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KARNATAKA RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY 2 !"#$
To %arne&& Green' C(ean Rene)a*(e Energy +o,r-e& for Env.ronmenta( *enef.t& / Energy +e-,r.ty
P,*(.&0e1 *y KREDL
PROCEEDING+ O2 T%E GO3ERN4ENT O2 KARNATAKA
Sub: Karnataka Renewable Energy Policy 2009-14-reg. PREA4BLE5
Building on it current trengt! and a ca"acity o# 2400 $egawatt % Karnataka intend to e tabli ! a dyna&ic renewable ector wit! e&"!a i on di##erent #or& o# generation-wind% &ini !ydro% bio &a % co generation and olar. '!ere i need to !a(e a clear "olicy #ra&ework to "ro(ide and u tain e##ort in t!i direction. '!e energy con u&"tion in t!e State i antici"ated to be around )4%000 $* "er annu& by 201+. ,t "re ent% renewable energy ource contribute to about 4)00 $* o# energy "er annu& -11.+./ out o# t!e total 40%000 $* a(ailable #ro& (ariou in talled ca"acitie . 'o ac!ie(e a 20. !are% t!e renewable energy ource are re0uired to contribute 12%100 $* by 2014. '!i nece itate a renewable energy ca"acity addition o# ))00 $2 by 2014. , clear3cut "olicy i % t!ere#ore% e ential to regulate and en ure "eedy de(elo"&ent o# renewable energy. 'ill now% t!e State did not !a(e a clearly "elt out "olicy #or de(elo"&ent o# Renewable Energy. Karnataka Renewable Energy 4e(elo"&ent 5i&ited -KRE45/ i "ro&oting RE "ro6ect t!roug! "artici"ation o# t!e "ri(ate ector in wind% &ini !ydro% bio-&a % co-gen re "ecti(ely. 4e "ite igni#icant ac!ie(e&ent % de(elo"er !a(e co&"lained o# &any i&"edi&ent in t!e 0uick re olution o# t!e "ro6ect . , e ed again t our "otential in Renewable Energy% t!e State can acco&"li ! &ore ub tantial ac!ie(e&ent to &ake it t!e nu&ber one Renewable Energy State in t!e 7ountry. '!e Renewable Energy Policy ai& at y te&atic and #a ter de(elo"&ent o# Renewable Energy ource to ac!ie(e a ca"acity o# ))00 $2 by 2014. 8n it "art% KRE45 !a atte&"ted to "ro&ote Renewable Energy in t!e State in a nu&ber o# way . '!e e include: a. Encouraging t!e "ri(ate ector to identi#y and de(elo" &all ca"acity "ro6ect in wind% &ini !ydel% bio &a % co-gen re "ecti(ely. b. 7reate an in#or&ation network #or ad(ancing RE under tanding t!roug! co&&unication% education and "ublicity. c. Pro&ote e&"!a i on green energy% !ar&#ul e##ect o# global war&ing and o9one layer de"letion.
d. Start de&on tration "ro6ect to e tabli ! co t e##ecti(ene % econo&ic (iability and t!e reliability o# (ariou tec!nologie -eg. 2ind Pro6ect at Sogi and $a(in!unda/. e. :re0uent interaction wit! de(elo"er to en ure ca"acity addition e;"editiou ly. #. Pro&ote greater awarene and co&"liance wit! energy con er(ation and energy e##iciency i ue . '!e new Renewable Energy Policy atte&"t to ti&ulate addition to ca"acity generation by a &ini&u& o# 1000 $2 eac! year. <t !a t!e #ollowing ub tantial ob6ecti(e : a. ,dditional ca"acity o# 4200 $2 by 2014. b. E&"!a i on Energy 7on er(ation and Energy E##iciency by a a(ing o# 1+00 $* "er year -900 $2 by 2014/. '!e "olicy "ro"o ed contain o&e key &ea ure to addre and en ure ub tantial ca"acity addition in t!e ne;t + year : t!e con traint
Renewable Energy de(elo"&ent i to be cla i#ied a an =<ndu try>. 5and i % t!ere#ore% to be &ade a(ailable to t!e de(elo"er by t!e ?o(ern&ent t!roug! allot&ent by t!e 7o&&erce and <ndu trie 4e"art&ent Single 2indow Sy te&. '!i will ob(iate t!e e;ten i(e ti&e delay currently taking "lace wit! t!e de(elo"er !a(ing to obtain "er&i ion #or "urc!a ing land #ro& t!e 4e"uty 7o&&i ioner o# t!e di trict or ot!er &ode o# "urc!a e. , ?reen Energy ce at R . 0.0+ "er unit on co&&ercial and indu trial con u&er to generate R . ++ crore annually. 8ut o# R . ++ crore to be collected a ce % a "art will be et a ide #or Energy 7on er(ation :und% "art #or Renewable Energy Pro6ect :inancing and trengt!ening t!e e(acuation y te& and t!e re&ainder #or an integrated in#or&ation and co&&unication "rogra&&e in t!e State. -Pro(i ion #or t!e a&e !a been &ade in t!e tari## "ro"o al #iled by t!e 4i tribution 7o&"anie /. 7on titution o# a State 5e(el E&"owered 7o&&ittee !eaded by t!e 7!ie# Secretary to co-ordinate de"art&ental i ue and clearance in Renewable Energy Pro6ect . En#orce&ent o# ti&e #ra&e #or co&"letion o# "ro6ect i.e. @ year #ro& t!e date o# clearance . <n kee"ing wit! conte&"orary re0uire&ent and to utili9e (ariou en(iron&ental credit a(ailable% it i "ro"o ed t!at t!e KRE45 be tran #or&ed into a dyna&ic re ult oriented entity. 2it! ub tantial kill and ca"acity addition
)0)D2009 dated 2@. '!e Karnataka Renewable Energy Policy 2009-14 !all co&e into e##ect #ro& t!e date o# it "ublication in t!e 8##icial ?a9ette and will re&ain in #orce till 2014 or until #urt!er order . 7. '!e dra#t RE Policy !a been di cu ed at (ariou o##icial le(el % including t!e 7!ie# Secretary on 22. '!i 8rder i ue in con ultation wit! :inance 4e"art&ent% :ore t% En(iron&ent B Ecology 4e"art&ent and 7o&&erce B <ndu trie 4e"art&ent% etc.% and wit! t!e a""ro(al o# t!e 7abinet (ide Co.12. Se(eral con ultation were !eld wit! take!older . <n lig!t o# t!e abo(e% a deci ion !a been taken by t!e ?o(ern&ent to #or&ulate and ado"t a Renewable Energy Policy #or t!e "eriod 2009-2014. Aence t!e #ollowing 8rder:- GO3ERN4ENT ORDER No6 EN 78$ NCE 2 9' BANGALORE' DATED5 #!T% :AN.R'$EC' 4 .nne. '!e dra#t "olicy wa circulated a&ong tec!nical e.KRE45 will acti(ely take u" i&"le&entation o# t!e RE Policy including Energy E##iciency% 7on er(ation% 4e&and Side $anage&ent and 74$ acti(itie .2009.2009.10."lained in t!e "rea&ble% ?o(ern&ent i "lea ed to announce t!e Karnataka Rene)a*(e Energy Po(.ure."ert % #inancial con ultant % renewable energy de(elo"er and ?o(ern&ent 4e"art&ent . ociation . BY ORDER AND IN T%E NA4E O2 GO3ERNOR O2 KARNATAKA +1<" =K6:AIRA:> ADDITIONAL C%IE2 +ECRETARY TO GO3ERN4ENT' ECER?E 4EP. '!e o"inion and ugge tion o##ered by (ariou 4e"art&ent !a(e been taken care o# and t!ey !a(e been incor"orated uitably in t!e "olicy.-y 2 !"#$ a detailed in t!e .ARY 2 # 6 <n t!e circu& tance e.
ke(y tota( .nve&tment =R& -rore& A at -.&e Rene)a*(e Energy Target an1 Cap.t. '!i "olicy will be a""licable to all t!e Renewable Energy Pro6ect anctioned "rior to t!e co&&ence&ent o# t!e "olicy and t!o e Renewable Energy Pro6ect in t!e "roce o# de(elo"&ent including already co&&i ioned Renewable Energy Pro6ect .> @6 Year ).at' 3.on RE +o.r-e 2ind Power $ini and S&all Aydro 7ogeneration in Sugar <ndu try Bio&a DBioga Target 4W 29)9 )00 211 @00 !"# )@0 100 +) )0 # "## )10 100 +) )0 ##"#2 +@0 1+0 +) )0 #2"#7 +@0 1+0 +) )0 #7"#$ +99 100 +G )0 L.erci e o# t!e "ower con#erred in "ara 24 o# t!e Karnataka Renewable Energy Policy 2009-2014% t!e ?o(ern&ent o# Karnataka i ue t!e #ollowing a&end&ent to t!e ?o(ern&ent 8rder Co: EC @+4 C7E 2001 4ated: 19 t! Fanuary 2010 under t!e !eading : $6 +-ope of t0e Po(.> Year ).ka&a +o.&e propo&e1 -apa-.GO3ERN4ENT O2 KARNATAKA No5 EN ?@ E4C A 2 < 2 # Karnataka Government +e-retar.10a' Banga(ore' 1t5 @6 862 # 6 CORRIGEND.-e&> 1+)10 2G00 1120 2100 + .ty a11.-y5" ='!e "ro(i ion contained in t!i Renewable Energy Policy will be a""licable to all t!e Renewable Energy Pro6ect .rrent pr.4 <n e.ta( Inve&tment 2 ! to 2 #$ ='!e year wi e target #or di##erent Renewable Energy Source and t!e in(e t&ent nece ary during t!e "olicy "eriod i gi(en below. +0a(( *e rea1 a& ='!e "ro(i ion contained in t!i Renewable Energy Policy will be a""licable to all t!e Renewable Energy Pro6ect anctioned a#ter t!e date o# noti#ication in t!e 8##icial ?a9ette.
