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Solar Policy For Haryana

APPLICABLE POLICIES

NET METERING

(Net metering is a billing system that allows rooftop owners having solar system installed at their rooftop to sell any excess electricity generated from solar system to local electricity utility).

Capacity of solar system

Size:

  • <=2 MW
  • From 1 to 2MW, there is a mandate to have 25% battery storage that should be able to store and deliver energy for 2 hours.

Conditions:

  • <=100% of your Sanctioned Load
  • Cumulative capacity of all solar systems installed in your area shall not exceed 50% of Local Distribution transformer capacity in your area.

Ownership options

  • Self ownership (CAPEX model)

Billing Mechanism

  • Annual settlement

Others

  • Mandatory for new residential buildings having plot size more than 500 sq. yards to install 3% to 5% capacity of their Sanctioned Load on solar.
  • No permission is required from the building plan sanctioning authority forsetting up of rooftop solar power plants.
  • Electricity taxes, cess, electricity duty, wheeling charges, cross subsidy charges, transmission and distribution charges: totally waived off for Rooftop Solar Projects.

SUBSIDY

  • Subsidy is applicable as per SECI guidelines.

LOAN AVAILABILITY

  • Loan for solar as a part of home loan/home improvement loan
  • Loan upto Rs. 10 lacs available for individuals under Priority sector lending

Haryana Solar Policy and it's Solar Highlights

The above solar policy of Haryana is dated March 14m 2016 and can be found here. Haryana is a state in the Northern part of India with several famous cities, which are centres of commercial and industrial importance such as Chandigarh, Faridabad and Gurgaon being a part of the state. Chandigarh is the capital city of Haryana. The state is well known for its agricultural and manufacturing industries that has seen the state gain reputation for being one of the most economically developed states in the country. A substantial part of Haryana is included in National Capital Region, commonly called a NCR. Haryana is also one of the fastest growing states in terms of solar deployment in the North of India with already installed and commissioned capacity of 73.27MW. Out of this, 57.88MW was commissioned in FY 2016/17. Haryana Renewable Energy Development Agency(HREDA) is undertaking special projects to push the adoption of solar power such as a 45KW plant for Haryana Raj Bhawan and 4.5 KW plant for 10 district Collectorates. Beyond these, there are several street lighting, water pumping and home lighting solutions powered by Solar Photovoltaic that are being run by the state. There are also Solar Water Heating schemes as well as Solar Cooker schemes that have been put in place. Haryana Government has also been offering up to 90% subsidy to promote solar water pumps to the farmers in a attempt to set up 3,050 such pumps. Haryana has a great potential for solar energy with at least 330 sunny days and therefore has been set a target of 4200 MW of solar power by 2022. Out of this, 1600 MW has been marked to be achieved from rooftop solar plants alone. There have been incentive lead schemes that have been started for residential customers hoping to encourage them to go solar.

NET METERING

(Net metering is a billing system that allows rooftop owners having solar system installed at their rooftop to sell any excess electricity generated from solar system to local electricity utility).

Capacity of solar system

System size:

  • <=2 MW
  • From 1 to 2MW, there is a mandate to have 25% battery storage that should be able to store and deliver energy for 2 hours.

Conditions:

  • <=100% of your Sanctioned Load
  • Cumulative capacity of all solar systems installed in your area shall not exceed 50% (LT connection) & 30% (HT connection) of Local Distribution transformer capacity in your area.

Ownership options

  • Self ownership (CAPEX model)

Billing Mechanism

  • Annual settlement

Others

  • Mandatory for all Commercial complexes, Offices, Malls, etc. (existing as well as new buildings) having Connected Load of 50 kW and above to install 3% to 5% capacity of their Connected Load of solar.
  • No permission is required from the building plan sanctioning authority for setting up of rooftop solar power plants.
  • Electricity taxes, cess, electricity duty, wheeling charges, cross subsidy charges, transmission and distribution charges: totally waived off for Rooftop Solar Projects.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

  • 40% Accelerated Depreciation
  • Custom Duty concessions and Excise Duty Exemptions on solar equipment
  • 10 year Tax holiday on solar projects
  • Loans available for up to Rs.15 Crore for renewable energy projects under Priority sector lending

