Growth of Solar Power Projects in MP S R Mohanty Additional Chief Secretary, Government of MP

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Launched on 11th January 2011 with a resolution to Deploy 20,000 MW of Grid Connected Solar Projects by 2022.IAS SR Mohanty Solar Power project.

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  • Growth of Solar Power Projects in MP S R Mohanty Additional Chief Secretary, Government of MP
  • State of Madhya Pradesh in India 2 Located at the Heart of India. Second largest State in India Tropic of Cancer passes through the state Logistically Well Connected
  • Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission 3 Launched on 11th January 2011 with a resolution to Deploy 20,000 MW of Grid Connected Solar Projects by 2022 Phase I completed successfully. Batch I 249.55 MW Batch II 350.00 MW Total Pan India PV Capacity : 2631.9 MW Pan India Capacity Added During 2013-14 : 947.47 MW
  • PV Solar Capacity Addition 2013- 14 4 Sr. No. State/UT Total Commissioned Cap till 31.04.14 Total Commissioned Cap till 31.04.13 Difference Position During 2014 1 Andhra Pradesh 131.84 23.15 108.69 4 2 Chhattisgarh 7.1 4 3.1 3 Gujrat 916.4 857.9 58.5 6 4 Haryana 10.3 7.8 2.5 5 Karnataka 31 14 17 6 Madhya Pradesh 347.16 37.31 309.85 1 7 Maharashtra 249.25 100 149.25 3 8 Orissa 30.5 13 17.5 9 Punjab 16.845 9.325 7.52 10 Rajasthan 730.1 551.15 178.95 2 11 Tamil Nadu 98.36 17.05 81.31 5 12 Others 63.05 49.75 13.3 Total 2631.905 1684.435 947.47
  • Madhya Pradesh Advantages for Solar Projects
  • Madhya Pradesh & Solar Energy 6 More than 300 days of clear sun. Solar radiation between 5.6 - 6.2 kWh/sq. m/day Limited Dust and Moisture
  • Solar Power in MP Transmission Capacity of More than 13000 MW and Expanding Stable Transmission Network Over 10,000 Hectare identified for solar energy projects Availability of abundant land
  • Madhya Pradesh RE Policy Development Strategy
  • Requisite Support System 9 Clear Policy Direction Simple Documentation Transparency in Approach Quick and Committed Response Committed Implementation
  • Policy Development 10 Formulation Process Kept Open Draft shared with all stake holders Consultation with Financial Institutions, Consultants etc
  • Policy Development 11 Simple land allocation procedures. No environment impact assessment required No land or project related inspection.
  • Policy Development 12 No permission for construction from local bodies Simple Process & Minimal documentation Transparent project clearance & monitoring
  • Policy Benefits Notified on July 2012
  • Benefits under Policies 14 Ease in selection of land Freedom to identify suitable land Bankable document for government land Government land for 25 years
  • Benefits under Policies 15 No electricity duty for 10 years No electricity cess for 10 years Wheeling charges reduced to 2%
  • Benefits under Policies 16 Third party sale permitted Sale outside the state permitted No VAT and no entry tax Benefits of industry status also provided
  • Benefits under Policies 17 Stamp duty exemption on pvt. land purchase 100% banking Reduction in contract demand for captive use 100% CDM Benefit
  • Response to Policy Framework
  • Page 19 Response to Polices (Phase I Oct 2012, Phase II May 2013 and Phase III May 2014) 56 96 50 23 77 99 Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Response in Numbers Solar Wind 880 1461 588685 3527 5753 Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Response in MW Solar Wind
  • 20 Solar Projects in the state (From 2 MW to 2 GW)
  • Projects Under Execution 21 MW Numbers Solar 1449 118
  • Page 22 Capacity Installed March 2012 2.0 MW Capacity Commissioned By Apr 2014 354 MW Progress in Solar Power
  • Solar Capacity Addition 23 2 220 354 375 1250 1700 2000 Apr 2012 Sep 2013 Mar 2014 Jun 2014 May 2015 Dec 2015 March 2016
  • MP: Take-off Stage 24 Maximum Capacity Addition Pan-India During 2013-14
  • REC Projects in MP First REC project of India registered in MP Projects registered: 52 25 Highest number of projects registered in the country
  • 26 JNNSM Phase II Batch I
  • Developers Selected from M.P. 27 Name of Developer MW SEI Sitara Pvt. Ltd. 30 SEI L'Volta Pvt. Ltd. 20 Focal Energy Solar India Pvt. Ltd. 40 IL&FS Energy Development Company Limited 40 Hero Solar Energy Pvt. Ltd. 30 Finnsurya Energy Pvt. Ltd. 30 Waree Energy Pvt Ltd 50 Total 250
  • M.P. in JNNSM 28 Total Projects 250 MW (1/3 rd of Total Allocation) Weighted Average VGF from MP : Lower by 2-5% in both the DCR and open category from the Pan India average
  • 29 Key Developers in M.P.
