The Ministry of Power has issued a draft amendment to Electricity (Rights of Consumers) Rules, 2020, which allows net metering for rooftop solar systems of loads up to 500 kW or up to the sanctioned load, whichever is lower and net billing (gross metering) or net feed-in for above 500 kW.
India has installed 42.3 GW of cumulative grid-connected solar capacity, with additions led by Karnataka (7,409 MW), Rajasthan (6,581 MW), and Gujarat (5,132 MW).
The rooftop solar solutions provider will utilize the funds for its existing and new pipeline of distributed PV projects under its asset vehicle MYSUN+.
Indian manufacturer Vision Mechatronics has deployed a lithium-lead-acid hybrid battery storage system coupled with a rooftop solar plant at Om Shanti Retreat Centre (ORC) in the State of Haryana. The 1MWh storage system uses a combination of 614.4 kWh Lithium batteries with a 480kWh tubular-gel lead-acid battery.
The Mumbai-headquartered solar developer and EPC company is targeting a portfolio of 1+ GW by 2022, with growth fueled by an increased interest in commercial and industrial open-access segment.
Tata has landed an INR400 crore contract from Kerala State Electricity Board Limited to install the rooftop capacity for domestic consumers across the state.
Distributed solar company Oorjan Cleantech has installed a 100 kWp rooftop solar plant on the high-rise towers of the Mahavir Universe Phoenix Society in Mumbai. The installation uses 230+ solar panels over a 7500-square-feet shadow-free area on the rooftop.
The 6.2MWp solar carport at Tata Motors’ plant in Maharashtra spans over 30,000 square meters. It will generate 86.4 lakh kWh of electricity per year, helping to offset about 7,000 tons of carbon emissions annually.
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