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KERC directs Karnataka Government to fix tariff for buying power from non conventional sources

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Dr V S Acharya, Minister for Higher Education, has said that the Karnataka State Cabinet has a fixed tariff to purchase power generated from non-conventional sources; having been asked by KERC for the same.

The price of every unit of power generated via solar photovoltaic cell plants and solar thermal units has been fixed at Rs 14.5 and Rs 11.35 per unit, respectively. It is mandatory for all electricity supply companies to source 0.25 per cent of power from non-conventional energy sources annually.
Policies & Regulations | News published on 24 / 01 / 2012 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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