Solar policies, subsidies and other incentives for the installation of rooftop solar systems in Tripura


Solar policies, subsidies and other incentives for the installation of rooftop solar systems in Tripura

With an area of 10,491.69 sq km and located in the northeastern part of the country, Tripura is the third smallest state in India. The state is endowed with a topography comprising plains, valleys and hill ranges, and a tropical climate with the rainy season falling between May and September. In 1998, the Tripura Renewable Energy Development Agency (TREDA) was set up to oversee the generation of electricity through renewable sources including solar panels in the state. Over the years TREDA has implemented many projects and schemes that have helped in generating electricity through solar systems to meet the requirements of a variety of residential, industrial and commercial consumers. Some of its ambitious schemes include the creation of solar cities, providing solar energy to 52,000 tribal families, electrification of rural areas of Tripura under Remote Village Electrification Programme (RVEP) and development of solar power plants. Read More

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