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MNRE clarifies that installation of additional D.C. Capacity of solar PV power plants should be left to developers

The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has issued an advisory/clarification dated 05-11-2019 stating that as long as the solar PV power plant is in accordance with the contracted AC capacity and meets the range of energy supply based on Capacity Utilisation Factor (CUF) requirements, the design and installation of solar capacity on the DC side should be left to the generator / developer. The Ministry further clarified stating that any person is entitled to set up any capacity which he desires to set up, and sell power to any entity which may want to buy it.

Speaking on the issue, Shri R.K. Singh, Minister of State (I/C) for Power, New & Renewable Energy and MoS for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship said, “Ensuring ease of doing business for the bonafide producers / developers is of the paramount importance to the country. We are committed for providing a hassle free path to the developers of renewable energy which could help India to achieve energy security in future…

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