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State

Eligible Technologies

Title

Central

Wind

Central

Solar PV

Extension of the Scheme for


continuation of Generation Based
Incentive (GBI) for Grid Interactive
Wind
Power
Projects
for the 12th
Financial
Support
for extending

Wind

subsidy for installation of 68,000


Numbers of Solar Photovoltaic lights
and
small capacity
systems through
Guidelines
for Implementation
of

Central

Central

Solar Power Project


Solar PV
Solar Thermal

Wind Resource Assessment in


Uncovered/ New Areas under NCEF
Scheme
andfor
subsequent
Guidelines
the setting up of 750

Central

MW grid connected solar PV


projects under JNNSM with Viability
Gap
Funding support
from National
Implementation
of Biomass
Gasifier

Central

Solar Power Project

based projects for Rural Areas and


Grid Connected during the
remaining
periodofofthe
theDevelopment
12th Five
Implementation

Solar PV

of Solar Cities Programme during


2013-2014 and rest of 12th Five
Year
Plan of 10,000 nos. of solar
Installation

Solar PV

photovoltaic water pumping


systems for irrigation prupose
implemented
National
Bank
Installation of through
17,500 nos.
of SPV

Solar PV

water Pumping System in Rajasthan,


Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar
Pradesh,
Maharashtra,
Chhattisgarh,
Installation
of 23,500 nos.
SPV

Central

Central

Central

Central

Solar Power Project


Solar PV
Solar Thermal

power plants of 1 kWp capacity each


for Domestic household in selected
states
Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar
Mission

Central

Solar Power Project


Solar PV
Solar Thermal

Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar


Mission-Phase II

Central

Solar PV

Central

Biofuel

Localization of Solar Energy through


Local Assembly, Sale and Usage of
One Million Solar Study Lamps
(CFL/LED)
National Biofuel Policy

Central

Off-grid
Small Solar
Solar PV

Central

Off-grid

Off-grid and decentralised solar


application scheme: Operational
guidelines for Grid Connected
rooftops
andOff-Grid
small solar
Scheme For
andpower plant
Decentralized Solar Cooker
Programme

Central

Small Hydro Power

Scheme to provide financial support


for identification of new potential
SHP sites

Central

Off-grid
Small Solar
Solar PV

Andhra Pradesh

Solar Power Project

Supplementary guidelines for


implementation of Solar Pumping
Programme for Irrigation and
Drinking
Water under
Off GridPolicyand
Andhra Pradesh
Solar Power
2012

Andhra Pradesh

Wind

Andhra Pradesh Wind policy

Andhra Pradesh

Solar PV

Policy on net metering for solar grid


interactive roof-top and small SPV
power plants in the State

Arunachal Pradesh

Small Hydro Power

Small Hydro Power Policy, 2007

Assam

Small Hydro Power

Policy for Small Hydro Power


Development

Bihar

Bagasse/Biomass
Bihar Policy for promotion of New
Non-Fossil Fuel Based Cogeneration and Renewable Energy Sources 2011
Small Hydro Power
Solar
Solar PV
Power Project
Chhattisgarh State Solar Energy
Policy 2012

Chattisgarh

Chattisgarh

Chattisgarh

Bagasse/Biomass
Small Hydro Power
Solar Power Project
Wind
Wind

Policy Directives on Incentives to


units generating power from nonconventional energy sources in
Chhattisgarh
Policy Promotion for Power
Generation from Wind

Gujarat

Solar PV
Solar Thermal

Solar Power Policy 2009

Gujarat

Wind

Wind Power Policy 2013

Haryana

Small Solar
Solar Power Project
Solar PV

Haryana Solar Power Policy, 2014

Haryana

Small Solar
Solar Power Project
Solar PV

Mandatory provision for SPV Power


Plant

Haryana

Policy for Promoting Generation of


Electricity through Renewable
Energy Sources

Himachal Pradesh

Municipal Solid Waste


Non-Fossil Fuel Based Cogeneration
Small Hydro Power
Solar
Small Power
Hydro Project
Power

Himachal Pradesh

Small Hydro Power

Policy for Power Generation from


Small Hydro Power Sources-up to
5MW

Jammu & Kashmir

Small Hydro Power

Policy for Development of Micro/


Mini Hydro Power Projects 2011

Jammu & Kashmir

Solar Power Project

Solar Power Policy for Jammu &


Kashmir

Karnataka

Non-Fossil Fuel Based Cogeneration Karnataka Renewable Energy Policy


Small Hydro Power
2009 to 2014
Wind

Karnataka

Solar Power Project

Solar Irrigation Pumpsets to Farmers

Karnataka

Small Solar
Solar Power Project
Solar PV
Solar
Wind Thermal

The Karnataka Solar Policy 20142021

Kerala

Kerala

Kerala

Himachal Pradesh Small Hydro


Power Policy above 5MW

Guidelines for the Development of


Wind Power in Government Lands
under Captive Power Producer (CPP)
through
Private Developers
Kerala Renewable
Energy Policy

Municipal Solid Waste


Non-Fossil Fuel Based Cogeneration
Small Hydro Power
Solar
Small PV
Hydro Power
Kerala Small Hydro Power Policy
2012

Kerala

Solar Power Project


Solar PV
Solar Thermal

Madhya Pradesh

Kerala Solar Energy Policy 2013

Madhya Pradesh Bio-mass based


Electricity (Power) Project
Implementation Policy 2011

Madhya Pradesh

Small Hydro Power

Policy for implementation of Small


Hydel-Power based electricity
projects in Madhya Pradesh, 2011

Madhya Pradesh

Solar Power Project

Policy for the Implementation of


Solar Based Projects in Madhya
Pradesh 2012

Madhya Pradesh

Wind

Wind Power Project Policy 2012

Maharashtra

Bagasse/Biomass
Small Hydro Power
Solar Power Project
Solar
Small PV
Hydro Power

New Policy for Power Generation


from Non-conventional sources of
Energy 2008

Manipur

Small Hydro Power


Solar Power Project
Wind

State Policy on Renewable Sources

Meghalaya

Small Hydro Power


Solar Power Project

Policy for promoting generation of


Power through Non-conventional
Energy Sources for Meghalaya

Orissa

Non-Fossil Fuel Based Cogeneration


Small Hydro Power
Solar PV
Solar
Thermal
Bagasse/Biomass

Policy Guidelines on Power


Generation from Non-Conventional
Energy Sources.

Rajasthan

Wind

Policy for Promoting Generation of


Electricity from Wind

Rajasthan

Solar Power Project


Solar PV
Solar Thermal

Rajasthan Solar Energy Policy 2014

Maharashtra

Punjab

Rajasthan

State Hydel Policy For Development


Of Small Hydro Power Projects
through Private Sector Participation

New and Renewable Sources of


Municipal Solid Waste
Energy (NRSE) Policy of Punjab Non-Fossil Fuel Based Cogeneration 2012
Small Hydro Power
Policy for promoting generation of
Electricity from Biomass 2010

Tamil Nadu

Small Solar
Solar PV

Chief Ministers Solar Rooftop


Capital Incentive Scheme

Tamil Nadu

Solar Power Project

Tamil Nadu Solar Energy Policy 2012

Uttar Pradesh

Small Hydro Power

Policy Guidelines for the


Development of Small Hydro Power
Projects

Uttar Pradesh

Solar Power Project

Solar Power Policy Uttar Pradesh


(UP) 2013

Uttar Pradesh

Small Solar
Solar PV

Uttar Pradesh Rooftop Solar


Photovoltaic Power Plant Policy,
2014

Uttarakhand

Small Hydro Power

Policy on Hydro Power Development


by Private Sector in the State of
Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand

Bagasse/Biomass
Municipal Solid Waste
Non-Fossil Fuel Based Cogeneration
Small
Hydro Power
Bagasse/Biomass

Uttarakhand State Government


Policy for Harnessing Renewable
Energy Sources

West Bengal

West Bengal Policy on CoMunicipal Solid Waste


generation and Generation of
Non-Fossil Fuel Based Cogeneration Electricity from Renewable Sources
Small Hydro Power
of Energy,2012

Nodal Agency

Issue Date

Indian Renewable Energy


Development (IREDA)

04 sept 2013

Ministry of New and Renewable


Energy (MNRE) and National Bank
for Agricultural and Rural
Development
(NABARD)
ministry of New
and Renewable

28 February 2014

Energy
State Nodal Agencies

25 October 2013

All State Nodal Agencies / State


Nodal Departments and other
concerned implementing agencies
will
be responsible
to implement
All State
Nodal Agencies

