08 Jul '17, 12pm

Uttar Pradesh, India, Proposes Target Of 10.7 Gigawatts Of Installed Solar By 2022

The UPNEDA now proposes to take the tried and successfully tested way of large-scale solar power parks. The Agency will set up a joint venture company with the Solar Energy Corporation of India to oversee the implementation of several large-scale solar parks across the state over barren and wasteland parcels. The minimum installed capacity of such parks will be 100 megawatts. Power utilities in Uttar Pradesh will procure at least 50% of the electricity generated from these solar parks, while the balance could be exported to other states.

Full article: https://cleantechnica.com/2017/07/08/uttar-pradesh-india-...

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