Gujarat extends solar power policy till December 31

Chief minister Vijaybhai Rupani has decided to extend the time frame of ‘Gujarat Solar Power Policy – 2015’ up to December 31, 2020, said state energy minister Saurabhbhai Patel.
Giving further information about this decision, the minister said that due to presently prevalent situation of world-wide pandemic of 'Covid-19', the state government had announced ‘Rs 14,000 crore Gujarat Aatmanirbhar Package’, under which time frames of many policies in their original forms have been extended.
Patel further stated that as a result of extension of time frame of ‘Solar Power Policy – 2015’, now the projects such as solar power projects, developers captive power projects, solar power projects for third-party sale, as well as MSME Units, Industries, Commercial Usage, and ‘Roof-top Solar Power Projects' on the buildings of government offices and premises could be installed.
The energy minister said that Gujarat is the frontal state in solar power generation in the country. Besides this, against the installed capacity of renewable energy of 10,711 MW, we have attained capacity of 3057 MW.

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