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Karnataka Smart Cities Issue Rooftop Solar Tenders for Government Buildings
Karnataka's Mangaluru Smart City Limited (MSCL) has issued a tender that calls for the installation of 1,288 kW of grid-connected rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) projects on the city’s government buildings.

The bid-submission deadline is April 30, 2018.
The successful bidder will be responsible for the design, finance, manufacture, supply, installation, testing, commissioning, as well as the operation and maintenance of the rooftop solar systems.

Mangaluru Smart City Limited will enter a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the successful bidder.
The developer will also be responsible for the evacuation of power from the rooftop solar system to the grid in line with the net metering program.
Another smart city in the state of Karnataka, Shivamogga Smart City, has also issued a tender for 430 kW of grid-connected rooftop solar PV projects to be established on the city’s government buildings.

The bid-submission deadline is April 21, 2018.
The scope of work includes the design, finance, manufacture, supply, installation, testing, commissioning, as well as the operation and maintenance of the rooftop solar systems. The projects will be developed under the Renewable Energy Service Company (RESCO) mode.

Last month, Karnataka’s Tumakuru Smart City Limited also tendered 2.7 MW of grid-connected rooftop solar PV projects to be established on the city’s government buildings. The bid-submission deadline is May 3, 2018.

Although India has so far installed nearly 1.6 GW of rooftop solar capacity, it needs to add 38.4 GW more if it is going to achieve its targeted goal of 40 GW of rooftop solar capacity by 2022. Of late, designated Smart Cities have begun stepping up their efforts to install the required efficient infrastructure, including rooftop solar.

That trend was also evident last year, when the municipal corporation of Raipur Smart City Limited tendered 2,155 kW of solar rooftop systems for development on government buildings in Raipur.


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SOLAR POLICY FOR KARNATAKA - Residential, Commercial & Industrial

1. NET METERING -
Capacity of solar system
Size: Min 1 kWp - Max 1 MWp
Limits in kW:
HT Consumers : upto 1 MWp
LT Consumers (Single Phase) : upto 5 kWp
LT Consumers (Three Phase): Above 5 kWp to 50 kWp
Conditions: 150% of your Sanctioned Load.


Karnataka's Solar target set at 6,000 MW by 2021

In tune with the tariff policy announced by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) last year, the State Government has amended its 2014-21 Solar Policy and set an ambitious target for the solar generation at 6,000 MW by March 2021.

Current installed capacity, including rooftop, is 300 MW.
A meeting of the State Cabinet, presided by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, on Tuesday approved the changes in the policy to encourage harnessing solar energy. The State’s solar energy potential is estimated in excess of 24,700 MW.

As per the tariff policy and targets fixed by MNRE, the solar energy should constitute eight per cent of the total energy consumption, excluding hydro energy by March 2022. The policy of the Centre envisages that 40 per cent of the solar generation should be through rooftop, Law and Parliamentary Affairs T.B. Jayachandra told presspersons.

The solar generation would be limited to 200 MW per taluk from all sources of generation excluding projects implemented on roof top. Such projects should be allocated on first-come-first-serve basis for various categories identified under clause 8 of the solar policy.


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