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Solar Engineering, Business Corporate and Installation Training for youth and professionals from
Kerala - Thiruvananthapuram, Kilimanoor, Kovalam, Varkala, Kollam, Karunagappally, Thiruvalla, Alappuzha, Kottayam, Pala, kochi, Thrissur, Guruvayur, Palakkad, Malappuram, Kozhikode, Vadakara, Kannur, Payyanur, Kanhangad, Kasaragod
SOLAR POLICY FOR KERALA - Residential, Commercial & Industrial
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
Conditions: Cumulative capacity of all solar systems installed in your area shall not exceed 30% of distribution transformer capacity in your area LT systems and 80% for HT systems.
Kerala's Solar target set at 1,870 MW by 2022
The total installed capacity of the state, all sources in the state included, is now just shy of 3,000 MW. The KSEB alone expects to complete 15 solar power projects with a total installed capacity of 9.2 MW in 2018-19. Majority of these are rooftop solar plant projects in schools, government buildings and local bodies. In addition to these, the KSEB has also launched paperwork on seven other solar power projects.
Of the 200 MW Kasargod solar project, a 50 MW component is already functional. Moreover, the KSEB has also given conditional clearance for purchasing electricity generated at the proposed 170 MW solar project planned by NTPC Ltd at Kayamkulam, according to Electricity Minister M M Mani. ANERT pursues three separate schemes for generation of solar power using rooftop plants.
ANERT is now promoting the Renewable Energy Service Company (RESCO) model in the state for encouraging government hospitals and establishments to take up solar projects. The big attraction of this model, which is promoted by the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI), is the government agencies will not have to make any initial investment.