Tumakuru Solar Project

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Pavagada Solar Park, Karnataka
Pavagada solar park, also known as Shakti Sthala, is a 2GW solar complex being developed in Pavagada, Tumkur district, approximately 180km from Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. It is expected to become the world’s biggest solar farm when completed.

The project is being developed by Karnataka Solar Power Development Corporation Limited (KSPDCL), a joint venture between Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) and Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited (KREDL), with an estimated investment of Rs16.5bn ($2.5bn).

Development is part of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) scheme, which aims to build solar parks and ultra-mega solar power projects to achieve the 100GW solar power target by 2020.

The project is also part of Karnataka’s Solar Policy 2014-2021, which aims to shift the dependency from conventional power resources to eco-friendly energy resources.

Solar park construction started in October 2016 and the 600MW first phase was commissioned in January 2018. The entire solar park is expected to be completed by the end of 2018, while commissioning will be completed by 2019.

The project will displace approximately 578,631t of carbon dioxide emissions a year.
Fixed-tilted photovoltaic solar panels with a tilt angle of 15° due south and flat panels will be installed at the solar park. A total of 166,668 units of Canadian Solar’s CS6X-300P solar panels and 499,995 units of First Solar’s FS-3100 solar photovoltaic modules will be used for each 50MW block.

The CS6X-300P models have 72 poly-crystalline cells measuring 156mm x 156mm. The module efficiency is up to 15.63% with an optimum operating voltage of 36.1V. The module frame material is of anodised aluminium alloy and the front cover is of 3.2mm tempered glass.


Introduction on PV applications and current global market trends. Grid-tied PV systems. Training for contractors, project managers, engineers, electricans, quality inspectors etc. Early bird discount. Course selection support. Skilled training provider.

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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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