I ) .t.-e&> 1+)10 2G00 1120 2100 400 1190 279! Tota( $72@ 9@2 !7@ 97@ 97@ 98@ G -6/ 5and <denti#ication #or Renewable Energy Pro6ect :I:urt!er% kee"ing in (iew t!e wel#are intere t o# t!e #ar&er % certain e0uity o# not le t!an +.&e propo&e1 -apa-.v> Lan1 Deve(opment #or Rene)a*(e Energy ProBe-t& IKarnataka Renewable Energy 4e(elo"&ent 5i&ited will ublea e t!e de(elo"ed land to t!e Renewable Energy 4e(elo"er #or a "eriod o# @0 year .ng &0a(( *e &. .t.nve&tment =R& -rore& A at -.tte16 G =.r-e 2ind Power $ini and S&all Aydro 7ogeneration in Sugar <ndu try Bio&a DBio-ga 2a te to Energy Solar PHD?SPD'!er&al Sector Target 4W 29)9 )00 211 @00 +0 12) !"# )@0 100 +) )0 10 ) # "## )10 100 +) )0 10 @0 ##"#2 +@0 1+0 +) )0 10 @0 #2"#7 +@0 1+0 +) )0 10 @0 #7" #$ +99 100 +G )0 10 @0 L.rrent pr.te1 to t0e ta*(e Year ).2a te to Energy +0 10 10 10 10 10 400 22 Tota( $2 98@ ! @ 9 @ 9 @ 92@ T0e fo((o). '!erea#ter% t!e "ro6ect will be renewed #or a "eriod o# + year at a ti&e a#ter t!e lea e "eriod ub6ect to #ul#ill&ent o# condition ti"ulated by t!e ?o(ern&ent.*&t.ty a11.I +0a(( *e om.ke(y tota( .on RE +o.#ter @0 year t!e "ro6ect tand tran #erred to t!e ?o(ern&entI +0a(( *e rea1 a& IKarnataka Renewable Energy 4e(elo"&ent 5i&ited will ublea e t!e de(elo"ed land to t!e Renewable Energy de(elo"er #or a "eriod o# @0 year . o# gro energy generated will be "ro(ided to take t!e landowner #ar&er a e0uity "artner in t!e Renewable Energy Pro6ect .
&&. <n ca e o# "otential in t!e aid location #urt!er allocation con idered a#ter ucce #ul co&&i ioning o# t!e allotted "ro6ect.NDER +ECRETARY TO GO3ERN4ENT' ENERGY DEPART4ENT6 'o: '!e 7o&"iler% Karnataka ?a9ette% ?o(ern&ent Pre #or "ublication in t!e e.r-0a&e agreement& to t0e E+CO4& ).-.tne&&e1 *y Karnataka E(e-tr.4AR> .-er& an1 ).t0 *a-k"to"*a-k arrangement6D +0a(( *e rea1 a& I'!e ale o# electricity by "ower "roducer o# Energy +..tne&&e1 *y Karnataka E(e-tr.(atory Comm.(( a&&.-.-er& an1 ). G .# =v.(( a&&.ty Reg.m.ty *y po)er pro1.&&.r-0a&e agreement& eCe-.gn t0e Po)er P.(atory Comm.(( *e governe1 *y t0e Po)er P.> +trategy for ).n1 proBe-t& I'o a(oid locking o# !uge ca"acitie t!e wind "ro6ect allot&ent will be re tricted to +0 $2 at a gi(en area eac! ti&e.pp(y Company ).pp(y -ompany ).ty Reg.r-0a&e Agreement =PPA>5 " I'!e ale o# ele-tr.tte16 BY ORDER AND IN T%E NA4EO2 GO3ERNOR O2 KARNATAKA6 +1 <" =+6:6 +A4PAT% K..r-0a&e Agreement& to t0e E+CO4& at t0e t.gn po)er p.me of a((otment6D #7=.-er& of energy &.-.tra ordinary ?a9ette and u""ly +00 co"ie to t!i de"art&ent.on6 Po)er Company of Karnataka L.te1 ).(( *e governe1 *y t0e po)er p.on6 T0e Government ).JI +0a(( *e om.te1 *et)een t0e po)er pro1.> Po)er P.r-0a&e Agreement eCe-.te1 *et)een t0e po)er pro1.
7. 14. AnneC.% 5od!i Road% Cew 4el!i. 1.ut!ority% Sewa B!a(an% R. 9. '!e 7!air&an% 7entral Electricity . '!e Secretary to AonKble 7!ie# $ini ter% Hid!ana Soud!a% Bangalore. 11. 1G. 10. '!e 7!ie# Electrical <n "ector% $y ugar Building% ?round :loor% F. '!e Secretary% $ini try o# Power% ?o(ern&ent o# <ndia% S!ra& S!akti B!a(an% Ra#i $arg% Cew 4el!i.. '!e P.ccountant ?eneral -. '!e $anaging 4irector% Karnataka Renewable Energy 4e(elo"&ent 5i&ited% L19% $a6.?. G. @. 5oganad!an <C. +. '!e P. . Road% Bangalore-02. ?en. '!e P.2009/. 9D2 $.12.7SDPrinci"al Secretarie D Secretarie to ?o(ern&ent. '!e $anaging 4irector% Karnataka Power 'ran &i ion 7or"oration 5td. '!e P. to AonKble $ini ter #or Energy% Hid!ana Soud!a% Bangalore. S?:Do##ice co"yD "are . Pura&% Sector-1% Cew 4el!i-1100)). . 20. 1@. 12.. . '!e 7!air&an% 7entral Electricity Regulatory 7o&&i ion% @rd and 4t! #loor% 7!andralok Building% @)% Fan"at!% Cew 4el!i-110001. 1+. 4. 1).K.re to Government Or1er No6 EN 78$ NCE 2 9 1ate1 5 #!6 #62 # 6 KARNATAKA RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY-2009-14 INDEE Sl Co Particular Page Co 1 .-11000@.S. 7ro % MueenK Road% Bangalore-+2. '!e Secretary% Karnataka Electricity Regulatory 7o&&i ion% )t! and Gt! :loor% $a!ala. '!e $anaging 4irector% $ES78$ D?ES78$ DBES78$ DAES78$ D 7ES78$. 19.S to 7!ie# Secretary -cabinet Section/% Hid!ana Soud!a% Bangalore.&i 7!a&ber % Co. '!e $anaging 4irector% Karnataka Power 7or"oration 5id.dditional 7!ie# Secretary to ?o(ern&ent% Energy 4e"art&ent% Bangalore 11. to 4e"uty Secretary to go(ern&ent% Energy 4e"art&ent% Hika a Soud!a% Bangalore.S to t!e .BE/% Karnataka% Bangalore. 12 S!akti B!a(an% Race 7our e Road% Bangalore-+)0001. -Co. )0)D2009 dated 2@.ll Section o# Energy 4e"art&ent. ). '!e Secretary% $ini try o# Cew and Renewable Energy% ?o(ern&ent o# <ndia% Block 14% 7?8 7o&"le. Road% Bangalore-+)0001.4.ll .% Co.7o"y to: 1. '!e . '!e 7!ie# Secretary to ?o(ern&ent% Hid!ana Soud!a% Bangalore.% Ka(eri B!a(an% Bangalore-+)0009.. 2.
-ii/ 10. -(ii/ 10. -i/ ). -(i/ 1 9 9. -(/ 10. -iii/ 10.gree&ent Settle&ent 1 1 1 1 2 2 @ @ 4 4 4 + + + ) ) ) ) ) G G G 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 9 9 9 9 9 10 9 . -iii/ 9. -i(/ 10.k !aya S!akt!i Cid!i -?reen Energy :und/ 5and Policy #or Renewable Energy Pro6ect 5and identi#ication #or Renewable Energy Pro6ect ?o(ern&ent Barren 5and &eant #or <ndu trial u e :ore t land 5and 4e(elo"&ent #or Renewable Energy Pro6ect 7on ent #ro& 4e"art&ent Statutory 7learance Renewable Energy S"ecial Econo&ic None -SEN/ <&"le&entation o# Renewable Energy Pro6ect .(ailable to <ndu trie Renewable Energy 8bligation :eed in 'ari## Solar 'ari## Roo# to" Solar 'ari## 2!eeling o# Electricity Banking o# Electricity Power Purc!a e .-i/ 9.llot&ent 7o&&ittee 7learance o# Renewable Energy Pro6ect Single 2indow 7learance E(acuation . +. -ii/ G G. -(/ G./ Hi ion $i ion 8b6ecti(e Sco"e o# t!e Policy ?oal Renewable Energy Power ?eneration Pro"o ed 'arget #or Renewable Energy ?eneration% 2009-14 Energy 7on er(ation B Energy E##iciency 'arget #or Energy 7on er(ation Eear wi e Renewable Energy target and 7a"ital <n(e t&ent 2009-14 Renewable Energy Pro6ect :inancing . 2.-(/ 10 10. -(iii/ 10. -ii/ G.1. -i(/ 9. -i/ 10. -iii/ G.-ii/ 9.2 -ii/ ) ). -i. -(i/ 10.rrange&ent 'i&e li&it #or "ro6ect co&"letion Regulatory < ue ?rant o# <ncenti(e . -i(/ G. -i/ +. -i/ G. +. @. 4.
