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Solar incentives in India

Solar incentives in India

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Solar PV in India Regulation, setup and simplified project returns
Bhaskar Deol deol.bhaskar@gmail.com +44 (0) 753 667 0734

Mission background
• The Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission is a major initiative by the Indian central government • Mission anticipates achieving
o Grid parity by 2022

o Parity with coal based power by 2030
o Significant number of off-grid applications for meeting rural needs which are cost-effective

• The solar natural resource in India is bountiful
o 5000 trilli
Solar PV in India Regulation, setup and simplified project returns
Bhaskar Deol deol.bhaskar@gmail.com +44 (0) 753 667 0734

Mission background
• The Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission is a major initiative by the Indian central government • Mission anticipates achieving
o Grid parity by 2022

o Parity with coal based power by 2030
o Significant number of off-grid applications for meeting rural needs which are cost-effective

• The solar natural resource in India is bountiful
o 5000 trilli

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Solar PV in India
Regulation, setup and simplified project returns
Bhaskar Deoldeol.bhaskar@gmail.com+44 (0) 753 667 0734
 
Mission background
The Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission is a major initiative by the Indian centralgovernment
Mission anticipates achieving
o
Grid parity by 2022
o
Parity with coal based power by 2030
o
Significant number of off-grid applications for meeting rural needs which are cost-effective
The solar natural resource in India is bountiful
o
5000 trillion kWh energy potential over India’s land area
o
Average 4-7 kWh/m
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April 29, 2010Bhaskar Deol 2
 
Overview of the national solar mission
Solar MissionUtility connectedapplicationsSolar collectors Off-grid applicationsManufacturing Solar R&D
Renewablepurchase obligationfor power utilities
Applicable to solarthermal and solarPV
Will be phased toincrease as solartariff declines
Focus onapplications below80 ºC
First two phases willpromote proven andcommercially viablesolar heatingtechnologies
Mandate solarheaters throughbuilding laws
Create certificationmechanisms formanufacturers
Provide soft loans
Remote villageelectrification for10,000 villages
90% subsidy for off-grid villages
Promotion of solarlighting for grid-connected areas vialow-cost bank credit
Setup rural powerplants in remoteareas
30% capital subsidyfor
“innovative”
applications
Re-financing facilityfor financialinstitutions
Soft loans for SMEsin manufacturing
Could incentivizefor promotion of PV,solar PV as well asbalance of systemcomponentmanufacture
Focus on efficiencyand applicationengineering
Focus on storage
Focus on humanresourcedevelopment
Pilotdemonstrationsplants for varioustechnologies andapplications, e.g. asolar thermal plantwith storage, ahybrid plant withcoal, etc.
April 29, 2010Bhaskar Deol 3

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