National Wind-Solar Hybrid Policy

India is one of the biggest and most alluring sustainable power source showcase internationally. A few elements add to India’s driving position, for example, – world’s biggest sustainable power source extension design, world’s fourth biggest introduced limit with regards to wind and 6th biggest for sunlight based, and duty to seek after monetary development that depends on clean wellsprings of vitality and feasible improvement as an early contestant to the Paris Climate Accord.


With more than 1000 GW potential for sunlight based and wind vitality, India has been pushing to set up foundation and give motivating forces to encourage these ventures. In a point of interest move, India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has discharged the National Wind-Solar Hybrid Policy to advance and boost wind-sun based half and half ventures in India.


The primary goal of the arrangement is to advance extensive matrix associated wind-sun based half breed framework. Half breed ventures empower ideal and effective usage of transmission foundation and land, decrease the inconstancy in inexhaustible power age and accomplish better network strength. This approach goes for empowering new advances, strategies and way-outs including consolidated activity of wind and sun based vitality.


Key Highlights of the Policy


Advances both new half breed extends and in addition hybridisation of existing breeze/sunlight based tasks.


The power secured from the mixture undertaking might be utilized for satisfaction of sun oriented Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO) and non-sunlight based RPO.


No extra network or transmission limit charges will be exacted by the separate transmission element for the hybridization at existing breeze or sunlight based undertakings.


Battery stockpiling can be added to the mixture venture to diminish the changeability of yield control from wind sun based half breed plant; and guarantee accessibility of firm power for a period.