23 January 2014

State Renewable Energy


Development Agency

27 March 2014

State Renewable Energy


Department

05 March 2014

State Nodal Agencies

24 January 2014

17 January 2014

Ministry of New and Renewable


11 January 2010
Energy (MNRE) Government of India

State Nodal Agencies

24 January 2014

Superseeded date

Ministry of New and Renewable


Energy

June 26, 2014

Ministry of New and Renewable


Energy

June 26, 2014

Ministry of New and Renewable


Energy

July 2, 2014

Ministry of New and Renewable


Energy

September 22,2014

New & Renewable Energy


26 September 2012
Development Corporation of Andhra
Pradesh (NREDCAP)

March 31, 2017

31 December 2017

April 11, 2008

Andhra Pradesh -Energy Department 25 March 2013

Arunachal Pradesh Energy


Development Agency (APEDA),
Government of Arunachal Pradesh

24/01/2008

01 March 2007

Bihar Renewable Energy


Development Agency (BREDA)

14 June 2011

Chhattisgarh Renewable Energy


Development Agency (CREDA)

24 June 2016

2012 31/03/2017

Chhattisgarh State Renewable


Energy Development Agency
(CREDA)
Chhattisgarh State Renewable
Energy Development Agency
(CREDA)

07.08.2006

Gujarat Energy Development


Authority (GEDA)

January 06,2009

March 31,2014

Gujarat Energy Development Agency 25 July 2013


(GEDA) shall be the nodal agency for
implementation of the Wind Power
Policy
2013.Energy
The Nodal
Agency shall September 4,2014
Renewable
Department,
Govt. of Haryana
Haryana Renewable Energy
Development Agency (HAREDA)

September 3,2014

Haryana Renewable Energy


Development Agency (HAREDA)

29/03/2010

Himachal Pradesh Government


Energy Development Agency
(HIMURJA),

2006, amended in January 2008

31 March 2016

Himachal Pradesh Government


Energy Development Agency
(HIMURJA)
<font style='color:black; backgroundcolor:Lime;'>Jammu</font> &
Kashmir Energy Development
Agency
(<font
style='color:black;
Jammu and
Kashmir
Energy
18/03/2013

2011

Development Agency (JAKEDA)


Karnataka Renewable Energy
Development Ltd (KREDL)

2009

Karnataka Renewable Energy


Development Ltd

October 01, 2013

Karnataka Renewable Energy


Development Limited (KREDL)

22 May 2014

Agency for Non-conventional Energy 06 November 2004


and Rural Technology (ANERT)
Agency for Non-conventional Energy
and Rural Technology (ANERT)
Agency for Non-conventional Energy 03 October 2012
and Rural Technology (ANERT)

2014

31 March 2021

Agency for Non-Conventional Energy 25 November 2013


and Rural Technology (ANERT)
Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikas Nigam
Limited (MPUVNL)

2011

Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikash Nigam 03 November 2011


Limited (MPUVNL)
Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikash Nigam
Limited

2012

Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikas Nigam


Limited (MPUVNL)

30 January 2012

Maharashtra Energy Development


Agency

14 October 2008

Maharashtra Energy Development


Agency (MEDA)

09 September2005

13 April 2013

Manipur Renewable Energy


Development Agency (MANIREDA)
Meghalaya Non-Conventional and
Rural Energy Development Agency
(MNREDA)
Orissa Renewable Energy
Development Agency (OREDA)

03 December 2005

Punjab Energy Development Agency


(PEDA) is the nodal agency for the
implementation of the NRSE Policy
on
behalf ofRenewable
the Govt. of
Punjab.
Rajasthan
Energy
26 February 2010
Corporation Limited
Rajasthan Renewable Energy
Corporation Limited

July 08,2012

Rajasthan Renewable Energy


Corporation Limited

October 08,2014

03 December 2015

Tamilnadu Energy Development


Agency
Tamil Nadu Energy Development
Agency (TEDA)

2012

Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable


Energy Development Agency
(UPNEDA)

2013 31 March 2017

Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable


Energy Development Agency
Uttarakhand Renewable Energy
Development Agency (UREDA),
Uttarakhand Renewable Energy
Development Agency (UREDA)

01January 2008

West Bengal Green Energy


Development Corporation Limited
(WBGEDCL)

05 June 2012

Vision

Objectives
Generation
1. To broaden the investor base2. To
incentivize actual generation with
the help of a generation/outcome
based
incentive.3.
entry
The main
objectiveTo
of facilitate
the project
is
to provide clean and better light to
individual households in rural, semiurban and urban areas where the

i) To enable scaling up of size of


750 MW
projects thereby leading to
economies of scale of projects under
JNNSM;\\nii) To facilitate speedier

The Goal of the program is to


promote the use of Renewable
Energy in Urban Areas by providing
support to the Municipal

The objective of the National Solar


Mission is to establish India as a
global leader in solar energy, by
creating the policy conditions for its

The Policy aims at mainstreaming of


biofuels and, therefore, envisions a
central role for it in the energy and
transportation sectors of the

To ensure that a minimum level of


biofuels become readily available in
the market to meet the demand at
any given time. An indicative target

1.To encourage, develop and


promote solar power generation in
the State with
a view to meet the growing demand

Net metering facility to be provided


to the consumers to generate solar
power for self-consumption and
feeding
excess
powerprivate
into the grid Maximum Capacity is 25 MW.
This policy
envisages
participation in development of
small hydro projects with certain
attractive incentives. Apart from

1.To encourage, develop and


promote solar power generation in
the State
2. To enhance private sector

To create conditions conducive for


the involvement of private sector or
public
private sector participation in

The main objective of this policy is


to attract investors for the
development of the states water
resources
antargets
environment
friendly
1. To meetinthe
set under

To harness Green and clean


Renewable Energy Sources in the
state for environment benefits and
Energy

Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar


Mission (JNNSM)\n2. Promotion of
R&D
and facilitation
of technology
1. Development,
propagation
and
promotion of Renewable Energy
sources and Technologies.
2.
Development
of Eco-friendly
The
state has around
18 lakh

4200 MW from all RE sources


identified under this policy

irrigation Pumpsets and there is


demand for more. These sets
consume
a large
amountofofminimum
To add solar
generation
2000 MW by 2021 in a phased
manner by creating a favourable
industrial
atmosphere.
To translate
This part of
the guidelines
addresses CPPs (Developer) can undertake
the development of wind power in wind power projects such that the
Government lands under CPP
total installed capacity from the
category
throughpropagation
private
project(s) will not exceed the
1.Development,
and
promotion of Non-conventional
Energy sources.
2.Exploitation
Natural resources
1.Enhance the of
contribution
of
environmentally benign natural
resources to the socioeconomic
development of the State and to

This Policy sets a goal of


commissioning 150 MW additional
capacity from Small Hydro Power
Projects by 2017 through private

Mainstream the use of solar energy


in the energy mix of Kerala in an
inclusive manner to ensure optimal
usage of the available solar potential

i. Increase the installed capacity of


the solar sector in the State to
500MW by 2017 and 2500 MW by
2030; \\\\\\\\nii. Contribute to long

1.To promote pollution free small


hydel power generating projects
with private sector participation\n2.
To
clearly
defineparticipation
the incentives
1.To
encourage
of and
Private Sector to set up Solar Power
based projects in the State.
2. To define the incentives and

1.To harness the green power with


the help of private sector.
2.To create suitable environment for
attracting
private
sector generation
investment
With a view
to promote
of grid grade power through NonConventional Energy Sources in the
context of non pollution renewable

1.Protecting the Environment


2. Generation of employment in
large scale
3.Generation of Grid-quality power

The State of Rajasthan is poised to


establish itself as a leader in solar
power generation
and a pioneer in providing energy

1.10000-12000 MW capacity in next


10-12 years; Grid Parity in 7-8 years
2.Promoting solar manufacturing
capabilities through fiscal incentives;

1.To achieve energy security.