-i(/ 1@. -ii/ 1@.-(ii/ 14. -(/ 1@.'/ <ncenti(e #or Bio&a Power ?eneration Pro6ect 5etter o# credit Regi tration Energy 7on er(ation and Energy E##iciency Strategic .ward Sc!e&e En(iron&ental < ue 5ocal E&"loy&ent 7or"orate Social Re "on ibility Education% Publicity% and . Halue . 2+. -i/ 1@. 1G. -iii/ 12. -(/ 11. -(i/ 12. 11.10. -. 21. -i/ 11.i/ 10.dded 'a. -H. 12.warene $onitoring . -i/ 12. -. -ii/ 12. 24./ 10. ?rid tie "olicy and Cet $etering E.uditing Energy 8bligation Strategy #or 2ind Pro6ect Strategy #or S&all Aydro Pro6ect Strategy #or Bio&a Pro6ect Strategy #or *rban% $unici"al and <ndu trial wa te 7ogeneration in <ndu trie Solar '!er&al and Solar P!oto(oltaic 'idal Energy and ?eot!er&al Energy Bene#it under 7lean 4e(elo"&ent $ec!ani & :acilitation 8rgani9ational 4e(elo"&ent and AR Renewable Energy Hi ion ?rou" . 1+.-(i/ 1@.ation% <nter"retation o# t!e Policy Policy <&"lication on 4e"art&ent 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 12 12 1@ 1@ 1@ 14 14 1+ 1+ 1+ 1+ 1) 1) 1G 1G 1G 1G 1G 11 11 11 11 to 20 KARNATAKA RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY – 2009-2014 1.ii/ 11. 1).&end&ent % Rela. -ii/ 11. -iii/ 1@. 11 19. -i(/ 11. 2@. -i(/ 12.-iii/ 11. -.e&"tion #ro& 4e&and 7ut Security 4e"o it and Royalty Policy on #inancial incenti(e ?o(ern&ent o# <ndia <ncenti(e Entry 'a. Vision 10 . -(/ 1@.ction Plan Energy 7on er(ation Progra& Energy 7on er(ation :und Energy . 20. 22.
Encourage the industries. The policy is valid for a 5 year period up to 20 !. commercial and household sector. &rovision of 6single window6 service for technical consultation. This policy will be applicable to all the Renewable Energy pro$ects sanctioned prior to the commencement of the policy and those Renewable Energy pro$ects in the process of development including already commissioned Renewable Energy pro$ects. $. 3. Scope of the Policy: The policy will be applicable for the development of all sectors of Renewable energy Sources including Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency. 5. R. 3cceleration of identification. To enhance the contribution of Renewable Energy in the total installed capacity of the state from 2400 '( to about 6600 '( by 2014. 4. ". propagation and promotion of Renewable Energy sources and Technologies.. with cogeneration potential to set up co-gen plants e peditiously. To initiate energy efficiency measures in all sectors for sustainable growth. 8. 0ecentrali%ed and micro level power generation through renewable energy sources to provide energy supply to agriculture. &ublicity and &opulari%ation of Renewable Energy. sources of finance and pro!ect clearance. 9.0. +. 7. industry. in addition to sugar industry. Objectives: 1.by 2014 through the Energy Efficiency .. %nder the policy& 'overnment has the right to approve capacity allotment 'overnment (rder 11 . To enhance the contribution of environment friendly Renewable Energy sources. +. 4. development and implementation of new Renewable Energy pro!ects. To achieve commercial viability and e peditiously operationali%e the Renewable Energy &ro!ects 4. To establish lin:ages with national and international institutions for active collaboration in development. 0evelopment. to the socio-economic development and supplement rural energy needs through speedy and e peditious commissioning of sustainable Renewable Energy pro!ects.To harness Green and clean Renewable Energy Sources in the state for environment benefits and Energy Security. This policy supersedes all the policy guidelines"instructions issued in this behalf from time to time. /reation of suitable environment for private sector participation in Renewable Energy &ower Generation. To Ta:e /oncrete steps for Energy /onservation and Energy Efficiency and /lean 0evelopment 'echanism */0'-. The provisions contained in this Renewable Energy #olicy will be applicable to all the Renewable Energy #ro$ects. '(. 1. $. To conserve 7901 ') *+. To create conditions conducive to private# public#community participation and investment in Renewable Energy power pro!ects. ". Energy /onservation measures in all sectors. demonstration and commerciali%ation of new and emerging Renewable Energy technologies. 0evelopment of Eco-friendly &ro!ects and 1arnessing of 2atural Resources to avail Green &ower. Mission: 1.
t five years the energy consumption is anticipated to be around 3!000 )% per annum. (ind power pro!ects.ed under this policy is achieved& a new policy shall be launched. /or Cogeneration in Sugar industries a separate policy will be brought out by the Cooperation department and the 0ndustries and Commerce department for comprehensive development of the sector.8.this necessitates the cumulative Renewable Energy capacity addition of about 5550 )6 by 20 !. The targets for significant Renewable Energy sectors are set as below. To attain 20 4 Renewable Energy mi.essential to become eligible for availing the benefits for the renewable energy pro$ects. 5.Renewable Energy power Generation and *ii. 4.C+)implementation. 7. Tidal (ave Energy#Geo-Thermal Energy.of the total !0000 )% available from various installed capacities . 9. 12 .in the state.25 4. Goals: The policy sets twin goals of *i. (nce the target fi. Similarly for 1io2/uels the 1io2/uel 1oard will come out with a separate policy. 1eat recovery Systems in various . to 204 in the total :uantum of energy. Committed to the green energy the state has mandated& vide '( 7o E7 2 3 7CE 2003 dated 2.2009& to enhance the upper limit share of Renewable Energy mi. 8. /o-generation in sugar and other . . Solar photovoltaic and Solar Thermal &ower Generation.+S).and Clean +evelopment )echanism . 1. . %nder this policy& it is obligatory to sell the electricity generated from the Renewable Energy #ro$ects commissioned to the respective geographical ESC()s in which the pro$ects located& at the Tariff determined by *ERC& under a long term #ower purchase agreement.Energy /onservation . 'unicipal Solid waste. /or the various above Renewable Energy sources there are proven technologies.5300 )6 including share from C'S. 5. 0n the above bac<ground the 'reen #ower option for *arnata<a are as follows. The policy covers the Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation along with +emand Side )anagement . <iomass and <iogas pro!ects. This sets the tone for doubling the installed capacity of the various RE sources combined together. The energy demand is pro$ected to attain 0 4 growth.ndustrial Sector. <io 0iesel &ro!ects. Considering the average plant load factor of various Renewable Energy sources .(i) ene!able "ne#$y po!e# Gene#ation: #resently Renewable Energy Sources contribute about !300 )% of energy per annum . (ver the ne. Solar 1ybrid Systems and Solar applications in 0omestic and .owever& the policy has a goal of commissioning !200 )6 additional capacity with accumulative Renewable Energy capacity addition of 6600 )6 by 2014. ". 'icro and Small 1ydropower pro!ects *up to "5 '(-. vi%@ synthetic Auels. the Renewable Energy sources re:uired to contribute 2500 )% by 20 !. 'ini. ?ther Renewable Energy Sources not spelt above.5 4. Energy Efficiency. 5.ndustrial =i>uid#Solid (aste &ower &ro!ects including <io-fuels .ndustries.ndustries. . $.
on *y 2 #$ 4W Target C. The Energy conservation sector wise 'oals are as below.1ulletin on Energy Efficiency: 0RE+>& volume 5@ Aanuary 2005 page 3-.-.ty 4W 6ind #ower )ini and Small .m.ve 2=3= 300 25 800 50 $2 In&ta((e1 -apa-...14: 1@ .owever& the tidal wave energy and 'eo2thermal energy are still in early stages and Technology +emonstrations from laboratory scale Research ? +evelopment to /ield level will be encouraged by establishing #rototype +emonstration #ro$ects to produce Energy from Tidal wave and Geo-Thermal Energy.+.%nstalle& 'apacity ( P#opose& )a#$ets fo# RE +o.ty a11. . >s per rough estimate& about 2000 )6 of power can be generated from these industries by setting up cogeneration plants. Secto# /ise )a#$et fo# ene#$y conse#vation &0#in$ the policy pe#io&* +.ydro Cogeneration in Sugar 0ndustry 1iomass"1io2gas 6aste to Energy Tota( 2=50 8000 500 000 85 #98 835 ! 3 585 5 22 2$ !889 0 3 5 3 85 50 @@ There are about 20&000 industries which have boilers and turbines for manufacture of their products li<e& steel& rice& paper& te. ! 4-& +omestic sector . (f the total energy consumption ma$or share of energy is consumed by >griculture sector ..14 Capa-.3 4-. The #lanning Commission of 0ndia estimated that the potential for Energy Conservation in various sectors of economy is about 25 4 .2 4-& )unicipal %tilities and others . +uring the policy period it is targeted to conserve about 7901 )% of energy as a cumulative of all the ma$or sectors by 2014.t. The state government is committed to implement the Energy Conservation >ct 200 and accordingly introduce Efficiency measures in all sectors of economy and attain the Energy Conservation.. Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation is a cheaper option than 'eneration.(at.2! 4-& Commercial sector .85 4-& other sectors consume 0ndustrial sector . 0t is targeted to conserve 25 4 of energy consumed in each of the sectors.a( 4W " Gene#ation* +.+ (ii) "ne#$y 'onse#vation ( "ne#$y efficiency: (ne unit of energy saved is e:uivalent to two units of energy generated.r-e Potent. 5. Cogeneration units could be set up in these units.tile etc.
