Reduction of energy bills – Installing solar power plant can help to save substantial amount of money on electricity bills. Per unit cost of energy generated from the solar plant is comparatively cheaper to energy purchased from the utility. Use of underutilized roof area – Installing solar plant on the roof is most effective way to utilize roof. This not only increases the value of the home but also offers multiple financial benefits. Participation in building modern Indian power system – Installing solar power plants supports creation of distributed power generation network and reduces need for extensive use of fossil fuels. Reduce power losses – The energy can be produced though solar power plant on your own roof and can be consumed within your building, which limits transmission losses. Renewable energy source – Unlike fossil fuels and natural gas, the sun is a source of energy that is renewable. Going solar reduces our dependence on the fossil fuels. Shrink your carbon footprint – Going solar reduces the CO2 emissions, the leading cause of climate change and global warming.
State/Agency Doc. Name Category View & Download Doc. Date Reference no. Metering Min. Capacity (kWp) Max Capacity (kWp) % of Sanctioned Load DT Capacity Settlement Period Settlement Rate Interconnection GBI Capacity for CEIG Inspection Subsidy Punjab New and Renewable Sources of Energy (NRSE) Policy Policy View and download 2012.12.26 No.10/174/2012/STE(3)/4725 NM Punjab Policy on net metering for Grid Interactive Roof-Top Solar Photo-Voltaic Power Plants Grid Connectivity View and download 2014.11.05 No. 18/7/2014-PE1/3706 Net 1 1000 80% 30% Monthly carry forward NA (90% capping) 1) upto 7 kWp – 230 v 2) 7-25 kWp – 400 v 3) 25-100 kWp – 400 v 4) <100-11kV Punjab Notification for amendment in “Policy on net metering for Grid Interactive Roof-Top Solar Photo-Voltaic Power Plants” Grid Connectivity View and download 2015.07.22 No. 18/7/2014-PE1/ – – – – – – – – – – – Punjab Notification for amendment in “New and Renewable Sources of Energy (NRSE) Policy – 2012” Policy View and download 2015.07.09 No. 18/7/2015-PE1/1605 – – – – – – – – – – – Punjab Notification of Exemption of Solar Photovoltanic Plants from obtaining consent to establish / Consent to operate under Pollution Control Act Notification View and download 2014.09.14 No.SEE (HQ-1)/PPCB/2014/266 – – – – – – – – – – – Punjab Notification for establishment of renewable energy projects on rural link roads having a width of 11Ft. Notification View and download 2014.11.07 No. 17/17/2001-5Hg2/PF/339885 – – – – – – – – – – – Punjab Notification to […]
State/Agency Doc. Name Category View & Download Doc. Date Reference no. MNRE Guidelines for the implementation of the “Grid Connected Rooftop & Small Solar Power Plants Programme”of the MNRE Scheme View and download 2014.06.26 03/88/2015-16/GCRT MNRE Notification for the scaling up of the budget during the 12th Five Year Plan for the implementation upto 2019-20. Scheme View and download 2016.03.04 30/11/2012-13/NSM MNRE Notification for the scaling up of the budget during the 12th Five Year Plan for the implementation upto 2019-20. 2nd Amendment Scheme View and download 2016.08.02 30/11/2012-13/NSM MNRE Notification for the amendments to Achievement-Linked Incentives and Awards scheme Scheme View and download 2017.03.31 No.03/88/15-16/GCRT MNRE Clarification in ‘Achievement-Linked Incentive Scheme for Government Sector’ Scheme View and download 2016.02.16 F318/234/2017-GCRT MNRE Notification on Benchmark costs for Off-grid Solar PV Systems and Grid Connected Rooftop Solar Power Plants for the Year 2018-19 Scheme View and download 2018.06.15 No. 318/38/2018-GCRT MNRE Notice to undertake transparent bidding process for discovery of price for installation of solar rooftop projects. Scheme View and download 2018.04.16 318/11/2018-GCRT MNRE Clarification regarding the New Benchmark cost of Off-grid Solar PV Systems and Rooftop Solar Plants for the Year 2018-19 Scheme View and download 2018.04.19 318/38/2018-GCRT MNRE Clarification on eligibility of CFA for rooftop solar plants (with or without net metering/gross metering facility) and for declaring commissioned plant capacity W.r.t installed inverter capacity. Scheme View and download 2017.08.28 03/88/201S-16/GC2RT MNRE Clarification about Societies act under Grid Connected Roof-Top Programme for eligibility of CFA. Scheme View and download […]
PEDA created online application & registration form for customers to apply for grid connected rooftop solar plant. http://solarpunjab.com/registerapipost
IPGCL issued amendment in 35 MW solar tender-EOI – RFS No: IPGCL/RFS-EOI-2/CAPEX-RESCO/07/2018-19 and clarifications of the bidder’s queries. http://ipgcl-ppcl.gov.in/etender_notices.htm
BYPL issued form for customers to register for the scheme for Renewable Energy System, in compliance of Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (Net Metering for Renewable Energy) Regulations, 2014. https://www.bsesdelhi.com/documents/73527/74588/Net_Metering_Registration_Form_BYPL.pdf/e672906b-c0d5-3766-26b1-ec435fd906dc