MNRE Issues Nov 2020 Renewable Energy Report Card; India Installs 90 GW Capacity

India has installed an aggregate renewable energy (RE) capacity upto 90.39 GW as on November 30, 2020, out of which 763.47 MW added during the month itself, according to the information provided by the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE).

December 11, 2020. By Manu Tayal

India has installed an aggregate renewable energy (RE) capacity upto 90.39 GW as on November 30, 2020, out of which 763.47 MW added during the month itself, according to the information provided by the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE).

By the end of November 2020, solar energy capacity stood at 36.91 GW, wind energy at 38.43 GW, bio-power at 10.31 GW, while small hydropower at 4.74 GW.

Further, projects of 49.28 GW of capacity were at various stages of implementation and of 30.29 GW were under various stages of bidding.

Notably, India has set an ambitious target of 175 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2022, including 100 GW from solar energy, 60 GW from wind energy, 10 GW from small hydro power, and 5 GW from biomass.

Till November 30, 2020, an expenditure of Rs 2,098.33 crore has been incurred, which is around 36.04 per cent of the total budget estimate (BE) for the Ministry for FY21.

MNRE has shared this monthly summary with the Cabinet for the month of November 2020, in which it had shared other important events and developments during the month as well.

For more details on the cabinet brief click on the PDF.

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