pected that the present policy initiative may bring in an additional investment of Rs &300 crores annually by the private sector. The profit ma<ing Central and State #ublic Sector %nderta<ings may also invest in the Renewable Energy pro$ects and may bring in Rs 5&000 crores.ty a11. .rrent pr.914 8"7$ 77+. 1.on 4.ke(y tota( .ydro Cogeneration in Sugar 0ndustry 1iomass"1io2gas 6aste to Energy 'otal 2=3= 300 25 800 50 $2 380 00 53 30 0 553 # "## 350 00 53 30 0 =03 ##"#2 580 50 53 30 0 503 #2"#7 580 50 53 30 0 503 #7"#$ 5== 00 59 30 0 523 L. $7$ $$4 ".on $5 "4 "1 14 7 1.. F -on&.mpt. 14" 158+ 1 " $ 4 5 3griculture . 6ith this the private sector investment would amount to Rs 9&000 crores during the policy period.mpt. (ii) 34shaya Sha4thi 5i&hi (G#een "ne#$y 20n&): 0n order to facilitate Renewable Energy pro$ect financing and Energy Conservation and Efficiency measures 'reen Energy /und DE><shaya Sha<thi 7idhiEE will be established..$ 1915 178" 1. Per 2 ! to #$ Ann.on RE +o. 4.-e&> 5350 2900 20 2 00 !00 22000 1.owever during the previous three years of Renewable Energy development& in the state& on an average annually about 800 )6 Renewable Energy capacity additions brought in about Rs &500 crores investment by the private sector..t.m "8. 2014: The year wise target for different Renewable Energy sources and the investment necessary during the policy period is given belowB Year ). 8+.+6 No +e-tor Con&. 0t is e.&e propo&e1 -apa-. 14 .Energy Consumption data SourceB *#TCC Reports- 6.t 5 years by 20 ! entails an investment of about Rs 22&000"2 crores at current prices. 4.ndustries 0omestic /ommercial 'unicipal )tilities and others Total 1. Year w !e Re"ewa#$e E"er%& Tar%e' a"( Ca) 'a$ "*e!'+e"' 2009 '.r-e Target 4W !"# 6ind #ower )ini and Small .nve&tment =R& -rore& " at -. (i) ene!able "ne#$y P#oject 2inancin$: 0t is estimated that from the targets of additional capacity of !200 )6 Renewable Energy power in the ne.on Target =28 F> 4.1 81.1 54.. Energy -on&ervat. +uring the previous years& the investment in the various Renewable Energy developments has come from the private entrepreneurs.7 "941 $1714 .
7an& Policy fo# ene!able "ne#$y P#ojects: The availability of suitable land and ma<ing the land available e. (ut of the Rs 55 crores& 0 4 of this fund to the tune of Rs 5 crores will be set apart as contribution to Energy Conservation /und for Energy Conservation activities.###.band 50 of the *arnata<a Cand Reforms >ct are to be made to enable the Renewable Energy pro$ect developers to purchase suitable private land directly from the owners of the land.clude archaeological heritage lands& prayer and temple lands& burial grounds and monuments etc.*0>+1-& under the provisions of The *arnata<a 0ndustrial #olicy& and made available to the *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited for the Renewable Energy pro$ects. /urther& <eeping in view the welfare interest of the /armers& certain e:uity of not less than 54 of gross energy generated will be provided to ta<e the $a"( . will be administered by *RE+C for promotion of Renewable Energy particularly in #ublic #rivate #articipation . N (. The 'overnment will provide such available lands& waste lands for developing the Renewable Energy pro$ects under the provisions of Section 9 of Cand Revenue >ct to *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited.press purpose will be accorded within a period of one month 1+ . The A-!. /urther necessary amendments to section 9=.(i) 7an& %&entification fo# ene!able "ne#$y P#ojects: 0nventory of surplus and unused land available with #ublic Sector %nderta<ings& State 'ovt.a-& 9=. The identified lands will be ac:uired through the *arnata<a 0ndustrial >rea +evelopment 1oard . /or waste to energy Renewable Energy pro$ects the )unicipal 1odies will identify and <eep the lands at the disposal of *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited. 6.peditiously is a ma$or issue for RE development. To realise the targeted potential of !200 )6 during the policy period about 2000 . Care will be ta<en to e.a-'.mode& decentraliHed generation and distribution Renewable Energy pro$ects for the benefit of rural sector. 6.per unit would be levied on the electricity supplied to commercial and industrial consumers. The funds may also be utiliHed for land ac:uisition and land development activity for Renewable Energy pro$ects including 7et #resent Ialue and compensatory afforestation& soil moisture conservation etc for forest land clearance.F'reen Energy CessG of Rs 0. To address the land issue following is proposed.05 .a&a /. 7on >gricultural conversion for the e.w"er /armers as e:uity partners in the Renewable Energy pro$ects.& %rban Cocal 1odies" 'ram #anchayath lands and suitable private waste lands& unproductive single crop agricultural lands will be underta<en +istrict wise& by the +eputy Commissioners to identify lands for the Renewable Energy pro$ects. 0t is estimated to generate about Rs 55 crores annually.a of various categories of lands li<e 'overnment 1arren lands& Revenue lands& #rivate lands& #anchayat lands and /orest lands etc are estimated to be necessary in different districts of the state.five paise. The balance Rs 50 crores will be set apart for Renewable Energy pro$ect financing.
The developers will apply in the formats prescribed to the different departments and furnish a copy to *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited. 6.does not infringe with the drin<ing and irrigation rights of the local inhabitants& from Revenue department regarding approval under the *arnata<a Cand Reforms >ct. 6. Consent from the 'ram #anchayat etc& +epartments will offer their opinion within 90 days time. 6. =50sub$ect to the )inistry of Environment ? /orest guidelines within a period of 4 .epa#t8ents: The *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited "'overnment will obtain consent from the concerned departments li<e /orest about the location visa2versa the 6ild Cife Sanctuaries& 7ational #ar<s& Eco2sensitive Jones etc.months. Cand2Cease Rent will be as per the prime lending rate over current mar<et price as on the date of handing over of the pro$ect& sub$ect to land availability and financial limits on case2to2case basis. /rom 0rrigation +epartment to the effect that the proposed #ro$ects. The ><shaya Sha<thi 7idhi /unds will be utilised to develop the lands including the payment towards 7et #resent Ialue and Compensatory >fforestation in case of /orest Cands. The *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will pursue with the departments and co2ordinate for 1) . (v) 'onsent 2#o8 . The >dministrative +epartment will monitor the reports in a time bound manner. (iii) 2o#est 7an&: 6herever /orest land is identified for the Renewable Energy pro$ects the same will be processed and considered by the *arnata<a /orest +epartment under the provisions of the /orest Conservation >ct . 'overnment will review the applicable stamp duty. (ii) Gove#n8ent. >fter 80 years the pro$ect stands transferred to the 'overnment. 6. 6. .evelop8ent fo# ene!able "ne#$y P#ojects: The identified Revenue& #rivate and /orest lands will be developed by *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited to facilitate setting up of various Renewable Energy pro$ects e. (vi) stat0to#y clea#ances: Iarious statutory clearances that are essential for the development and commissioning of the Renewable Energy pro$ects will be dealt by the *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited with the concerned departments and agencies.peditiously.owever& it is not permissible to mortgage the lands by the Renewable Energy developers to any financial or other agency"institution"body. 9a##en lan&s 8eant fo# %n&0st#ial :se: The barren 'overnment lands& reserved& as per the industrial planning for industrial use& at declared Renewable Energy sites& 04 of such lands will be <ept at the disposal of *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited for developing the land to set up the Renewable Energy power pro$ects. *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will sub lease the developed lands to the Renewable Energy developer for a period of 80 years. (iv) 7an& . This will enable the State to offer ready to use developed land to set up Renewable Energy pro$ects.four.s.from the date of applying for the same.