2. To reduce carbon emissions.
3. To project Tamil Nadu as a Solar
Hub.
With a view to maximize the
utilization of small hydro power
potential, a
policy
has beengeneration
formulated
to use of
1.To promote
and
clean and green power in the State
by harnessing solar energy.
2. To put in place an appropriate

To create conditions conducive to


Private Sector/Community
Participation in power projects
based
on RE Sources
in the State. In
The objective
of the Renewable
Energy Policy for this State is to
promote and facilitate the growth of
generation of electricity from

Grid Connected

Sale to Discom

Generation Based Incentive (GBI)


Under this scheme, GBI would be
provided to wind electricity
producers @Rs0.50 per unit of
electricity fed into the grid for a

To ramp up capacity of gridconnected solar power generation


to 1000 MW within three years by
2013

Grid Connected Utility Scale - 1600


MW; Grid Connected roof top 400
MW

GoMP will promote setting up of


Solar Power projects for direct sale
to MP Discoms/MP Power
Management Company Ltd. The

Wind-2000 MW Cogeneration1000MW Biomass-400 MW SHP100 MW

600 MW by 2017

5 MW - MNRE

1500 MW

500 MW by March 2017

20 MW

500 MW

RE non Solar

Unlimited

Preferential Tariff

The electricity generated from the


WTGs commissioned from
8.08.2012, may be sold to GUVNL
and / or any Distribution Licensee

NA

Unlimited

At mutually agreed rates

Capacity target and Pe


Third Party Sale

Sale through REC

Captive Use

The State will promote Solar Power


Developers to set up Solar Power
Plants for sale of power to 3rd
party/States other than Andhra

The State will promote Solar Power The State will promote Solar Power
Developers to set up Solar Power
Developers to set up Solar Power
Plants for sale through RE (Solar)
Plants for captive use
Certificate mechanism. The Solar

500-1000 MW

For grid connected projects, there is


no capacity limit for sale through
REC . As per the Madhya Pradesh
Electricity Regulatory Commission

Unlimited

1150 MW

acity target and Period


Rooftop PV and Small Solar Competitive Bidding

Solar Power Plants along with Solar PV

HAREDA shall invite proposals from


IPPs through competitive bidding
route and the IPPs will be asked to
offer their most competitive rate on

Selection of projects to sell power to


DISCOMs will be through tariff based
competitive bidding process

1) 2013-14- 300MW 2) 2014-15400MW 3) 2015-16- 500 MW


50 MW

550 MW

200 MW

350 MW

SPV

Installation of 68,000 SPVs

No specific details on Capacity


Installed
Target type
capacity

Minimum 5MW

500 MW by 2017 and 2500 MW by


2030

500 MW/Year

Solar Thermal

Solar RPO

Others

10000 Nos of SPV Pumps in 2 years

Installation of 17,500 SPV pumps


for Irrigation purpose in 2 years time
23500 Nos of SPVs

To achieve 15 million sq. meters


To ramp up capacity up to 3000 MW To deploy 20 million solar lighting
solar thermal collector area by 2017 by 2017 through the mandatory use systems for rural areas by 2022.
and 20 million by 2022.
of the renewable purchase
obligation by utilities backed with a

Minimum 5MW

400 Nos. of Solar irrigation


pumpsets

Off grid applications

To promote programmes for solar


off grid applications reaching 1000
MW by 2017 and 2000 MW by 2022

Sale to multiple locations

Sale through REC

the Power Purchase Agreement as


required, will be executed between
solar power producers and the
Procurer as per the

Renewable Energy Certificate (REC)


mechanism promotes trading of
solar power to meet solar purchase
obligations (SPO). All the obligated

Sale to Discom

Offtake arrangement
Sale to Third party /outside state
Sale to Captive

If the Open Access is granted to any


developer, they shall pay the
applicable Open Access charges and
losses as approved by Andhra

The IPP /Users society can contract


to sell power to to the Assam State
Electricity Board (ASEB)/Successor
Company will be mutually

The developer under IPP/MPP/CPP


category may be allowed after prior
approval of the Government to sell
power
statecan
of contract
The IPPoutside
/Users the
society
to sell power to any consumer
outside the state,

This policy will promote sale of


power to DISCOM to fulfill
Renewable Purchase Obligation
(RPO)

The project developer may sell to


If power is less than 1 MW. Captive
third party/utilize generated power use is permitted
at the place of generation or at any
other
place
forpromote
the captive
The state
will
Solaruse,
Power The state will promote Solar Power
developers to set up solar power
developers to set up solar power
plants for captive use or sale of
plants for captive use or sale of
power to third party or other states power to third party or other states

As per the state electricity board


decided tariff

As per the state electricity board


decided tariff

As per the state electricity board


decided tariff

1. The wheeling of electricity


generated from the Wind Power
Generators, to the desired
location(s) within the State, shall be

Sale at the tariff to be determined


by the Jammu & Kashmir State
Electricity Regulatory Commission
(JKSERC)
The power generated from Solar
Power Project can be sold to
Distribution Companies. Tariff will
be determined by J&K Electricity

If KSEB is not intending to purchase


the excess power from the CPP,
then the CPP is permitted to sell the
power in excess over their

The Wind Power Projects availing


open access for third party sale shall
be liable to pay open access charges
and losses as applicable to normal

Wheeling of power to consumption


site at 66 KV voltage level and
above. The wheeling of electricity
generated from the Wind Power

Licensee/ Utilities will undertake to


transmit on its grid the power
generated by power producers using
non-conventional energy sources as

Licensee/ Utilities will undertake to


transmit on its grid the power
generated by power producers using
non-conventional energy sources as

IPP shall be required to pay the


open access charges, T&D losses as
per the regulations of the regulator.
The power generated from Solar
Power Project can be sold to any
third party within or outside the
state.Tariff will be determined by

The power generated from Solar


Power Project can be availed for
captive use

Power may be sold to MP Electricity The developer may sell power to a


Trading Company /Distribution
third party
Company. The tariff would be as per
the orders from MP Electricity

Through competitive bidding route. PPA between producer and procurer


PPA between DISCOM and the
developer
As per the orders of M.P. Electricity As per the orders of M.P. Electricity
Regulatory Commission
Regulatory Commission
50% of the power generated has to
be sold to Maharashtra State
Distribution Company Ltd. (MSEDCL)
at
upDiscom
by Maharashtra
Canthe
berate
soldfixed
to any
within
Can be sold to any third
State
party/trading company within State
Mutually settled price

Energy from the Project, not utilised


during the year by the Developer for
his captive use will be treated as
sold to GRIDCO/ DISTCOS at the

Through preferential tariff

RPO as per Orders of RERC

Sale as per Agreement with


DISCOM/ RVPN

Yes

RPO as per Orders of Rajasthan


Electricity Regulatory Commission
(RERC)RERC

Competitive Bidding and REC

Sale as per Agreement with


DISCOM/ RVPN
NA

Power can be sold to Uttar Pradesh Solar Power Developers who want
Power Corporation Limited (UPPCL) to set up projects under this policy
through competitive bidding
and do not want to sign a PPA with
distribution utility of UPPCL and

ment
Power Purchase Agreement Sale to State Electricity BoardNo specific details on Offtake type

The sale of electricity by power


producers of Energy supply
company will be governed by the
power purchase agreement

KSEB will have the first right to


purchase the energy, if any,
generated by the CPP over their
captive consumption requirement at

KSEB and eligible producers under


this policy, intending to sell power
to KSEB/to wheel/ to bank will enter
into a Power Purchase Agreement The State Transmission Utility /
Kerala State Electricity Board shall
have the first right of purchase the
power generated by IPPs and

KSEB will have first right of refusal


for the power from the plants
established in private lands /
premises, except in cases of

This will be signed for projects when


the sale is to third party, to DISCOM,
captive use, sale through REC and
for projects under JNNSM

The State Power Department and


eligible producers under this policy
will enter into a Power Purchase
Agreement for a minimum period of

Power Purchase Agreement (PPA)


with the Licensees to be approved
by Orissa Electricity Regulatory
Commission (OERC)

Yes

Yes

The Power Department Government


of Manipur will purchase electricity
offered by the developer as a
minimum rate of Rs. 2.25/- unit,

Will be signed between UPPCL and


successful bidders (developers) for
a period of 10 years

Between developer and the host


utility at the price determined
through competitive bidding

Others

Generating Company

State Electricity Board

GENCO will determine the


specifications of the evacuation
facilities required, including the
interconnection point and voltage

ASEB will determine the


specifications of the evacuation
facilities required, including the
interconnection point and voltage

KSEB/ STU will carry out upkeep and


maintenance of pooling substation
and evacuation line upto KSEB
interconnection
point. The
Kerala State Electricity
Board will
undertake to augment the substation capacity at its cost to receive
the
generated
by the eligible
Any power
modification
/ upgradation
of
the substation of the KSEB, which
draws power from the project and
line strengthening beyond inter-

A Generating Company, intending to


set-up a NRSE Plant, does not need a
licence or prior approval or consent
from any authority as envisaged in

Gr
TRANSMISSION SYSTEM ANDDeveloper-Interfacing
EVACUATION
arrangements
Developer
with costing to be developed an

The maintenance of Transmission


system upto the inter-connection
point shall be the responsibility of
the Project Developer. The entire

The Project Developer may,


however, shift interconnection point
closer to his project if 33 kV
substation comes closer to project

The responsibility of getting


connectivity with the transmission
system owned by the STU / CTU or
any other transmission utility, as

Power producer will bear the


wheeling and transmission losses as
per actual.

