The amended solar policy will be notified by the end of November, the electricity department stated at the public hearing held by the Joint Electricity Regulatory Commission (JERC) on Tuesday.
Consumers and solar developers present at the meeting held at Ravindra Bhavan in Margao said that the government is not doing enough to ensure that more solar power is generated within the state.
The department informed consumers that it has taken the lead in setting up roof top solar installations on its buildings with an installed capacity of 410KW and that the tendering process was over. Read more
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