0t is proposed under this policy that the 'overnment will <eep 04 portion of these lands at the disposal of *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited to develop them for Renewable Energy pro$ects and allied Renewable Energy industries. /urther action will be ta<en to establish Renewable Energy SEJ under the provisions of the 0ndustrial #olicy 200=& particularly in the bac<ward areas of *arnata<a to promote setting up of solar manufacturing units and other Renewable Energy allied manufacturing units. The *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will obtain all statutory clearances from different departments before hand and offer such lands for Renewable Energy #ro$ect development.ydro pro$ects. %nder the 0ndustrial #olicy 200= the state has identified areas covering 1idar& 1elgaum& 1agal<ot& Shimoga and )andya +istricts for Sugar and co2gen& power development. Renewable Energy pro$ects 0dentified by *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will be offered for development on #ublic #rivate #artnership" 1uild (wn (perate Transfer )ode on developed lands ready to set up the Renewable Energy #ro$ects specially in wind and )ini .assan& 1angalore& %dupi& )ysore and 1ellary. 6aste lands and surplus unproductive lands of about 2000 hectares will be identified for the purpose. Renewable Energy Sources li<e wind and solar re:uire considerable e. <. The issues pending for longer periods will be placed before the Kuarterly Review )eetings held at the level of the Chief Secretary& 'overnment of *arnata<a. -. Regarding the lands developed by *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited. -. The Renewable Energy manufacturing industrial activity needs to be supported with land. %8ple8entation of ene!able "ne#$y P#ojects: Iarious measures will be put in place to facilitate e. /urther 04 of lands will be set apart for Renewable Energy pro$ect in all future SEJs to be identified under 0ndustrial #olicy 200= and also in the already approved SEJs at Shimoga& .peditious implementation of Renewable Energy #ro$ects.tent of land for setting up manufacturing units of Solar #hoto Ioltaic and wind Turbine etc. (i) 3llot8ent 'o88ittee: > committee under the Chairmanship of >dditional Chief Secretary& Energy +epartment will consider for allotment of capacity of the renewable energy pro$ects to the private entrepreneurs. ene!able "ne#$y Special "cono8ic =one (S"=): The Renewable Energy and allied sector re:uires to be supported with Renewable Energy e:uipment manufacturing industries. Similarly areas covering Raichur& 1ellary& and 1i$apur ? Chitradurga +istricts for #ower 'eneration sector specific industrial Hone development.speedy approvals and clearances within 90 (a&! for all departments " agencies and 120 (a&! in case of /orest clearance. The allotment committee will meet periodically& at least once every :uarter& to consider the various Renewable Energy proposals. The *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will place the proposals received during the 1G . 04 of all SEJ lands will be <ept at the disposal of *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited to develop Renewable Energy pro$ects.
e$0lato#y %ss0es: /ollowing facilities will be e. 1. 1. 0nter departmental co2ordination will be strengthened to achieve better results. The composition of the Empowered Committee will be separately notified. > committee will e.. (iii) Sin$le /in&o! 'lea#ance: > State Cevel Empowered Committee with the Chief Secretary 'overnment (f *arnata<a as Chairman will provide single window clearance for developing the Renewable Energy Source #ower #lants. Respective Renewable Energy #ro$ect +evelopers will bear the cost of transmission lines from the pro$ect site to the substation as per grid norms. -.amine the 'rid issues related to the Renewable Energy pro$ects.. The concerned department will give necessary approval and clearance within 90 days of the application submitted.imum e. *arnata<a #ower Transmission Company Cimited will underta<e the augmentation of transmission lines and lying of new lines and receiving stations as re:uired.tended to all the Renewable Energy #ro$ects.I Substations and re:uired transmission and distribution lines necessary for the Renewable Energy pro$ects.preceding :uarter before the allotment committee with due scrutiny"evaluation and recommendations.I and E. -. (iv) "vac0ation 3##an$e8ent: (ften the Renewable Energy pro$ects are located in remote areas wherein the evacuation arrangements"substations are not readily available and the pro$ect commissioning depends on grid strengthening. *RE+C will monitor with the concerned departments. (v) )i8e 7i8it fo# p#oject 'o8pletion: 0t is mandatory for the developer to complete the pro$ect in all respect and commission the pro$ect with grid synchroniHation within a period 8 years from the date of the statutory clearances. To overcome the situation *arnata<a #ower Transmission Company Cimited and *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will $ointly underta<e the survey of CI& .emptions and all other incentives available to industrial units under such schemes will also be e. 1. The >llotment Committee will be constituted and separately notified. (ii) ene!able "ne#$y Obli$ation: The state 'overnment is committed to procure ? utiliHe the Renewable Energy power as re:uired and determined by 'overnment of *arnata<a by time to time& sub$ect to *arnata<a Electricity 11 . (ii) 'lea#ance of ene!able "ne#$y P#ojects: Clearance of Renewable Energy pro$ects involves sanctions"clearances from a number of 'overnment >gencies"+epartments.. 1enefits of supportive policies will be ta<en to the ma. e. -.tended to the Renewable Energy #ower #ro$ects irrespective of the Jone. -. The clearances " approvals which are not accorded within the specified time period will be dealt by the Single 6indow empowered committee. The Single 6indow will review the issues relating to the statutory clearances of various departments. (i) G#ant of %ncentives 3vailable to %n&0st#ies: 'eneration of electricity from Renewable Energy Sources will be treated as 0ndustry under the provisions of the 0ndustrial policy 200= and entry ta.tent. *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will endeavour to obtain all re:uired statutory clearances within 3 months period.
Solar #hoto Ioltaic systems below 2 *6p will be battery bac<ed isolated stand alone systems. Such in$ection will be settled on 7et 1asis with the consumption of the said consumer from the distribution licenseeEs source in each billing period.. +ue grid strengthening will be underta<en to meet this commitment. 1. (iii) 2ee& in )a#iff: Iarious sources of Renewable Energy power procurement by the Energy Supply Companies"distribution licensees will be at Tariffs as determined by the *ERC. >ny in$ection in a billing period e. The state 'overnment reserves the first right of refusal in respect of purchase of power produced by the Renewable Energy Sources which come under this Renewable Energy #olicy. %nder this policy Solar 'rid connected #ower pro$ects will be encouraged as per the above policy of the )inistry of 7ew >nd Renewable Energy.t billing period.*ERC... 8. (vii) 9an4in$ of "lect#icity: The ban<ing facility for the power generated shall be allowed as determined by *ERC from time to time for the energy ban<ed with the *arnata<a #ower Transmission Company Cimited " distribution licensee. (vi) /heelin$ of "lect#icity: wheeling charges L 5 4will be applicable sub$ect to the *ERC norms. Energy ban<ed beyond the time prescribed will be utiliHed and paid for by the *arnata<a #ower Transmission Company Cimited " distribution licensee at tariff applicable as per *ERC norms. 1.. (viii) Po!e# P0#chase 3$#ee8ent (PP3): The sale of electricity by #ower #roducer of Energy Supply Company will be governed by the #ower 19 .)7RE. 1. Roof Top 'rid connected solar power :uantum fed to the 'rid will be eligible for a Tariff of Rs 8. .owever& Roof Top systems will be additionally eligible for any other subsidies e.'overnment of 0ndia supported Solar 'rid connected #ower pro$ects of )6 and above.!0 per unit. 0f any incentives available from )inistry of 7ew and Renewable Energy 'overnment of 0ndia& it will be passed on to the +eveloper. (v) oof )op Sola# )a#iff: The Roof Top 'rid connected solar *6p level pro$ects of 5 *6p to 00 *6p will be allowed connecting at ! 5 I& 8 phase& *I level of distribution system of the licensee in such a manner that the ma..ceeding 904 of the consumption will be treated as inadvertent and will not be considered for commercial purpose@ neither the deficit is carried forward to ne. 0 per *6h for Solar Thermal pro$ects in addition to the Tariff allowed by *ERC. The )inistry of 7ew ? Renewable Energy .imum energy in$ection will not be more than 904 of the consumption from the distribution licenseeDs source by the Solar Roof Top consumer. )7RE has allowed an incentive upto Rs. 1.Regulatory Commission . 0solated Solar #hoto Ioltaic sources up to 200 *6p will be for Rural >pplications. 6hen plant completes years have to sell power to Energy Supply Companies on Tariff based on variable cost sub$ect to *ERC norms..!0 per *6h along with 7et )etering facility. 1. 1. (iv) Sola# )a#iff: *ERC has determined a Tariff of Rs.tended to the Roof Top #ro$ects. 2 per *6h for Solar #I and upto Rs.guidelines.
applicable on various Renewable Energy e:uipments and instruments as well as the Energy Efficient and #ower saving appliances etc& li<e the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficient consumer durables directly purchased by the consumers will be considered for suitable revision under the provisions of *arnata<a State Sales >ct. and other fiscal incentives to Renewable Energy generation units are in accordance with the 0ndustrial #olicy 200=2 0.. 11. 20 . #ower Company of *arnata<a Cimited will assign #ower #urchase >greements to the ESC()s with bac< to bac< arrangement. Policy on 2inancial %ncentives: /ollowing incentives will be e.tended to Solar power systems installed on commercial establishments and individual homes connected to the electrical grid to feed e. (iv) %ncentives fo# 9io8ass Po!e# Gene#ation p#ojects: The 'overnment of *arnata<a will facilitate 1iomass power #lants with an enabling Tariff atmosphere in Co2ordination with *ERC. (i>) Settle8ents: >ll transactions between the *arnata<a #ower Transmission Company Cimited " ESC()S "+istribution Cicensee and the producer involving wheeling or sale of power will be settled on monthly basis.ecuted between the #ower #roducer and witnessed by *arnata<a Electricity Regulatory Commission. The *arnata<a #ower Transmission Company Cimited " distribution licensee will pay interest on payments delayed beyond a month L State 1an< of 0ndia short term #rime Cending Rate for delayed amount for actual period of delay.tent of 504 of the installed capacity assigned for captive use purpose& will be allowed. 1.eposit an& oyalty: The 'overnment will determine suitable Security +eposit for the Renewable Energy pro$ects to bring in earnestness in pro$ect implementation. 1. (>i) ">e8ption f#o8 .e8an& c0t: E. 1. (>ii) Sec0#ity .tended to all the Renewable Energy #ro$ects. 11. The :uantum of royalty to be levied on energy generation from Renewable Energy sources will be determined by the 'overnment. 11. (iii) Val0e 3&&e& )a> (V3)): The Ialue >dded Ta.ecuted in a time bound manner. The #ower #urchase >greement will be e. (ii) "nt#y )a>: Entry ta.cess power bac< to the grid with power credits accruing to the #hotovoltaic energy producer. 1. 11.. (>) G#i& )ie Policy an& 5et 8ete#in$: 7et metering facility will be e. 11. (i) Gove#n8ent Of %n&ia %ncentives: The various concession and incentives allowed by )inistry of 7ew >nd Renewable Energy "'overnment (f 0ndia regarding +etailed Survey ? 0nvestigation"+etailed #ro$ect Report& 'eneration 1ased 0ncentive etc will ipso2facto continue to be passed on by the State 'overnment to the pro$ect developer through *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited.emption of demand cut to the e..#urchase >greement e..
