Currently, a total of 668.64 MW power is being generated from solar, wind, biomass and small hydro projects. Three new solar parks are being developed in the state. Madhya Pradesh is moving towards setting an example in the country in the field of renewable energy production
December 30, 2019. By News Bureau
Madhya Pradesh is producing energy from alternative sources of renewable energy along with conventional energy production. Grid-connected and off grid-projects have taken shape in the last one year in the state. Currently, a total of 668.64 MW power is being generated from solar, wind, biomass and small hydro projects. Three new solar parks are being developed in the state. Madhya Pradesh is moving towards setting an example in the country in the field of renewable energy-production.
A scheme has been started to set up renewable energy plants on the barren land of the state. Rewa and scheme project sites were well known due to wastelands in the past. Barren land has also been selected for Agar, Shajapur, Neemuch Solar Parks. Small investors are being encouraged to participate in Renewable Energy Service Company tenders. The state was getting 1537 MW electricity from solar power, which has increased to around 2200 MW this year, till November 2018. Biomass power generation has also increased from 92.55 MW to 116.35 MW. There were 14 thousand solar pumps till November 2018, in the last one year which have increased to 18 thousand.
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