The Power generated from a solar


power project shall be injected as
per grid code to the nearest
substation of CG

grid interfacing will be as per the


state electricity board

The sale of power from such


generation project to the grid or
using the greed for wheeling of
power the third parties will require

. Wheeling through CSEB

Transmission related activities

Developer shall tie up with


HPSEB/PGCIL for arrangements of a
suitable integrated transmission
system at mutually agreed wheeling

The Project Developer shall make


arrangements for evacuation of
power from the Project to the
Board's/PGCIL's
Sub-station
Interfacing including
transformers,
panels, kiosks, protection, metering,
H.T. Lines from the points of
generation to the HPSEB
The IPP shall be responsible for
developing the necessary
infrastructure to facilitate the
connectivity / synchronization with
The developer shall take all
necessary steps to facilitate
synchronization with the successor
company to match the existing local

KSEB/ STU will provide its surplus


transmission capacity available with
it for wheeling power from the wind
generating station to their captive

Necessary main and check meters


having import-export registering
facility and allied equipments as
prescribed
KSEB/ STU
shall be
Interfacing,by
including
transformers,
panels, kiosk protection, metering,
HT lines from points of generation
to
the nearest
HT linetransformers,
etc. as well as
Interfacing
including
panels, protection, metering, as well
as maintenance shall be undertaken
by developer as per the specification

The Developer shall construct and


maintain the tie lines/ evacuation
lines up to the pooling substation, at
their own cost.

Plants requiring grid connectivity


shall make application to the utility
as per the standards in place and the
utility shall provide connectivity if

Interfacing arrangements, including


the transformer panels, protection,
metering etc., from the point of
view
of generation
nearest
The developer
shallto
bethe
responsible
Developers will install metering
for laying of power evacuation line equipments at their own cost as per
from generating station to the
specifications and provisions of
nearest
substation
or
Interfacing
arrangements,
including MPERC Regulations on metering and
the transformer panels, protection,
metering etc., from the point of
generation to the nearest sub-

Interfacing, including transformers,


panels, kiosk, protection metering
High Transmission (HT) lines from
the
points ofincluding
generation
to the
Interfacing,
transformers,

Developer can establish operate &


maintain a generaing power plant
without any licensee if the project is
approved Government of

panels kiosk, protection metering,


HT lines from the points of
generation
to therequired
nearest to
HTconnect
lines
Grid Interfacing,

Two separate meters, one for the


receipt of power to the grid and
another for release from the grid,
will
be installed
the HT
by
A Developer
mayonutilize
theside
Power

the generating units, will have to be


constructed by the
Developers/Promoters,
all at theirof
Interfacing, including installation

generated through the Power Plant


for Captive use at the place of
generation
or open
access to seek
If power is not
sold to

transformers, panels, kiosks,


protection and metering equipment
on LT/ HT side of the generating

PSPCL/LICENSEE on Preferential
tariff on long term basis then
developer
required
to lay its
Developer shall
shall be
develop
& maintain
the Grid Code. Grid Connectivity
charges shall be paid to the
DISCOM/RVPN
within 3 months
Interfacing arrangements
with of
costing to be developed and
maintained

The grid connectivity and associated


evacuation facilities from the solar
power plant substation/switchyard
to distribution/transmission system

The infrastructure and facilities of


UPCL will be made available to all
IPPs for wheeling the generated
energy.

The IPP shall be responsible for


laying lines for connectivity to the
nearest grid substation at the
appropriate voltage, which will

Interfacing equipments, including


transformers, panels, kiosks,
protection metering, as well as their
maintenance will be undertaken by

Grid Interfacing
Transmission Company

Distribution Company

Transmission & Distribution Augmenta

The Power generated from a solar


power project shall be injected as
per grid code to the nearest
substation of CG

Evacuation facility from the Solar


Substation to the Gujarat Energy
Transmission Corporation (GETCO)
shall be approved by GETCO after

The Power generated from a solar


power project shall be injected as
per grid code to the nearest
substation of CG

The metering point shall be at the


66 kV pooling substation located at
the Wind farm site and
Interconnection point shall be the

As per Haryana State Electricity


regulatory Commission (HERC)

The infrastructural facilities of TU, as


available, will be provided to IPPs
for wheeling and transmitting the
generated energy.

For supply of balance power (other


than committed power to J&K), the
State Transmission/Distribution
networks of

Karnataka Power Transmission


Company Limited will undertake the
augmentation of transmission lines
and lying of new lines and receiving

KSEB shall initially bear the


expenditure for erection of hightension sub stations and
transmission infrastructure. ANERT

Specifications for the grid interfacing


shall be provided by Madhya
Pradesh Power Transmission
Company
Limited
(MPPTCL)
The Madhya
Pradesh
Power and /or All officials of the
Transmission Company Limited
MPPTCL/respective Distribution
(MPPTCL) and /or the concerned
Company shall be given access by
Distribution
in the state of the developer to inspect the meters.
SpecificationCompany
for the transmission

The developer shall be free to


construct his own dedicated
transmission lines from the point of
generation
to consumption
point.
MPPTCL and/or
the concerned

lines will be given by Madhya


Pradesh Power Transmission
Company
Limited
(MPPTCL) and
The evacuation
arrangement
will/or
be

construct his own dedicated


transmission/distribution lines from
the point of generation to

with Maharashtra State Electricity


Transmission Company Limited
(MSETCL) after commissioning

Distribution Company will undertake


the augmentation of sub-station(s),
if
required.
The
developer shall be free to

As per dispensation emerging from


the tariff and procurement process
determination exercise initiated by
MERC.
Power Department, Government of
Manipur will undertake to transmit
on its grid the power generated by
eligible producer and make it

The meters and metering boxes will


be sealed by the The State
Transmission utility. The State
Transmission utility will undertake GRIDCO/DISTCOS may also maintain
the same by mutual agreement on
payment of annual charges as per
the rules and regulations of
The PSPCL/LICENSEE/PSTCL will
Punjab State Power Corporation
undertake to transmit/wheel the
(PSPCL/LICENSEE) shall provide
surplus power through its grid, and
jumpers at the interconnection
make
available will
to the
producer
for
point
as definedshall
in applicable
Powerit Producer
terminate
their
RVPN/DISCOM
provide the

33kV power evacuation feeder to


inter-connection facility one month
nearby RVPN's 132/33kV or
before scheduled COD
220/132/33kV
GSSthe
or location
any other
RVPN will finalize
of the Sale of Power through REC will takes
receiving substation in consultation palce through PPA executed
with RERC
between Developer/Power producer
and the Discom

transmission line shall be


constructed by the STU or Discom,
whoever owns the feed in
substation.

The UPCL will determine the


specifications of the evacuation
facilities required, including the interconnection
and voltage
UPCL/PTCULpoint
will undertake
toand
transmit through its grid the power
generated and make it available to
the
producer for
captive
use or third
Maintenance
of the
evacuation
system will be carried out by the
transmission/distribution licensee at
charges to be decided by the

The responsibility of getting


connectivity with the transmission
system owned by the Discom/STU
will lie with the Project Developer.

For evacuating energy from the


generation site, requisite network of
transmission/ distribution lines
would be provided by Uttarakhand

Costing

Open Access for Third Party Sale


No specific details on Grid Interface

Borne by the developer

Renewable Energy Project


Developers will bear the cost of
transmission lines from the project
site to the substation as per grid

The Developer shall pay 50% of their


share towards the cost of
establishment of pooling substation
and evacuation line from the pooling

The developer shall arrange on his


own for Ability Based Tariff metering
on his own expenses for which
suitable
and metering
In case themeter
developer
sells power to
Third Party Consumers/ Licensee
distributor/ Power Trading Company
then
it shall be shall
bound
payment
The Developer
befor
responsible
for payment of all wheeling and
transmission charges to the
MPPTCL/respective Distribution

Cost to be paid by developer/power


producer to RVPN/Discom for civil
works and cost on its
interconnection with electrical

Capacity in MW

Completion Time

Time Schedule/Penalty Provisions


Penalty

1 year is the time period for the


installation of the SPVs

Delay up to one month - 20% of the


total Performance BG on per day
basis and proportionate to the
Capacity not commissioned in lots of

18 months

25 MW

18 months from date of signing of


the MoA, the agreement shall stand
automatically terminated. Upfront
payment
shall
befrom
forfeited
because
36 months
from
the date
of
receipt of all statutory approvals and
clearances by the IPP/Users society.
24 months from commissioning and

Developer shall be required to


complete and commission the
allotted SOlar Power Projects

3 years from the date of obtaining


the statutory clearances

Developer shall complete the


project after obtaining all necessary
statutory clearances within a period
of six months from the date of

24 months for commissioning

Up to 5 MW- 35 months; More than


5 MW and up to 10 MW- 40 months
; More than 10 MW up to 25 MW48
17 months
months for PV and 24 months for

developer shall have to compensate


for the loss of free electricity which
will be equivalent to the delay in
power generation as per the time

Thermal
36 months

Should be completed within 24


months of the approval

INR 100000/MW

15 months

INR 500000/MW

Upto 10 MW

Upto 10 MW for Solar PV

SPV -13 months from the date of


signing PPA and Solar Thermal 28
months from the date of signing PPA

48 Months

It is mandatory for the Developer to


start the work of the project within
six months of getting all the
necessary statutory clearance.