Revenue . .2009 and corrigendum 7o. Establishment of a State Energy Conservation /und.)andatory use of 0S0 mar< Energy Efficient )otor pump sets& #ower capacitor& /oot valves in >griculture sector and .iv.!. (i) St#ate$ic 3ction Plan: 0n the direction to implement the Energy Conservation >ct 200 *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will prepare a strategic action plan. +E 22 #SR 2002 dated 8.!. 21 .The )andatory use of solar water heating systems.tend the facility of Cetter of Credit to the +eveloper for realiHing payment in scheduled period for the Renewable Energy power sold to the ESC().2005 notified the following under section 5 of the Energy Conservation >ct 200 . other land lease including Aorest land lease agreements will be considered for revision of registration fee towards registering the respective agreements under the relevant provisions of Barnata:a Stamps .activities.Regulatory activities for enforcing Energy Conservation >ct in State. 0ssuance of government regulations and orders to promote Energy Conservation.05.in 'overnment 1uildings " aided institutions " 1oards" Corporations. E7 8=3 7CE 2003 dated 8. The *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will supervise& drive and enforce Energy Efficiency measures in the state and implement the +emand Side )anagement . 5. The committee will guide on the following matters. • • • • • • Energy conservation ? Efficiency policy. 1+. Technical assistance and financial incentives to be offered for EC activities. pro!ect implementation.+S)-.i.200=. 1+.11. Thrust areas for the Strategic >ction plan will be& . (v) 7ette# of '#e&it: The ESC()s will e. . The 'overnment vide its 7otification 7o.#romotion of Energy Efficient 1uilding design. The cost for opening the Cetter of Credit shall be reimbursed to the ESC()S from ><shaya Sha<thi 7idhi /unds by *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited.ii. St#ate$y fo# "ne#$y 'onse#vation an& "ne#$y "fficiency ("'(""): Cide Government 7otification 7o. 6ith a view to facilitate and enforce the implementation of various provisions of Energy Conservation >ct2200 and to ta<e policy decisions& a State Cevel Committee has been constituted vide 'overnment (rder 7o E7 59 7CE 2005 dated 8.iii.i.+S). 11. E7 59 7CE 2005 dated. Registration 3ct by suitable 3mendment. State Energy Conservation Strategy and >ction #lan.)andatory use of Compact /lorescent Camp . . (vi) e$ist#ation: The various agreements e ecuted by the Renewable Energy pro!ect developers with different departments of Government regarding capacity allotment. . +emand Side )anagement .C/C.200!& *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited was made as the F+esignated >gencyG to coordinate& regulates and enforces the provision of FThe Energy Conservation >ct 200 G.
. *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will develop the preliminary designs of 2 energy conservation programs& which will be implemented during the policy period. 3 22 .School and collage education& policy promotion ? research. 2014 S)E #rogram M Energy efficiency improvement in small and medium enterprises. )otor Renewable Energy #ower M . These programs will be implemented in cooperation with relevant State 'overnment agencies and the private sector.igh2Efficiency Cighting #rogram& C/C"CE+"Electronic cho<es School Collage curriculum M Capacity building and Training. 0.v. #e +)$e+e"'e( (0r "% 2011 '. 5.iii. .igh Efficiency )otor Rewinding #rogram. 2.ii. The 'reen 1uilding concept will be mandatory for all corporate buildings and the buildings constructed by the developers in all the city corporation limits of the state under the suitable amendment to building bye2laws. . Pr. 'reen 1uildings #rogram M 'reen 1uildings #rogram 2 Construct one or two new 'reen 1uildings in each district of the state& EC1C Code.ome 1right M Residential . !. Energy Efficiency /inancing M /inancing of energy efficiency improvement using the Energy Conservation /und.%ra+! '. 1+. > list of the programs is provided below.+eveloping Energy Efficiency"+S) programs. >s part of the Strategic Energy Conservation #lan& *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will develop a set of databases to support the development and implementation of EC programs& and launch a general information and education campaign to promote energy conservation activities. 9. .eating #rogram.vi+elivery )echanism for Energy Efficiency programs. Solar"C#' water heating M )andatory Solar"C#' 6ater . 1right Streets M )unicipal Street Cighting #rogram %sing advanced technology& C/C"CE+"Solar"(n2(ff Timer. (ii) "ne#$y 'onse#vation p#o$#a8s: To achieve the Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency ob$ectives *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited as apart of Strategic Energy Conservation #lan will implement a set of proactive energy conservation programs.Co2ordination with other state +esignated >gencies. #e +)$e+e"'e( (0r "% 20091 2010 . =.%ra+! '.. . 8. >gricultural EfficiencyM Energy efficiency improvement in agriculture by modification ? retrofitting& Star Rated #umps"Solar #umps& non metallic #IC"polyethylene pipes for suction and delivery& friction free foot valves. Pr. . 5. 6or< 1right #rogram M Commercial .0nformation dissemination on Energy Efficiency.igh2Efficiency Cighting #rogram& C/C"CE+"Solar Cighting. #ublic 1uildings #artnership #rogram M Energy Efficiency implementation in public buildings using ESC()s route.iv.
Energy Efficiency and Energy conservation measures are mandatory for all #ublic %tilities. The Energy Conservation /und may also be utilised for Energy Conservation >wards and #ublicity >wareness Campaigns capacity building and Trainings etc.S6.2009 have been issued under section 3 of the Energy Conservation >ct& providing for the Energy Conservation /und.eating systems as per 'overnment (rder dated. (iv) "ne#$y 30&itin$: Energy >uditing and adopting Energy efficiency measures will be mandatory for all 0ndustrial and commercial installations of 300 *I> and above contract demand and this will be monitored the *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited.tended on installation of Solar 6ater . 13. accordingly all the urban local bodies will ma<e amendments in the by laws to enforce Solar 6ater . This 2@ . . These measures will lead to saving of about 000 )6 in the first 5 years and up to 204 in the ne.2009 and Energy department will approach *ERC for amendments in ES?+ code. Similarly Energy department and %rban +evelopment and .S-& a rebate in electricity bill for domestic users at the rate of Rs 00 per month will be e. )unicipal Energy Efficiency #rogram M 0mprovement of energy efficiency in )unicipal 6ater #umping& Effluent Treatment and 6aste to Energy.2009. .eaters.=. 1+. (v) "ne#$y Obli$ation: Carge 0ndustries having 2000 *I> and above as connected load& should produce at least 5 per cent of their re:uirement through captive power plants using Renewable Energy Sources.2.ousing +epartments will come out with proposals to amend the rules for mandatory use of solar water heaters " C/Cs" CE+s etc.t 5 years. The Energy Conservation /und will be managed and administered by a committee with )anaging +irector *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited as Chairman and members being Chief Electrical 0nspectorate to the 'overnment& 'overnment of *arnata<a& )anaging +irector 1ESC()& one representative of 1ureau of Energy Efficiency& 'overnment (f 0ndia& one representative of Central #ower Research 0nstitute 1angalore and Secretary /ederation of *arnata<a Chamber of Commerce ? 0ndustry. To populariHe Energy Conservation the Energy Conservation awards will be given. >ll CT22 and CT2! consumers to adopt Energy Efficient measures as per 'overnment (rder dated 8.eaters .Energy Conservation /und. %nder the policy it is proposed to augment the fund with a contribution of Rs 5 crores annually from ><shaya Sha<thi 7idhi for 5 years till 20 !. 1+. *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will develop the rationale for use of the funds and eligibility for receiving funding for Energy Efficiency pro$ects etc. 8. 0n this regard the State 'overnment will approach *ERC to obtain necessary clearances. 1+.will be established. To promote Solar 6ater . (iii) "ne#$y 'onse#vation 20n&: 0n order to overcome the financial barriers in the implementation of Energy Efficiency activities by energy consumers in *arnata<a an Energy Conservation /und . (i) St#ate$y fo# /in& p#ojects: %nder the policy it is proposed to develop additionally 2=3= )6 of wind power pro$ects during the five years up to 20 !. The *arnata<a Energy Conservation /und Rules 2009 +td .The /und will facilitate the development and growth of an Energy Efficiency infrastructure that includes energy service providers such as ESC()s to help consumers develop and implement cost2effective Energy Efficiency pro$ects.
