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Punjab Follows in Karnataka’s Footsteps by issuing 1MW upto 2.5 MW at a fixed tariff – DRAFT SCHEME FOR ALLOCATION OF SOLAR POWER PROJECTS TO LAND OWNING FARMERS

As provided in the NRSE Policy-2012 and subsequent amendment, this scheme is introduced for allocation of Solar Power Projects to the land owning farmers effective from 1.4.2015. The Government of Punjab endeavors to promote solar energy projects by land owning … Continue reading

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Information Document for Design, manufacture, supply, installation and commissioning of different capacity Roof top Solar PV Power projects under Net Metering policy in the state of Punjab

EPC companies, manufacturers, suppliers & system integrators of Solar PV Power Projects for design, manufacture, supply, installation and commissioning of different capacity Roof Top Solar Power Projects. Punjab Government has approved Net Metering Policy under which Roof Top Solar PV … Continue reading

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Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal takes step in the right direction by ordering decentralizing of agricultural power needs using solar clusters

The Punjab government has decided to explore the possibility of developing solar power clusters to energise agricultural water pumps in rural areas, besides setting up solar panels at canals and rooftops of big buildings. Presiding over a meeting on Tuesday … Continue reading

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Punjab government has installed India’s largest solar thermal system in the premises of Kangaro Industries Ltd at village Kanech, near Sahnewal

With a capacity for evaporation and condensation of one lakh litres of waste water per day, India’s largest industrial solar plant became operational in Punjab’s Ludhiana district Sunday, a minister said. State Non-conventional Energy Minister Bikram Singh Majithia said that … Continue reading

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