Haryana Solar Policy and it's Solar Highlights

The above solar policy of Haryana is dated March 14m 2016 and can be found here. Haryana is a state in the Northern part of India with several famous cities, which are centres of commercial and industrial importance such as Chandigarh, Faridabad and Gurgaon being a part of the state. Chandigarh is the capital city of Haryana. The state is well known for its agricultural and manufacturing industries that has seen the state gain reputation for being one of the most economically developed states in the country. A substantial part of Haryana is included in National Capital Region, commonly called a NCR. Haryana is also one of the fastest growing states in terms of solar deployment in the North of India with already installed and commissioned capacity of 73.27MW. Out of this, 57.88MW was commissioned in FY 2016/17. Haryana Renewable Energy Development Agency(HREDA) is undertaking special projects to push the adoption of solar power such as a 45KW plant for Haryana Raj Bhawan and 4.5 KW plant for 10 district Collectorates. Beyond these, there are several street lighting, water pumping and home lighting solutions powered by Solar Photovoltaic that are being run by the state. There are also Solar Water Heating schemes as well as Solar Cooker schemes that have been put in place. Haryana Government has also been offering up to 90% subsidy to promote solar water pumps to the farmers in a attempt to set up 3,050 such pumps. Haryana has a great potential for solar energy with at least 330 sunny days and therefore has been set a target of 4200 MW of solar power by 2022. Out of this, 1600 MW has been marked to be achieved from rooftop solar plants alone. There have been incentive lead schemes that have been started for residential customers hoping to encourage them to go solar.

NET METERING

(Net metering is a billing system that allows rooftop owners having solar system installed at their rooftop to sell any excess electricity generated from solar system to local electricity utility).

Capacity of solar system

Size:

  • <=2 MW
  • From 1 to 2MW, there is a mandate to have 25% battery storage that should be able to store and deliver energy for 2 hours.

Conditions:

  • <=100% of your Sanctioned Load
  • Cumulative capacity of all solar systems installed in your area shall not exceed 50% (LT connection) & 30% (HT connection) of Local Distribution transformer capacity in your area.

Ownership options

  • Self ownership (CAPEX model)

Billing Mechanism

  • Annual settlement

Others

  • Mandatory for all Commercial complexes, Offices, Malls, etc. (existing as well as new buildings) having Connected Load of 50 kW and above to install 3% to 5% capacity of their Connected Load of solar.
  • No permission is required from the building plan sanctioning authority for setting up of rooftop solar power plants.
  • Electricity taxes, cess, electricity duty, wheeling charges, cross subsidy charges, transmission and distribution charges: totally waived off for Rooftop Solar Projects.
  • Exemption from External Development Charges, Scrutiny Fee and Infrastructure Development Charges for the time during which the solar power plant is operational

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

  • 40% Accelerated Depreciation
  • Custom Duty concessions and Excise Duty Exemptions on solar equipment
  • 10 year Tax holiday on solar projects
  • Loans available for up to Rs.15 Crore for renewable energy projects under Priority sector lending

Haryana Solar Policy and it's Solar Highlights

The above solar policy of Haryana is dated March 14m 2016 and can be found here. Haryana is a state in the Northern part of India with several famous cities, which are centres of commercial and industrial importance such as Chandigarh, Faridabad and Gurgaon being a part of the state. Chandigarh is the capital city of Haryana. The state is well known for its agricultural and manufacturing industries that has seen the state gain reputation for being one of the most economically developed states in the country. A substantial part of Haryana is included in National Capital Region, commonly called a NCR. Haryana is also one of the fastest growing states in terms of solar deployment in the North of India with already installed and commissioned capacity of 73.27MW. Out of this, 57.88MW was commissioned in FY 2016/17. Haryana Renewable Energy Development Agency(HREDA) is undertaking special projects to push the adoption of solar power such as a 45KW plant for Haryana Raj Bhawan and 4.5 KW plant for 10 district Collectorates. Beyond these, there are several street lighting, water pumping and home lighting solutions powered by Solar Photovoltaic that are being run by the state. There are also Solar Water Heating schemes as well as Solar Cooker schemes that have been put in place. Haryana Government has also been offering up to 90% subsidy to promote solar water pumps to the farmers in a attempt to set up 3,050 such pumps. Haryana has a great potential for solar energy with at least 330 sunny days and therefore has been set a target of 4200 MW of solar power by 2022. Out of this, 1600 MW has been marked to be achieved from rooftop solar plants alone. There have been incentive lead schemes that have been started for residential customers hoping to encourage them to go solar.