e.alolli to *at<ol .g. The followings geographical regions in *arnata<a State are reserved for allotment of 6ind #ower #ro$ects to *arnata<a #ower Corporation Cimited. 13. The 'overnment waste lands in windy locations identified for industrial development will be offered to set up wind pro$ects. .ydel pro$ect cost provided by )inistry of 7ew and Renewable Energy will be passed on to the eligible beneficiaries speedily. > preferential allotment of 6ind #ower #ro$ects above 500 )6 and Solar #ower #ro$ects above 00 )6 will be considered.alagatti& )uda<avi& Tadasi& Iasan& 'ovina<oppa. .ill ranges of Sureban&Nere *ittur& *allur& )allur and 1asidoni.imum 5. .peditious commissioning of the targeted hydro pro$ects the various statutory clearances will be facilitated through single window mechanism.ill ranges of Soudatti to %gargol.ill ranges of .atti to *a<ti.ydel pro$ects . /urther only 8 sites will be considered including the ones under the process of development. 13.f. (ii) St#ate$y fo# S8all ?y&#o P#ojects: +uring the policy period& it is targeted to harness 300 )6 of power through mini hydro pro$ects involving Rs. Earlier allotments not commissioned beyond time period will be reviewed. #0C( . The *arnata<a #ower Corporation Cimited is the *arnata<a public sector underta<ing is the premier #ower 'enerating Company in the State.tension. *eeping in view the environmental issues& the )ini .Jal<i of 0ndi Talu<..ill ranges of . To facilitate successful e. *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will ta<e steps to identify the potential sites watershed basin wise including canal based pro$ects and offer the identified sites for development on #ublic #rivate #artnership"1uild (perate (wn Transfer mode.h. To facilitate successful e..less than 0 *6. The capacity of the earlier commissioned wind pro$ects which are more than 0 years old will be considered for augmentation by replacing with efficient higher capacity 6ind Turbine 'enerators.ydro #ro$ect proposals which do not involve diversion of the water flow resulting in drying up the stream"river stretch will be considered for development.b.ydro pro$ects in the 6estern 'hatsE +istricts"/orest areas will be restricted to ma.would involve a total investment of Rs 5350 Crores. To avoid loc<ing of huge capacities the wind pro$ect allotment will be restricted to 50 )6 at a given area each time.5 million . .pro$ects encouraged. 2900 crores of investment.ectors of 5 million metric tons of agricultural"agro2 24 . (iii) St#ate$y fo# 9io8ass p#ojects: The state has arable land which generates around 0.c. Earlier allotments not commissioned beyond time period will be reviewed.ill ranges of 'uledagudda M'udur.d. .1((Tmode. . 0n case of potential in the said location further allocation considered after successful commissioning of the allotted pro$ect.ill ranges of ..a. The )ini . Small wind energy generators will be promoted up to 0 <w for stand alone systems..'odachi& *hanpet& Torgal.290 )6 at .anumana .will be identified by *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited in a fast trac< mode and central financial assistance of =0 4 of the #0C( . *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will underta<e 6ind Resource >ssessment and offer the identified windy sites for development on #ublic #rivate #articipation"1uild (perate (wn and Transfer .50 )6 at *appadagudda E.00 )6 and preferably Run of the River .peditious commissioning of the targeted wind pro$ects the various statutory clearances will be cleared through single window mechanism.. ..R(R.
Solar passive building technology will be encouraged through legislative measures. Solar School and 0nstitution programs will be implemented. 13. /or villages"habitations where grid connectivity not feasible or not cost effective& off2grid solutions based on stand2alone lighting systems& technologies li<e solar photovoltaic"solar wind hybrid systems& Solar lights and lanterns will be ta<en up for community lighting purpose. The 'overnment waste lands will be identified and offered to set up 1iomass #ro$ects.%ra++e it is targeted for 25000 Solar Roof Tops of 5 to 0 <wp with 7et )etering will be ta<en up with a 250 )6 potential during ne.tending enabling Tariff atmosphere.otels and such other establishments for power generation will be encouraged and supported in both new and e.$ar Kar"a'a-a Pr.cluding 1aggasse out of which about 9 million metric tons is estimated to be surplus biomass as per the 00SC& 1angalore study. #ower generation based on municipal sewerage treatment plants in 1angalore and other cities are identified as priority areas. These industries will be encouraged by e. (vi) Sola# )he#8al @ 'SP an& Sola# PV: 'rid connected solar pro$ects of )6 and above are considered priority pro$ects. Solar cities will be developed in the state. 13. The )unicipal corporations will identify the land for the pro$ects. Solar steam generating systems at institutions and industries will be encouraged. %nder /. >ll City Corporations& )unicipalities will amend their bye M laws with due mandatory provisions for providing solar water heating facilities& right at planning"building 2+ . 13. (iv) St#ate$y fo# :#ban* M0nicipal an& %n&0st#ial !aste: +uring the policy period& it is targeted to harness 50 )6 of power through urban& municipal and industrial li:uid"solid waste pro$ects.isting establishments.processing unit residues e. 'ram #anchayat and Cocal bodies will be involved in decentraliHed solar implementation. +uring the policy period& it is targeted to harness 800 )6 of power through biomass pro$ects based on Ran<ine Cycle"1iomass 1oiler and (tto Cycle" 1iogas #lant or 1iomass 'assifier. Solar water pumps& water purification systems& )il< #asteuriHation plants& solar application to cottage industries will be priority areas.t 5 years with a generation potential of 850 )%.tending capital subsidy scheme as one time grant put in place vide 'overnment (rder dtd. 22. Roof Top small scale Solar #I 0nstallations will be encouraged with 7et )etering facility to feed surplus power generated to the 'rid. The 1iomass plants will be lin<ed to organic fertiliHer production units with <ey input being the waste coming from the 1iomass power plant. To conserve electricity in pea< hours solar water heaters& solar lighting systems& solar hoardings etc will be encouraged in domestic& commercial and industrial applications. 0nstallation of digesters to convert green waste to methane gas in all *alyana )antaps& . 0. The state with 8 million hectors of forest land offers /orest residues plus dry 1amboo biomass sources. To offset the negative factors the biomass pro$ects will be encouraged by e. (v) 'o$ene#ation in in&0st#y: +uring the policy period& in order to encourage cogeneration in various industries& it is proposed to encourage and support industries which have opportunity to cogenerate power. ==5 sub$ect to surplus power fed to the grid.
3. *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will receive and e. *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will ta<e steps to develop model development plan to harness targeted capacities of various Renewable Energy Sources.evelop8ent Mechanis8 ('.will facilitate bundling of various Renewable Energy #ro$ects to avail ma. There is further scope to avail C+) benefits. The C+) eminent consultants will be empanelled by *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited. *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited 2) .M): 'overnment of *arnata<a designated *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited as the 7odal >gency vide no.plored. *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will underta<e 6ind resource >ssessment study and identify windy potential sites and notify for development.Carbon Emission Reduction Rates. 14.plore the possibility of harnessing and development of 'eothermal Energy Research ? +evelopment assessment in collaboration with premier scientific and technological institutes will be e. The C+) awareness programs will be held by *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited.+S). 0n *arnata<a& about 8 RE pro$ects have availed 50&32&=5!0 of CERs .pro$ects. 9enefits 0n&e# 'lean .imum CER benefits under the %7/CCC"*ey to protocol. 2acilitation: *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited . *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will facilitate to avail C+) benefits in case of Renewable Energy pro$ects and Energy Efficiency ? Energy Conservation pro$ects and +emand Side )anagement . (vii) )i&al ene#$y an& Geothe#8al ene#$y: To harness and develop the tidal wave energy Technology +emonstrations from laboratory scale Research ? +evelopment to /ield level will be encouraged along with establishing #rototype +emonstration #ro$ects to produce energy from tidal wave. Similarly *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will generate data base on )ini . 15. 0t will be mandatory for all the public buildings to have solar devises to meet energy re:uirements and other applications. To e.05 for C+).ydel sites with location and potential capacity details etc. 13. > separate +ivision in *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will deal with C+) process. *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will facilitate +emand Side )anagement and C+) activities in the State.amine the Renewable Energy #ro$ect proposals and submit to 'overnment along with its recommendations.stage& both for residential ? commercial categories. *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will also ta<e steps to bunch the various +emand Side )anagement& Solar application and Energy Efficiency programmes in domestic" commercial and utility sectors to avail C+) benefits. E7 =! 7CE 2005 dated 9.by 2005. The *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited . The 'overnment will issue capacity allotment 'overnment (rder after due consideration.*RE+C.*RE+Cwill be the nodal agency for Renewable Energy development& Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation programmes and implementation of the RE #olicy.