  • Key Developers: Commissioned Projects 30 Name of Developer MW Welspun Solar Madhya Pradesh Pvt Ltd 130 Alpha Infra Pvt Ltd 20 Friends Salt Works & Allied Industries 10 KRBL Limitd 9.31 M & B Switch Gears Limited 7 Deepak Industries Limited 5 Bhadresh Trading Corporation Ltd 5 Shri Balaji Enterprises 2 Eastman International 2 Adora Energy Pvt Ltd 2
  • Key Developers: Ongoing Projects 31 Name of Developer MW NTPC Ltd 50 Deligentia Energy & Infrastructure Pvt Ltd 25 Dmulasia Solar Energy Pvt Ltd 100 Radox Consultants Services Pvt Ltd 100 Waaree Energies Pvt Ltd Mumbai 99 Welspun Renewable Energy Ltd Mumbai 55 Emami Power Ltd Kolkata 30 Avantee Power Pvt Ltd Indore 25 Jyotikiran Energy Pvt Ltd Noida 51 Steple Energy Pvt Ltd Bhopal 35
  • Key Developers: Ongoing Projects 32 Name of Developer MW Sai Prakash Power India Ltd 100 Satec Solar Energy Pvt Ltd 10 ADS Project and System Pvt Ltd 10 THDC India Lts Tehri Garhwal 20 Forever Solar Project Pvt Ltd 24 M & B Switch Gears Ltd 121.85 Banco Infrastructure Pvt Ltd 11 Ujjas Energy Ltd 23 NJS Renewable Energy Pvt Ltd 20 Madhya Pradesh Construction Company 4
  • Recent Initiatives
  • Recent Initiatives for Investment Facilitation Solar Park and Farms Resource Assessment Infrastructure upgradation Process simplification
  • Solar Park 35 Identified locations - Neemuch - Mandsaur - Sheopur kalan - Rewa - Rajgarh
  • Solar Park SOLAR PARK POLICY NOTIFIED THE SOLAR PARKS WILL BE DEVELOPED ON PPP MODE THE SOLAR PARKS WILL BE OF MIN CAPACITY OF 100 MW ADDITIONAL BENEFITS TO THAT OF SOLAR POLICY 36
  • Solar Farms State to set up four solar farms of 15MW each Farms to include all infrastructure Farms to be ready with EPC pre fixed Farms for small investors to plug and play. 37
  • Resource Assessment 38 Investment Facilitation Infrastructure upgradation Process Simplification Resource Assessment 20 stations for solar radiation measurement
  • Infrastructure Up gradation 39 Transmission infrastructure Upgradation INR 2100 Crore Plan ready Cater to 4000 MW Under PPP Mode Funded by NCEF
  • Process Simplification 40 Process Simplification Dynamic Project Tracking System Documents Standardization
  • MW Scale Projects Commissioned
  • Project Sites in MP 42
  • 43 First 1 MW Plant Commissioned in March 2012 First REC Plant in the Country
  • 44 3 MW Plant Commissioned in December 12 12 MW Plant Commissioned on 31st March
  • 45 25 MW Plant Commissioned June 13 15 MW Plant Commissioned June 13
  • 46 20 MW Plant Commissioned in September 2013
  • 47 25 MW Plant at Khilchipur , distt Rajgarh (Biaora) developed by Acme Tele; commissioned in Jan 2014
  • Largest Solar Pr