Automatic cancellation of the


allotment of the site, and forfeiture
of upfront premium amounts. No
compensation would be payable to

y Provisions
Extension Period

No specific details on PenaltyOpen


type Access for 3rd party sale

If open access is granted to any


developer or beneficiary , they shall
have to pay the applicable open
access charges and losses approved

There shall be no open access


charges for solar projects for
wheeling the power within the state

If there is a delay in completion of


post registration activities within the
stipulated timeline and the cause of
delay is beyond the control of the

More than 9 months delay

9 to 15 months delay

Open access charges shall be


payable according to the Open
Access Regulations, Tariff
Regulations and Co-generation &

Other

40 percent of project cost

Bio-ethanol already enjoys


concessional excise duty of 16% and
biodiesel is exempted from excise
duty. No other Central taxes and

Grid Connectivity & Evacuation


Energy
facility
Banking facility

Energy banking facility is allowed at


mutually agreed terms and
wherever required approval of
appropriate regulatory commission

In case the Commercial Operation of


the Project is achieved prior to the
Scheduled Commercial Operation
Date (COD), the quantum of free

Net metering facility will be


extended to Solar power systems
installed on commercial
establishments and individual

The banking facility shall be allowed


for a period of one year by the
Licensee/ Utilities free of cost.
However, withdrawal of banked

Contract Demand reduction: The


Industrial units which are the
consumers of MP State Electricity
Board/Subsequent Company, shall

Contract demand reduction: The


Industrial Consumers opting to buy
power from Solar Power Project
under category II and III shall be

PSPCL/LICENSEE/PSTCL will provide


facility of irrevocable and revolving,
Letter of Credit issued by any
nationalized bank. The amount of

KSEB shall create necessary


evacuation facility beyond the
pooling station for the projects with
capacity less than or equal to

The private developer shall not be


required to obtain Government
permission for the right of way for
construction of transmission line

The host and obligated distribution


utilities shall provide revolving
Letter of Credit from a nationalized
bank as a payment security

Additional benefits under Central


Identification
Government
andand
assistance
Respective
for
Loans
selection
State
asgovernment
perof
MNRE
sites and State Governm

As biofuels are derived from


renewable biomass resources they
will be eligible for various fiscal
incentives and concessions available

All New and Renewable Energy


projects will be entitles for benefits,
available as notified from time to
time, under the policies of the

BREDA/Bihar State Hydro Power


Corporation (BSHPC) will provide
necessary information and
assistance regarding identification

Loans as per guidelines and


incentives or schemes of the
Government of India and or
Government of Bihar, India

The projects under this policy will be


eligible for all incentives by MNRE
and the State Government

IPP will be eligible for central


financial assistance as per the
standing guidelines of MNRE, GoI.

The various concession and


incentives allowed by Ministry of
New And Renewable Energy
/Government
Indiaberegarding
The beneficiaryOfshall
free to
select any Solar Irrigation Pumpset
of their choice from the
empanelled suppliers and then

The various concession and


incentives allowed by
MNRE/Government of India for
detailed survey & investigation

For the promotion of development


of small Hydro Power (Up to 25
MW), various incentives/financial
assistances
are announced
from
All the incentives
provided under
the Uttar Pradesh State Industrial
Policy,2012 will be applicable on the
power plants based on solar energy.

The various concession and


incentives allowed by the Ministry of
New and Renewable
Energy/Government Of India

Permission to use water from RPO


canal or river

Energy Cess

In case of power generation from


mini/micro/small hydel schemes,
project developer shall be allowed
to use canal water- fall or river

The state Government is committed


to procure & utilize the Renewable
Energy power as required and
determined by Government of

All distribution licensees and KSEB


shall follow the renewable energy
purchase obligation as decided by
the Kerala State Electricity

The RPO will be as per the West


Bengal Electricity Regulatory
Commission (Co-generation and
Generation of Electricity from

Industrial Grant

Electricity Duty

Wheeling and Transmission Charges

All Solar Power projects will be


exempted from paying Electricity
Duty for captive consumption and
third party sale within the state.

There will be no wheeling and


transmission charges for wheeling of
power generated from the Solar
Power Projects , to the desired

Transmission system: The State


Transmission Utility (STU) and the
prospective developer shall enter
into a proper

The electricity generated from the


New and Renewable Energy projects
shall be exempted from electricity
duty.
Wheeling and Transmission charges
for sale will be as per Chhattisgarh
Electricity Regulatory Commission
(CSERC) charges
Electricity generated from non-

As per the industrial policies of


Chhattisgarh State

conventional energy sources sold to


third party or consumed by the
party itself will be exempted from

Electricity generated from the SPP 2% of the energy fed to the grid till
and used for self consumption/ sale the charge is determined by Gujarat
to third party/sale to licensees shall Electricity Regulatory Commission
be exempted from payment of

The electricity generated from the


Wind turbine generator/s shall be
exempted from payment of
Electricity Duty, in accordance with

All new projects will be treated as


Industry in terms of Industrial
Policy , 2005 and all the incentives
available to new projects will be

Non-conventional energy sources


power generation and its sale to the
Licensee/ Utilities or third party or
for its captive use shall be exempted

Wheeling for captive use within the


State shall be allowed by HPSEB at a
fee of 2% (including system
losses).For sale/captive use of

Generation of electricity from


Renewable Energy Sources will be
treated as Industry under the
provisions of the Industrial policy

All new projects producing power


from Renewable Energy Sources is
to be given industry status. Eligible
producers generating electricity

Power sold to third party, self


consumption or sale to licensee shall
attract 4 paisa per unit electricity
duty as per J&K Electricity Duty Act wheeling charges @ 5 %will be
applicable subject to the KERC
norms.

KSEB will undertake to transmit on


its grid the power generated by
eligible producer and make it
available
him forascaptive
Wheelingto
charges
per theuse
rateor
fixed by KSERC from time to time
will be levied from the developer.
T&D losses in the Transmission &

The energy generated from the


Wheeling charges and T&D losses
plants under this policy shall be fully will not be applicable for the Captive
exempted from the Electricity duty. Solar generators within the state
Projects under this policy shall
Exempted from electricity duty for a
receive the status of industry and
period of 10 years from the date of
shall be eligible for all the incentives commissioning of the project.
under
theimplemented
Industrial Promotion
Projects
under this

Wheeling charges would be


provided by the MP Power
Transmission Company Limited as
decided
MPpower
Electricity
In case ofbythe
salesRegulatory
to third

policy shall receive the status of


industry and shall be eligible for all
the
provided
under
The incentives
Solar projects
implemented

party MPPTCL or related State


Distribution Company shall facilitate
wheeling
power at
the
Facility ofof
wheeling
will
berates
available

All Solar power projects (including


under this Solar Policy will have the captive units) will be eligible for
status of industry and will be eligible exemption from payment of
for
all benefits
under Industrial
electricity
and cess for
period
Projects
implemented
under this
For captiveduty
consumption
anda third
policy shall receive the status of
party sale the installed project shall
industry and shall be eligible for all be entitled to receive exemption
the incentives provided under
from
Electricity
Duty &
for
Powerpayment
used forofcaptive
purpose

to all solar power projects through


Madhya Pradesh Power
Transmission
Ltd within
Sale of powerCompany
to Third party
the State, the related Distribution
Company shall avail a wheeling
grant at the rate of 4.0 percent from

third party sale will not be levied


with electricity duty for 10 years

Eligible producers generating


electricity from Non-Conventional
Energy Sources will be treated as
eligible industry under the schemes

CPPs shall be exempted from


Electricity Duty on the self
consumption of electricity only for
first
five yearsof
after
commissioning if
Consumption
electricity
generated by eligible producer for
its captive use or for sale to a
nominated
third
party will be
Consumption
of electricity
generated by eligible producer for
its captive use or upon sale to a
nominated
third
party will Power
be
A power plant
Generating

All projects developed under this


policy will be treated as industry in
terms of industrial policy of the
state
Yes and all the incentives available

No transmission charges shall be


from Non-conventional Sources set levied for CPP or NRSE maintenance
up after the effective date shall be for a period of 5 years from the date
deemed
to be a new
100% Electricity
Dutyindustrial
for powerunit. of commissioning.
consumed from state licensee
during construction and testing of
the
project shall
be waived.
Consumption
of electricity

Yes

generated by Power Producers for


its captive use will be exempted
from
Yes Electricity Duty @ 50% for a

Yes

Yes

Yes

Exemption from electricity tax to the


extent of 100% of electricity
generated from solar power used
for
selfgeneration
consumption/sale
to utility
Power
from small
hydro

The wheeling charges for wheeling


of power generated from the Solar
Power Projects, to the desired
locations for captive use/third party

power project shall be exempted


from electricity duty.