The vision group will guide the orderly development of Renewable Energy and trade in the State.0CE. 1<. 0nformation <ios<s will be set up in *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited for easy access of information. 1-.will e:uip itself with technical particulars& costs& approved and validated Renewable Energy e:uipments and vendor particulars etc after due pre:ualification process. ene!able "ne#$y Vision G#o0p: Renewable Energy Iision 'roup will be constituted by the 'overnment. 2G . 0n this respect *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will associate with leading 7ational and 0nternational institutes of repute. "nvi#on8ental %ss0es: The Renewable Energy developer will ma<e suitable financial provisions for mitigation of adverse impacts as per the approved Environment 0mpact >ssessment plan& Environment )anagement #lan and mitigation of degradation of environment& watershed area management& afforestation and soil moisture conservation due to disturbance of eco2system will be implemented at the pro$ect cost. Renewable Energy #ro$ects will be encouraged to adopt cleaner development techni:ues in their activities. The vision group will also loo< into the Energy Conservation ? Energy Efficiency aspects. *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will underta<e :uarterly review of progress of various stages of approved Renewable Energy pro$ects and ta<e measures to resolve issues if any with concerned department"agency. +edicated +ivisions to deal with (perations& Cand& C+)& +emand Side )anagement and Energy Efficiency +ivisions will be established " strengthened.activity regarding Renewable Energy& various )inistry of 7ew >nd Renewable Energy programmes and also Energy Conservation.evelop8ent an& ?08an eso0#ce: /or effective implementation of this policy and delivery of the organisational ob$ectives the organisational pattern of *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will be reviewed and strengthened appropriately by the 'overnment. 3!a#& Sche8e: The Renewable Energy pro$ect successfully commissioned during the original agreement period will be awarded with a certificate of appreciation by the 'overnment and a cash incentive from ><shaya Sha<thi 7idhi as determined. O#$aniAational . 16. >ll relevant information will also be made available to the Renewable Energy investors in website " on2line. 11. 0t is re:uired to follow environmental related issues concerning disposal of blasting muc< and soil etc& at appropriate dumping sites. 0nvestors guide " 0nformation boo<lets will be made available for information of Renewable Energy investors. *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will bring out annual reports on the progress in implementation of the #olicy. They will also be motivated to go for green technologies and processes to protect the environment and ecology. *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will underta<e 0nformation& Communication and Education . Regular interaction will also be held with financial institution " ban<s and such agencies to sort out various issues coming on the way of implementation and successful operation of Renewable Energy pro$ects.
+3.to monitor Corporate Social Responsibility. Monito#in$: > high level 0nter +epartmental Review Committee will be constituted to regularly monitor implementation of all provisions of the policy. 38en&8ents@ ela>ation@%nte#p#etation of the Policy: 'overnment of *arnata<a will have powers to amend"rela. The +eputy Commissioners shall be the Chairman of the Cocal >rea +evelopment Committee and other members will be nominated by the 'overnment& which will include the representatives of Renewable Energy #ro$ect +evelopers. 21 . *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will associate with other institutions li<e )ahatma 'andhi 0nstitute for Rural Energy ? +evelopment and other premier national and international agencies& to organiHe training programs across the +epartments for promotion of renewable energy& energy efficiency and energy conservation.bout 11200 $* con u&ed by 7o&&i ion two ector . Po(. This committee will also ensure issue of necessary 'overnment (rders by various departments in relation to the policy without loss of any time for mid2course corrections& if re:uired for smooth implementation of the #olicy.-at.evelop8ent: >doption of Corporate Social Responsibility . *arnata<a Renewable Energy +evelopment Cimited will organiHe wor<shops and e. 'o#po#ate Social esponsibility ('S ) an& 7ocal 3#ea . . 7ocal "8ploy8ent: The Renewable Energy pro$ects will provide employment to the local people& in respect of all the uns<illed"s<illed staff and other nonMe. Concerned >ssistant Commissioner will be the )ember Secretary.CSR.hibitions. "&0cation* P0blicity an& 3!a#eness: The State 'overnment is committed to underta<e publicity and awareness activity to promote and populariHe the use of Renewable Energy Resources& and Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation measures. 0n regard to technical manpower li<e engineers and other e. The 'overnment will constitute a Cocal >rea +evelopment Committee .ecutives& the Renewable Energy +eveloper Company will give preference to the candidates conversant with customs& culture& language and dialect of *arnata<a.ecution& operation and maintenance of the pro$ect.. 7ecessary curriculum will be introduced in the school and college syllabus.ecutives re:uired for e.C>+C. +."interpret any of the provisions under this policy.Enterprises adopting such best practices will be recogniHed with state awards every year.by the Renewable Energy #ro$ect investors will be persuaded.-y Imp(. They will be urged to provide training to local people& fine tune the available s<ills and also promote furnishing schools. ++. +4. +1.on& on Department& 1 Karnataka Electricity 7oncurrence to le(y + Pai e ?reen 7e on <ndu trial and Regulation 7o&&ercial "ower 7on u&er .
:or Renewable Energy "ro6ect . :inancial a""ro(al #or Strengt!ening o# Karnataka Renewable Energy 4e(elo"&ent 5i&ited Re(enue 4e"art&ent% E. .ll #uture "ro"o ed SEN to "ro(ide 10 .""ro(al wit!in ti&e #ra&e and land clearance % 4e"art&ent% about 200 to @00 Aa o# irrigation land .bout 4+00 Aa Re(enue Karnataka and go(ern&ent land to be identi#ied and re er(ed #or Renewable Energy Pro6ect under t!e Pro(i ion o# Section G1 o# 5and Re(enue . i&"lication R 400 crore . Re(iew o# Halue . Proce ing bene#it to be e.tended under <ndu trial "olicy to t!e Renewable Energy Pro6ect . :ore t 4e"art&ent% 'o #acilitate identi#ication o# @)00 Aa :ore t land #ree o# ?o(ern&ent o# Cational Park and Sanctuary and "roce :7 clearance and Karnataka Karnataka Renewable Energy 4e(elo"&ent 5i&ited will coordinate.dded 'a. <ndu trie ?o(ern&ent o# Karnataka a""ro(ed t!e SEN in S!i&oga% 4e"art&ent -SEN/ Aa an% Bangalore% *du"i% and $y ore o# G440 Aa. Re(enue and @0 . E.k !aya S!akt!i Cid!i to Energy 7on er(ation :und. o# ?o(ern&ent o# t!i i to be identi#ied in t!e !ill and barren land % about G44 Karnataka Aa. -Renewable Energy "ro6ect occu"y @ Aa "er $2 a(erage. .k !aya S!akt!i Cid!i. :inance 4e"art&ent 7oncurrence #or le(y o# green 7e on <ndu trial and ?o(ern&ent o# 7o&&ercial 7on u&er Karnataka .k !aya S!akt!i Cid!i #or ti&ely Renewable Energy "ro6ect co&&i ioning. . a""ro(al Cece ary a&end&ent to t!e Karnataka Sta&" B Regi tration . 7SR co-ordination wit! Renewable Energy Pro6ect and local ad&ini tration. 'otal area re0uired 12000 Aa% @0 .gree&ent regi tration #ee. <rrigation Cece ary . E. Budget to Energy 4e"art&ent #or ti&ely Renewable Energy Settle&ent and "ro(i ion #or 5etter o# 7redit #or t!e a&e.k !aya S!akt!i Cid!i o"eration &odalitie 'ran #er o# "roceed at R +0 7rore annually.ct.'/ on Renewable Energy and Energy e##iciency e0ui"&ent and con u&er good old in retail. CPH and 7. -H.Karnataka Renewable Energy ?o(ern&ent o# 4e(elo"&ent 5i&ited to co-ordinate.2 @ 4 + ) G 7oncurrence #or Solar 'ari## and Roo# 'o" Cet $etering. ?o(ern&ent o# Karnataka Energy 4e"art&ent% 7onnected ?o(ern&ent order % State 5e(el E&"owered 29 .""ro(al #or creation o# ."editiou 5and <denti#ication .""ro(al #or award c!e&e in(ol(ing ca ! incenti(e #ro& . 10 . land #or RE Pro6ect . #ore t% 40 .ct to re(i e . "ri(ate land /.clu i(e 2000 Aa SEN to be et u" #or Renewable Energy and allied indu try. Energy 7on er(ation :und creation a""ro(al #or R + 7rore annually #ro& . ."editiou C.
k !aya S!akt!i Cid!i . . Renewable Energy "ro6ect ?o(ern&ent o# to "ro(ide e&"loy&ent to t!e local "eo"le% in re "ect o# all t!e Karnataka un killedD killed ta## and ot!er non3e. 5etter o# 7redit to t!e 4e(elo"er #or reali9ing "ay&ent in c!eduled "eriod #or t!e Renewable Energy "ower old. <n regard to tec!nical &an"ower like engineer and ot!er e. '!e Renewable Energy "ro6ect ucce #ully co&&i ioned during t!e original agree&ent "eriod will be awarded wit! a certi#icate o# a""reciation by t!e go(ern&ent and a ca ! incenti(e #ro& .gree&ent.d&ini trati(e a""ro(al #or trengt!ening Karnataka Renewable Energy 4e(elo"&ent 5i&ited.ecuti(e re0uired #or e. .ll tran action between t!e Karnataka Power 'ran &i ion 7o&"any 5i&ited.Single 2indow agency% <nter 4e"art&ental Re(iew 7o&&ittee% Renewable Energy Hi ion ?rou" P7K5 nodal agency #or Power Purc!a e .?o(ern&ent Karnataka 1 o# 7o&&ittee. ?rid Strengt!ening by Karnataka Power 'ran &i ion 7o&"any 5i&ited.ecuti(e % t!e Renewable Energy de(elo"er 7o&"any will gi(e "re#erence to t!e candidate con(er ant wit! cu to& % culture% language and dialect o# Karnataka. 4elay beyond a &ont! O State Bank o# <ndia !ort ter& Pri&e 5ending Rate #or delayed a&ount #or actual "eriod o# delay.R'$EC' @0 . 5abour 4e"art&ent% 'o &onitor e&"loy&ent "ro(ided.ecution% o"eration and &aintenance o# t!e Pro6ect.D di tribution licen ee and t!e "roducer in(ol(ing w!eeling or ale o# "ower will be ettled on &ont!ly ba i . +1<" =K6:AIRA:> ADDITIONAL C%IE2 +ECRETARY TO GO3ERN4ENT' ECER?E 4EP.""ro(al to take u" $2 cale and Roo# 'o" Solar "ro6ect .
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