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Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has said that State is ushering in a new era of power reforms and every village of Andhra Pradesh will emerge as a solar power production hub.
India has barred state authorities from unilaterally cancelling or modifying solar power purchase agreements after six state governments in last two months pushed developers to lower tariffs.
The Ministry of New & Renewable Energy said its guidelines for tariff based bidding for procuring solar power would reduce risk, enhance transparency and increase affordability.
In a bid to harness renewable energy, Sri Durga Malleswara Swamy Varla Devasthanam is setting up a solar power plant of one-megawatt capacity at an estimated cost of Rs.5 crores.
These solar glasses also work in indoor environments under illumination down to 500 lux - the usual illumination of an office or a living area.
The plants are expected to increase by another 10 mw by end of the current fiscal under the 'Power For All' programme.
A total of 16 solar panels of 300 Watt panel has been installed on the roof of the coach to generate the requisite power.
Energy Dept to call tenders for running pilot projects for storage of power generated from wind and daylight.
Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao expressed happiness over the achievement.
Cochin International Airport Ltd is all set to emerge as the second largest power producer in the state after KSEB, in three years.
The labour-intensive rooftop solar segment will employ 70 percent of the new workforce, creating seven times more jobs than large-scale projects such as solar farms.
Solar power tariff dropped further to hit a new low of Rs 2.44 per unit in the auction conducted for Bhadla solar park.
Solar power tariff has dropped to a record low of Rs 2.62 per unit in the auction conducted for Bhadla solar park.
Navratna PSU Nalco is planning to set up wind and solar power plants of 150 MW in the State for which it has sought early allocation of land from Odisha Government, said Minister of State for Power, C
Among states, Andhra Pradesh tops the chart cumulative solar generation capacity of 1,867 MW as on March 31, 2017 followed by Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu at 1,812 MW and 1,691 MW respectively.