Projects allotted before the date of


publication of this Policy in the
official Gazette shall continue to be
governed by the policy under which

Wheeling charges for wheeling the


generated energy to third party
consumers or outside the State will
be as determined by the Electricity

Banking Charges

Incentives
Demand Cut exemption

Water availability for power

Banking of 100% of energy shall be


permitted from January to
December of that year. There will be
no banking for energy produced

Banking of Power shall not be


allowed without prior permission of
the State Government.
Developers can avail of the facility of
banking of energy within fixed
period spans of 6 months. All terms
and conditions of the banking shall

Exemption from demand cut upto


50% of the installed capacity of Solar
Power Generators (SPGs)

Producer will be allowed to use the


water for power generation through
micro/ mini/ small hydel plants. No
royalty will be charged on the water

The projects awarded under this


policy shall be exempted from the
Water user charges for a period of
Facility for banking for captive
Exemption from demand cut to the 10 years from the Commercial
use/third party sale shall be
extent of 50% of the installed
provided for a period of two months capacity of SPPs assigned for
captive
useof
purpose
shall
The banking facility for the power
Exemption
demand
cutbe
to allowed
the
generated shall be allowed as
extent of 50% of the installed
determined by KERC from time to
capacity assigned for captive use
time for the energy banked with the purpose, will be allowed.

KSEB is to permit electricity


generated by eligible producers to
be banked. 100% banking is allowed
for
the
period
from
June to
February
KSEB
will
permit
banking
facility
during a financial year subject to
availability of Grid and the rights for
banking the energy with the KSEB

As no permanent water extraction


from water courses is envisaged in
Small Hydro Power Projects, such
projects shall not attract levy of

Conditional Banking facility shall be


available to captive generators after
considering system constraints.

Banking is allowed for of 100 % of


energy in each financial year at the
rate of 2.0 % of the banked energy
as
banking
fees toofthe
concerned
Banking
of 100%
energy
in every

Developer shall be permitted to use


water at the prevailing rates of
Narmada Valley Development
Authority
or at the
determined
No water rates
shallrates
be payable
for
water consumption by small hydel
power projects. This exemption shall
be applicable only when there is no

financial year
Banking of 100 % of energy in each
financial year

The Power Department,


government of Manipur, will permit
electricity generated by eligible
producers to be banked for a period

The eligible producers will be


allowed to use water for power
generation, wherever possible. The
cost of modification(s) required, if

Banking of Energy generated though


a Captive NRSE Plant shall be
allowed on Annual basis.
The banking facility for the power
generated shall be allowed for a
period of one year by the Punjab
State Power Corporation Limited

The Power Producer shall be


allowed to use water from sources
of Water Resource Department
subject to the availability of water

Yes

The banking charges for wheeling of


power generated from the Solar
Power Projects, to the desired
locations for captive use/third party

Developers can avail of the facility of


banking of energy within fixed
period spans of 2 months, which
would
be specified
thefacility
standard
UPCL would
extendinthe
of
Banking to the developers at
mutually agreed terms.
Exemption of demand cut to the
extent of 50% of the installed
capacity assigned for captive use
purpose will be allowed subject to

Land Allotment

Subsidy

Octroi/ entry tax

Capital subsidy is limited to 40% of


the total Benchmark cost for SPV
system with battery upto 300 Wp
limited to Rs.108/- with CFL based

Zero import duty on capital


equipment, raw materials and excise
duty exemption on solar
manufacturing materials. Low

Subsidies and grants, may be


considered upon merit for new and
second generation feedstocks;
advanced technologies and

Cross subsidy surcharge shall not be


applicable for Open Access obtained
for third party sale within the state
subject to the industries maintaining

The State Government shall


facilitate in obtaining subsidies, tax
concession etc. as may be available
from the Central Government for
No entry tax will be levied by the
State Government on Power
Generation and Transmission
equipments
onRenewable
building
Entry tax on except
New and

Land will be made available by the


State Government on obtaining all
statutory clearances

Cross subsidy charges shall not be


applicable for Open Access obtained
for third party sale within the state
subject to the industries maintaining

Cross subsidy surcharge shall not be


applicable for Open Access obtained
for third party sale within the state

Energy sources devices and or


equipment and or machinery shall
be exempted.

Wheeling of wind energy for third


party sale and captive use shall be
exempted from cross subsidy
charge.

The Govt. land if required, for Power


Projects shall be allotted on lease
for 40 years @ premium of Rs. 1 per
sq.
m.Government
However, in land
case ifofrequired
non
If the

3% interest subsidy shall be payable


on the working capital facilities
available from the commercial banks
to IPPs for a period of 5 years

No entry tax will be levied by the


state Govt. on Power
generation/transmission equipment
and building material used for

would be acquired by JAKEDA for


the developer and would be leased
out
at a certain
rent/premium
Karnataka
Renewable
Energy as per
Development Limited will sublease
the the developed lands to the
Renewable Energy developers for a

Renewable Energy equipment and


materials shall be exempted from
Entry Tax /Octroi.

4% subsidy shall be provided for the The equipments procured before


wheeling charges for a period of 10 the commissioning of the biomass
years.
power project will be exempted
from
All theentry tax
equipments/plants/machinaries
brought into the state for use in the
small
hydel power
projects shall
The equipments
purchased
for be
installation of Solar power plants
under the policy shall be exempted
from VAT and entry tax

Encouragement to cooperative
sector: a subsidy of 11% of the total
share capital of the project shall be
paid
from
Greenwill
Energy
Fund for up
the
Capital
subsidy
be applicable

100% refund of Octroi Tax / Entry


Tax for equipments of Wind Power
Project will be made through Green
Energy
Fund by MEDA.
Yes

to 5 MW Capacity Small Hydro


Projects based on Kolhapur type
weir waterfall run of the river. Up to

The Government land required for


Biomass Power Plant shall be
allotted to Power Producer at
concessional rates of 10% of DLC

Yes

Octroi on NRSE fuels to be used for


energy generation and NRSE
devices/equipment/machinery for
NRSE Power Projects shall be fully

The necessary land for setting up


the small hydro power projects with
sub station shall be acquired by the
state government and transferred to

In case of power generation from


Municipal Solid Waste, if
Government land (belonging to
Urban Local Bodies/Panchayats) is

The State Government will levy no


entry tax on power generation,
transmission equipment and
building material for projects.

Stamp Duty and Registration Tax


charges
Exemption

No specific details on Incentive type

The State Government shall


facilitate in obtaining subsidies, tax
concession etc. as may be available
from
Central
1.For the
project
uptoGovernment
5 MW, therefor
will
be no royalty, provided entire
energy generated is sold within the
state of Assam. 2. For above 5 MW,

Local area development will be


exempted on plant, machinery,
equipment that has been capitalized
in view of the provisions of section

1.Mortgage deed in favour of the


financing institutions required to be
signed by the promoters shall be
exempted from payment of stamp

The various agreements executed by


the Renewable Energy project
developers with different
departments of Government

Developer is eligible for 50%


exemption on stamp duty on
purchase of private land for the
project

In case the Developer purchases


private land for the project, then
they will be eligible for an
exemption of 50% on stamp duty

The exemption from VAT/Entry


Taxes for wind power plants shall be
available in accordance with the
Madhya
Pradesh
Government
If co-operative
sugar
factory installs
Baggase Based Cogeneration Power
Project / Energy Generation Project
Yes

Eligible producers will be eligible for


sale tax exemption/sales tax order
deferment under the provision of
schemes
notified inwill
thisbe
respect
by
Eligible Producer
eligible
for Sales Tax/ VAT deferment/
remission under the provision of
schemes
notified
in decision
this respect
by
In pursuance
of the
taken

100% exemption from payment of


fee and stamp duty for
registration/lease deed charges for
the land required for the project.

by all the States and Union


Territories regarding reforms in
Sales Tax, the Government have

Tax concessions as per TN Industrial


Policy will be allowed.
No acquisition fee as well stamp
duty for registration of land shall be
charged by the Govt. for the land
acquired for the development of

No taxes and charges other than


those stipulated in this policy would
be levied by the State Government
and its agencies of the Regulator on

Solar Park

REC

No grid connectivity charges

Projects under this policy are


eligible to claim REC benefits.
Injection of electrical units into the
dedicated grid for its captive use by

Yes

Yes

VAT Refund

Royalty

Generation Based Incentive (GBI)


Under this scheme, GBI would be
provided to wind electricity
producers @Rs0.50 per unit of
electricity fed into the grid for a

VAT for all the equipments/material


required for solar power projects
included in the list Notified by
energy department shall be entitled

Royalty on water usage in shape of


free power to the State from the
Small Hydel Projects having installed
capacity
upto
is waived
Royalty @
12%(5.00MW),
shall be charged
after the period of 10 years from
the date of commissioning of the
Hydel Projects up to 2MW capacity.

