The Jharkhand Renewable Energy Development Authority (JREDA) on Friday said it has prepared a framework for the state rooftop solar power policy 2018 with an objective to produce 500-megawatt (MW) power through grid-connected rooftop solar plants by 2022. JREDA director Niranjan Kumar said the new policy will facilitate rooftop solar power projects in the state’s urban settlements.
Speaking at an event at a city hotel, Kumar said, “The state’s solar rooftop policy, after its notification, will certainly help in setting up solar power projects to achieve the solar rooftop targets of Ranchi and Jamshedpur.
We are also working to develop a solar roadmap for Jharkhand so that we can achieve the targets set under the Jharkhand Solar Policy 2015.”
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