined

Exempted

Punjab
Punjab New & renewable Source of Energy policy 2012
Dec-12
Till new policy

10% RE of total consumption by 2022

PEDA
PSPCL/PSPTCL

Not Defined

Internal resource generation : Rs. 75 Lac/MW


Net worth: Rs. 1Cr./MW
Annual Turnover: Rs. 3Cr./MW
1000 MW by 2022

Through competitive bidding by PEDA

Allowed

Allowed

Not Defined

Will be allocated through Competitive bidding based on


percentage share of REC price.

Not Defined

Separate policy for Roof top

Separate policy for Roof top

Separate policy for Roof top

Not Defined

PEDA shall facitilate bundled power scheme of MNRE, IREDA


and NVVN

i. Banking Allowed
ii. Merit order dispatch not allowed
iii. Exemption from ED during construction & operation of
project
iv. Exemption on VAT
v.100% exemption from payment of fee and stamp duty for
registration/lease deed charges for the land required for the
project.
vi. 100% Exemption on entry tax
vii. No NOC required from PCB
viii. Deemed industrial status
ix. Benefits of any relevant policy can be availed

Approval of project
Facilitate clearances related to Land, Water & Evacuation

Defined in Annexure 2 of the policy

If the power is proposed to be sold to PSPCL/LICENSEE on


Preferential tariff on long term basis, then the transmission
line and associated bay at SPCL/LICENSEE grid substation
along with ABT compliant Check meters and associated
equipment will be provided by PSPCL/LICENSEE. In all other
cases, the private developer shall be required to lay its own
transmission lines from the switchyard of
its generation facility

1.5 % in FY 2015-16 and 2.5% by FY 2019-20

State Gov. Shall provide Time bound clearances within 60 days


from approval of project by PEDA

Bank Gaurantee of Rs. 40Lac/MW after signing of


Implementation agreement
Not Defined
Not Defined
Not Defined
Not Defined
Not Defined
Not Defined

Wherever the required land belonging to local bodies/


panchayats is available, the State would encourage the local
bodies/ panchayats to provide the land for NRSE projects.

2% of the Energy fed into the Grid


Inter state OA: 5.42%
Intra State OA: Wheelin lossess + Charges = 2% of energy fed
into the system
Inter state OA: 108 Paisa/Unit
Intra State OA: Wheelin lossess + Charges = 2% of energy fed
into the system
Industrial: 87 Paisa/Unit
Commercial: 107 Paisa/Unit

Tamilnadu
Tamilnadu Solar Energy Policy 2012
Jun-12
FY 2015

Year Wise installation of


2013: Utility scale: 750 MW, Rooftop: 100 MW, REC: 150 MW
2014: Utility scale: 550 MW, Rooftop: 125 MW, REC: 325
2015: Utility scale: 200 MW, Rooftop: 125 MW, REC: 675 MW
Total: Utility scale: 1500 MW, Rooftop: 350 MW, REC: 1150 MW
Total 3000 MW solar generation by 2015

TEDA

Not Defined

Not Defined

3000 MW solar generation by 2015

Tariff Based competitive bidding will be called for selection of


developers

Not Defined

Not Defined

Shall be developed by competitive bidding


1. Park of capacity 250 MW: 1-5 MW sized plants
2. Park of capacity 600 MW: 5-10 MW sized plants
3. Park of capacity 650 MW: above 10 MW sized plants

Allowed

Not Defined

Not Defined

Not Defined

Domestic Consumer: a GBI of Rs. 2/unit for 1st 2 years, Rs.


1/Unit from next 2 years and then 0.5Rs./unit for solar rooftop
generation
Solar rooftop on Gov. Buildings are necessary

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i. Tax benefit to manufacturing facility as per industrial policy


ii. Exclusive solar manufacturing park
iii. Exemption from ED
iv. Tax concession as per Industrial policy
v. 100% contract demand reduction
vi. All statutory clearances via single window clearance system
of TEDA

TEDA will facitilate all clearances and approvals

By Single Window clearance system

TEDA will facitilate approval of evacuation and connectivity to


STU

6% SPO (Starting 3% till Dec. 2013 & 6% from January 2014)

A single windows clearance system is maintained by TEDA for


all statutory clearances

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Mono/Polycrystalline: 3-4 Acre


Thin Film: 7.5-9 Acres

Wheeling Charges: 30% of Normal Applicable Charges

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50% of Applicable CSS:Please click here for details

Uttar Pradesh
Solar Power Policy Uttar Pradesh (UP) 2013
2013
31 March 2017

1.To promote generation and use of clean and green power in


the State by harnessing solar energy.
2. To put in place an appropriate investment climate which
could stimulate private sector participation in development of
solar power
3. To spread environmental awareness among the general
public.
4. To contribute to productive use of wastelands
5. To enhance skills and create employment opportunities.
6. To promote establishment of local manufacturing facilities.
7. To build capacity in the State to initiate and sustain, use and
effective management of newer technologies.

Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Development


Agency (UPNEDA)
UPPCL

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500 MW by March 2017

i. Power can be sold to UUPPCL through competitive bidding


ii. 3rd Party sell
iii. For Captive use

i. UPPCL shall invite bids from SPDs on combititive bidding


basis

GBI & Incentives shall not be available to such developers


These plants, who want to avail the incentives as per this
policy will have to register with the nodal agency, sign an
agreement and furnish a performance bank guarantee till the
commissioning of the project as per the time frame given in
this policy.

Solar power plants of above 5 MW capacity to be built for


captive use will also be eligible for the incentives under this
policy either within the premises of the user plant or outside
with wheeling arrangement.

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i. All the incentives provided in Industrial Policy 2012, shall be


applicable for all the solar power projects
ii. For projects in Bundelkhand region, all the cost of
transmission line shall be born by the STU/DISCOM

i. Calling for competitive bidding


ii. Creation of Land Bank
iii. Facitilation of Gov. Land
iv. Assistance in other Infrstructure

Time limit for commissioning of Solar PV projects will be within


13 months and 28 months in case of solar thermal projects
from the date of signing of PPA.

The transmission line shall be constructed by the STU or


Discom, whoever owns the feed in substation. However the
entire cost of transmission including cost of construction of
line, wheeling charges, losses etc. will be borne by the Project
Developer and will not be met by the STU/Discom.

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Nodal Agency will act as single window clearance for Solar


Power Projects. Facilitation in all clearances approvals,
permissions and consents required from the State
Government/its agencies will be the main task of the nodal
agency
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Above 11KV: 77.8 Paisa/unit


At 11 KV: 124 Pasia/Unit
Above 11 KV: 2.04%
at 11 KV: 3.70%

Above 11 KV: 141.4Paisa/unit


At 11 KV: 87.2 Paisa/Unit

Bihar
har Policy for promotion of New and Renewable Energy Sources 2011
2011

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Bihar Renewable Energy Development Agency


State Investment Board

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The project developer shall necessarily offer to supply to Bihar


State Electricity Board (BSEB)/Distribution Licensee a
minimum of 25% of power generated from the respective New
and Renewable Energy project, except for captive projects.

BSEB shall select developers on combititive basis. BREDA &


BSIB will be the nodal agency

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i. All the benefits of central policy


ii. Benefits under Industrial policy
iii. Feasible site locations will be provided by BREDA
iv. Exemption from ED
v. No Entry & VAT on plant & machinary

The project developer shall be required to submit the


application to State investment Promotion Board (SIPB),
Department of Industries, Government of Bihar along with a
pre-feasibility report, applicable processing fee & site details.
Financial Closure: 8 months
Commissioning: 24 Months from Approval

The capital cost of transmission system for evacuation of


power to the nearest grid/ sub-station including all metering &
protective instruments shall be born by BSEB, which shall be
reimbursed to BSEB by the State Government, provided that
the project developer offer to supply BSEB at least 50%,
subject to a minimum of 2 MW, of power generated from RE
projects. Else the entire project cost of transmission system for
evacuation of power to the nearest grid/ sub-station including
all metering & protective instruments shall be born by the
project developer.

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Government land in the industrial area, if available and
identified by the developer, may be leased in accordance with
Government of Bihar policy for the allotment of land. The
project developer may purchase private land directly from the
owners, on their own. Use of agricultural land may be allowed
for non-agricultural purposes.
North & South Bihar: 24.00 Paisa/Unit @33KV and 28.00
Pisa/Unit @ 11KV

at 33KV: 5.00%
at 11KV: 6.00%
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132 kV consumers = 22 Ps/kWh.
33 kV consumers (other than HTSS) = 53 Ps/kWh.
11 kV consumers (other than HTSS) = 44 Ps/kWh
HTSS consumers (33 kV & 11 kV) = Nil