The Value Added Tax applicable on


various Renewable Energy
equipments and instruments as well
as the Energy Efficient and Power

The equipments purchased for


installation of Solar power plants
under the policy shall be exempted
from
VAT and
entry
Exemption
from
VATtax

The producer will be allowed to use


the water for power generation.
Royalty on the water used for small
Hydro Projects will be charged as

To promo the usage /generation


from NRSE, manufacturing & sale of
NRSE devices/systems, and
equipments / machinery required

On all projects governed by this


policy, royalty payment for the first
15 years of operation would be
exempted
in alland
cases
of sale
of
In Micro, Mini
other
RE projects
governed by this Policy, no royalty
payment would be charged. In Small
Hydro projects governed by this

Single Window Clearance


Security Package/Letter of Credit

Government Land

New & Renewable Energy


Development Corporation of Andhra
Pradesh (NREDCAP)

A High Level Selection Committee


comprising of subject specialists will
examine the proposals of the
prospective developers and submit

Nodal Agency (CREDA) will act as a


single window clearance for Solar
power projects

Government land in the industrial


area, if available and identified by
the developer, may be leased in
accordance with Government of

Land would be leased out to the


party, keeping in view their
minimum requirement, by Industries
Department
Govt.byofthe
Chhattisgarh,
The land owned
Government
will be given to the developer for 30
years or period of project whichGujarat Energy Development Agency ever is earlier. The government land
(GEDA) and Gujarat Power
Corporation Limited (GPCL)

Requires approval from


Coordination Committee

HAREDA would act as a single


window clearing Agency for all
Renewable Energy Power Projects
for facilitating necessary clearances

The State Govt. will acquire land if


necessary at the cost of
Independent Power Producers (IPP)
if a request to that effect is made.

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will
be the
Nodal Agency
Jammu
& Kashmir
Energyfor <font
Development Agency (JAKEDA)
A State Level Empowered
Committee with the Chief Secretary
Government Of Karnataka as
Chairman will provide single window

The barren Government lands,


reserved, as per the industrial
planning for industrial use, at
declared Renewable Energy sites,

KREDL will be the nodal agency for


facilitating and implementing
this\\npolicy.

KSEB is to provide facilities of an


irrevocable, divisible, revolving and
confirmed stand by Letter of Credit
by any Nationalised Bank. The

Central Clearance Agency :An


appraisal committee with
representatives from ANERT, KSEB,
Power Department (Government of

Government land will be licensed to


CPPs on payment of a licensing fee
for the development of wind power
for a period of 20 (twenty) years

KSEB shall be the single window


service provider for grid connected
support.

Department shall take the


possession of land belonging to
Water resources department or
other
departments
of State
There other
shall be
a set of qualification

MPUVNL would provide the single


window clearance for the projects
under this policy.

criteria fixed by the GoMP for the


prospective Developers proposing to
develop
projects
government
Permission
to useon
the
land shall be
provided for establishing aerogenerator on the basis of footprints,
approach
road
up to for
theindustrial
aeroBarren land
suitable
activities would be granted by Govt
of Maharashtra for 30 years lease
period
charged
per for
thethe
prime
Land lease
charges
GoMWRD

Manipur Renewable Energy


Development Agency (MANIREDA) is
a State Nodal Agency
for
developing
and promoting and
NonMeghalaya
Non-Conventional

land at the rate of Rs.1/kW of


installed capacity/ Year with 5% hike
every year.

Rural Energy Development Agency


(MNREDA), as a state nodal agency
for developing and promoting used

Setting up of NRSE projects involves


sanctions/clearances from a number
of Government
Agencies/Departments.
The State
RREC- All necessary approvals;
Govt Land
facilitation of loans grants; Land
allotment; selection of bididng
process;
with Govt and Land will be allotted at a
RajasthanCoordination
Renewable Energy
Corporation Ltd- All necessary
approvals; facilitation of loans
grants;
Land
allotment;
selection of
RREC- All
necessary
approvals;

concessional rate of 10% of the DLC


rate. Maximum land available is
5hect/MW
security deposit
Reservationwith
and aAllotment
of Govt.of

facilitation of loans grants; Land


land as per the provisions of
allotment; selection of bidding
Rajasthan Land Revenue (Allotment
process; Coordination with Govt and of Land for setting up of Power plant

Various statutory clearances that


are essential for the development
and
commissioning of Solar Energy

Nodal Agency will act as single


window clearance for Solar Power
Projects. Nodal Agency will ensure
that all relevant government orders

The land if required shall be made


available to private invest or for
setting up the small hydro power
project, for period of 30 years on

Setting up of RE projects involves


sanctions/clearances from a number
of Government Agencies/
Departments.
The will
State
The Nodal Agency
act as a Single The permission for use of
Window for obtaining assistance
Government land will be given for
from all line Departments. The
30 years or the project life
Nodal Agency will clearly identify
whichever is less. Vested land will be

Private Land

Land Allotment
Project developer will procureNo
land
specific details on Land Type

The land required for construction


of the project and other allied
infrastructures, as may be applied by
the developer, shall be acquired and

The project developer may purchase


private land directly from the
owners, on their own.

Land will be acquired by the govt.


and made available to the party at
acquisition cost. No service charges
will
be payable
use
ofbe
thecarried
land.
1.Acquisition
offor
land
will
out as per the ideal rehabilitation
policy under land acquisition act of
the State Government.2. ) If

Wind Turbine Generators (WTGs)

KREDL will make arrangements to


purchase land from suitable private
land directly from the owners of the
land. as per the section 79(a), 79(b)

The prime responsibility for


identifying the land for renewable
energy shall be with the developer.
Government shall endeavor to

Any Developer willing to establish


power generation projects based on
Solar Energy (Solar PV/Solar
thermal) on private land under this

Can be purchased from the Khatedar


as per Ceiling Act 1973. 10%
conversion charge from private to
industrial
land
hascapacities
to be paidfor
Ceiling of 50
MW
allotment of land in initial Phase.

The developer will arrange the


entire required quantum of land
through direct purchase from /
suitable agreement with the land

Inprinciple Clearance

Other Promotional Schemes CDM Benefits

1.The Solar Purchase Obligation will


be gradually increased while the
tariff fixed for Solar power purchase
will decline over time.

National Biofuel Coordination


Committee: The Committee would
meet periodically to provide overall
coordination, effective end-to-end

Minimum Support Price (MSP) for


oilseeds should be announced and
implemented with a provision for its
periodic revision so as to ensure a

Carbon financing opportunities


would also be explored on account
of avoidance of CO2 emissions
through plantations and use of

1. Principal Secretary, Energy


Department
2. Principal Secretary, Industries and
CIP

The State Government shall allow to


the extent of 50% share of Carbon
Credit benefit as may be available
from Carbon Trading under CDM.

Empowere Committee comprising of solar parks and rooftop solar power


Principal Secretary,Director-CREDA projects would be encouraged
etc

GEDA & GPCL

The solar power project developer


will pass on 50% of the gross
benefits of CDM to the Distribution
licensee with whom PPA is signed.

The sharing of net proceeds on


account of CDM benefits realized
through sale of CER generated from
corresponding annual energy

Projectv Approval Committee under


the chairmanship of Administrative
Secretary , Science & Technology
Department.
Allotment Committee: A committee In order to facilitate Renewable
under the Chairmanship of Principal Energy project financing and Energy
Secretary, Energy Department will Conservation and Efficiency
consider for allotment of capacity of measures Green Energy Fund

Central Clearing Agency

1.Fluorescent and Compact


Fluorescent Lamps (CFL) are made
mandatory in all new Hospitals,
Hotels, Government Offices and

The project developer shall pass on


the gross benefits of CDM to the
distribution licensee with whom the
PPA
is signed
as per the
regulations
Karnataka
Renewable
Energy
Development Limited will facilitate
to avail CDM benefits in case of
Renewable Energy projects and

Project Clearance and


Implementation Board (PCIB): This
board will deal with the cases
related
to the difficulties
Project Clearance
and in the
Implementation Board (PCIB): The
cases relating to removal of
difficulties coming in the way of

Developers shall receive the carbon


credit benefits as per the guidelines
of Madhya Pradesh Electricity
Regulatory
Commission
Carbon credits
or any other similar

Promotion of Solar Technology


Parks: The state would take
appropriate steps to set up solar
parks to promote investment in

incentives which are available for


such small\nhydel power projects
shall be made available to the

Carbon credits or any other similar


incentives which are available for
such wind power projects shall be
made available to the developer as

State Developer Advisory Council:


State Level Advisory Council (SLAC)
headed by the Chief Secretary as
Chairman
andAdvisory
Chairman
of
A State Level
Council
will
be constituted to monitor the
process of generation of electricity
through Non-Conventional Sources

Empowered Committee of
Administrative Secretaries for
according statutory and nonstatutory
NRSE
State Levelclearances
ScreeningofCommittee

