India has Installed 84 GW of Renewable Energy Capacity till November 2019: MNRE

"A total of 6083.48 MW of renewable energy capacity has been added during the year 2019-2020, taking the cumulative installed RE capacity to 84.39 GW as on November 2019," believed the monthly report released by MNRE

December 31, 2019. By News Bureau

India's renewable energy (RE) capacity had traversed 84 gigawatt (GW) mark by the end of November this year, fresh data released by the ministry of new and renewable energy (MNRE) revealed.

"A total of 6083.48 MW of renewable energy capacity has been added during the year 2019-2020, taking the cumulative installed RE capacity to 84.39 GW as on November 2019," believed the monthly report released by MNRE.

The installed RE capacity of 84.39 GW includes 37.28 GW from wind energy, 32.52 GW from solar, 9.94 GW from bio-power and 4.65 GW from small hydro plants. At present 31.68 GW capacity projects are at various stages of implementation and 18.68 GW capacity projects are under various stages of bidding.

The ministry has so far paid out around 53 per cent or Rs 2,788.44 crore of its total budget allocation for the present financial year.

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