STATE POLICIES

INDIA’S SOLAR POTENTIAL

With about 300 sunny days in a calendar year, India’s solar potential is one of the highest in the world. With a strong policy focus, India, today, is one of the few countries to have surpassed the figure of 50 GW installed solar capacity. In achieving this feat, India shares the stage with countries such as Germany, United States of America and China, some of the best known countries when it comes to utilising the solar power.

SOLAR POLICIES FOR

KERALA

MAXIMUM CAPACITY

SANCTIONED LOAD
99%
MAXIMUM LOAD
2 MW
Electricity generated by the rooftop solar system shall not be more than 90% of the electricity consumption at the end of the settlement period.
CUMMULATIVE CAPACITY OF LOCAL DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMER
MAXIMUM 30%
NET METERING
ALLOWED

TARIFF

NET IMPORT
EXISTING TARIFF SLAB

EXPORT

OTHER INCENTIVES
  • Solar Roof top Mandatory for new residential buildings having plot size more than 500 sq. yards and mandatory for commercial offices, malls, complex to install 3% to 5% capacity of their Sanctioned Load.
  • No permission is required from the building plan sanctioning authority forsetting up of rooftop solar power plants.

SOLAR POLICY

AND IT'S SOLAR HIGHLIGHTS

No permission is required from the building plan sanctioning authority forsetting up of rooftop solar power plants.

WHAT ARE OUR CUSTOMERS SAYING?

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Solar policies for
Maximum Capacity
  • Sanctioned load
  • Maximum load

Cummulative Capacity of Local Distribution Transformer
Net Metering
Tariff
  • Net Import
  • Export
Other Incentives
Solar Policy and it's Solar Highlights