- The previous solar policy, introduced in 2015, aimed to produce 2600 MW of energy by 2020, but
the initiative failed due to some flaws
- This new policy is introduced in order to sort out the flaws of the previous policy. JREDA partnered with a nonprofit research institute to draft the new policy.
(By Aastha Tiwari)
The new policy will create job opportunities
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Jharkhand is approx. 45MW. According to government officials, the new policy is progressive and will attract
investors. Along with this, many other projects have been introduced in the new policy, such as floating solar project,
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high channel solar project, etc.
The new policy was introduced to address flaws in the previous solar policy
The previous solar policy, introduced in 2015, aimed to produce 2600 MW of energy by 2020, but
the initiative failed due to some flaws and could not attract private investors. This new policy is introduced to
To encourage families to use solar panels on rooftops in cities, a subsidy of up to 80% of the total installation cost will be given to people with an annual income of less than Rs 3 lakhs.