State Level Screening Committee

State Level Screening Committee

Area Reserved for Biomass Power


Plants above 5 MW - 60 km and
above
Decentralized and Off-Grid Solar
Applications; Development of Solar
Parks in State with more than 1000
MW
NA capacity; Promotion of Solar
The Solar Power Producer will pass
benefits of CDM to the distribution
licensee with whom PPA has been
signed as per appropriate

Empowered Committee: An
Empowered Committee under the
Chairmanship of the Honourable
Minister for Electricity will accord

Development of Solar Parks: Utility


scale solar parks may comprise 250
MW in sizes of 1 to 5 MW, 600 MW
in
of 5 to
10facilitate
MW andPrivate
650 MW
Tosizes
promote
and

The promoter can trade the


Certificates to the SPO consumers
within the
regulated price band as dictated by

sector participation in setting up


small hydro power projects in line
the provisions
energy will
policy
Empowered committee constituted with
Provision
of special of
incentive
be
will oversee the overall
made by the State Government on
implementation of this scheme and case to case basis for such solar
shall be empowered to issue any
farms where many power plants

Empowered Committee of
Administrative Secretaries if formed
for approvals/ clearances
Single Window Empowered
Committee: The
clearances/approvals, which are not
accorded within the specified

Projects covered under this Policy


may not involve cheapest form of
generating energy. However,
keeping
All risks, their
costs,environment
and efforts friendly

Green Fund: In order to finance


various initiatives for development associated with the availing of
of RE in the
carbon credits
State, a Green Energy Fund shall be shall be borne by the generating

Contact Details

Last Reviewed

Indian Renewable Energy


Development Agency (IREDA),
3rd Floor,
August
Bhawan,
MinistryKranti
of New
and Renewable

25 March 2014

02 April 2014

Energy (MNRE)
SPV
Division
Ministry
of New and Renewable
Energy

August 12, 2014

Ministry of New and Renewable


Energy (MNRE)
Block 14, CGO Complex
Lodhi
Road
Ministry
of New & Renewable

02 April 2014

02 April 2014

Energy,
Block No. 14, CG.O. Complex,
Lodi
Road,
Ministry
of New
New Delhi-11003
and Renewable

02 April 2014

Energy
Block - 14, CGO Complex
Lodhi
Road,
Newand
Delhi
- 110 003
Ministry
of New
Renewable

02 April 2014

Energy
(MNRE)
Block
14,of
CGO
Complex
Ministry
New
and Renewable

02 April 2014

Energy (MNRE)
Block 14, CGO Complex
Lodi
Road,
003
Ministry
of New
New Delhi-110
and Renewable

02 April 2014

Energy (MNRE)
Block No. 14, CGO Complex, Lodi
Road

20 September 2013

20 September 2013

Ministry of New and Renewable


Energy (MNRE)
Block 14, CGO Complex,
Lodhi
Road
Ministry
of New and Renewable
Energy (Coordinating Ministry),
Block-14, CGO Complex,
Lodhi Road,

02 April 2014

20 September 2013

Ministry of New and Renewable


Energy
Block - 14, CGO Complex
Lodhi
Road,
Newand
DelhiRenewable
- 110 003
Ministry
of New
Energy
Block - 14, CGO Complex
Lodhi
Road,
Newand
Delhi
- 110 003
Ministry
of New
Renewable

July 07, 2014

July 07, 2014

August 12, 2014

Energy

New & Renewable Energy


19 September 2013
Development Corporation of Andhra
Pradesh (NREDCAP),
5-8-207/2,
Pisgah Complex,
Energy Department
December 2013
Government of Andhra Pradesh
New & Renewable Energy
19 September 2013
Development Corporation of Andhra
Pradesh (NREDCAP),
5-8-207/2,
Pisgah Complex,
Arunachal Pradesh
Energy
02/09/2013
Development Agency (APEDA),
Government of Arunachal Pradesh,
Department
Power,
Assam EnergyofDevelopment
Agency, 24 September 2013
Government of Assam,
Bigyan Bhawan,
Near
Building,
Bihar IDBI
Renewable
Energy

19 September 2013

Development Agency (BREDA)


3rd Floor, Sone Bhavan,
'Birchand
Patel
Marg",
Chhattisgarh
State
Renewable

19 September 2013
Energy Development Agency
(CREDA),
Department
Energy,
Government 19 September 2013
Chhattisgarhof
State
Renewable
Energy Development Agency
(CREDA),
Department
Chhattisgarh State Renewable
19 September 2013
Energy Development Agency
(CREDA),
Department
of Energy,
Government
Gujarat Energy
Development
Agency 11 September 2013
4th floor, Block No. 11 & 12 Udyog
Bhavan,
Sector -11 Gandhinagar-382 017,

Gujarat Energy Development Agency 19 September 2013


(GEDA)
4th floor, Block No. 11 & 12
Udyog Bhavan

Haryana Renewable Energy


Department ( HAREDA)
Akshay Urja Bhawan
Institutional
Plot No.1
Haryana Renewable
Energy

September 10,2014

20 September 2013

Department ( HAREDA)
Akshay Urja Bhawan
Institutional
Plot No.1
Himachal Pradesh
Government

05 September 2013

Energy
Development Agency (HIMURJA),
Block
Himachal Pradesh Government

05 September 2013

Energy Development Agency


(HIMURJA),
Block
8-A
SDA
Complex,
Jammu
and
Kashmir
Energy

17 September 2013

Development Agency (JAKEDA),


181, Jawahar Nagar,Near Matador
Stand,
Jammu and Kashmir Energy

13 September 2013

Development Agency (JAKEDA),


181, Jawahar Nagar,Near Matador
Stand,
Karnataka Renewable Energy

19 September 2013

Development Ltd (KREDL)


No.39,"Shanthigruha"
Bharath
Scouts
& Guides
Building,
Karnataka
Renewable
Energy

08 May 2014

Development Ltd
Head Office Bangalore
Karnataka Renewable Energy
Development Ltd (KREDL)
No.39,"Shanthigruha"
Bharath
Scouts
& Guides Building,
Agency for
Non-conventional

11 June 2014

19 September 2013

Energy and Rural Technology


(ANERT)
Department
Agency for Non-conventional Energy 19 September 2013
and Rural Technology (ANERT)
Department of Power,
Government
of Kerala,
Agency for Non-conventional
19 September 2013
Energy and Rural Technology
(ANERT)
Department

The
Director

02 April 2014

ANERT
Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikash Nigam 19 September 2013
Limited,
Urja Bhawan, Link Road
No-2,
Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikash
19 September 2013
Nigam Limited (MPUVNL)
Urja Bhawan, Link Road
No-2,
Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikash
19 September 2013
Nigam Limited,
Urja Bhawan, Link Road
No-2,
Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikash Nigam 04 September 2013
Limited,
Urja Bhawan, Link Road No-2,
Shivaji
Nagar,Energy Development 19 September 2013
Maharashtra
Agency
MHADA Commercial Complex, II
floor,
Maharashtra Energy Development

19 September 2013

Agency
MHADA Commercial Complex, II
floor,
Manipur Renewable Energy

03 September 2013
Development Agency (MANIREDA),
SAI Complex Takyel,
Imphal
795001,
Meghalaya
Non-Conventional and 20 September 2013
Rural Energy Development Agency,
Near BSF Camp,
P.O.
Mawpat,
Odisha
Renewable Energy
19 September 2013
Development Agency,
S-59, Mancheshwar Industrial
Estate,
Punjab Energy Development Agency 19 September 2013
(PEDA)
Solar Passive Complex,
Plot.
no. 1 &
2,
Rajasthan
Renewable
Energy
19 September 2013
Corporation Limited
E-166, Yudhishthir Marg,
C-Scheme,
Rajasthan Renewable Energy
Corporation Limited
E-166, Yudhishthir Marg, C-Scheme,
Jaipur-302005
Rajasthan Renewable Energy
Corporation Limited
E-166, Yudhishthir Marg, C-Scheme,
Jaipur-302005

19 September 2013

Tamil Nadu Energy Development


Agency (TEDA)
E.V.K Sampath Maaligai,
5thfloor,
No.68,
Tamil
Nadu
Energy Development

11 June 2014

19 September 2013

Agency (TEDA)
E.V.K Sampath Maaligai,
5thfloor,
No.68,
Uttar
Pradesh
New and

19 September 2013

Renewable Energy Development


Agency(UPNEDA),
Vibhuti
Khand,New and Renewable
Uttar Pradesh

19 September 2013

Energy Development
Agency(UPNEDA),
Vibhuti Khand,

Uttarakhand Renewable Energy


Development Agency (UREDA),
Energy Park Campus,
Industrial Area,
Uttarakhand
Renewable Energy
Development Agency (UREDA),
Energy Park Campus,
Industrial
Area,
Patel Nagar,
West Bengal
Renewable
Energy
Development Agency
Bikalpa Shakti Bhawan,
Plot No. J-1/10, Sector V,

05 September 2013

05 September 2013

20 September 2013