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New renewable energy policy to implement power projects by 2025

This includes 12,930 MW of solar power projects, 2,500 MW of wind energy projects, 1,350 MW of co-generation projects, 380 MW of small hydro projects and 200 MW of urban solid waste-based projects, said Dinesh Waghmare.

The path to achieving 500 GW of renewables needs to be gradual, ensuring an orderly transition as coal is unavoidable in the near future. (Representational)

The Maharashtra government has come up with a new Renewable Energy Policy aiming at implementing 17,360 MW of transmission system-connected power projects by 2025.

This includes 12,930 MW of solar power projects, 2,500 MW of wind energy projects, 1,350 MW of co-generation projects, 380 MW of small hydro projects and 200 MW of urban solid waste-based projects, said Dinesh Waghmare, Principal Secretary (Energy) at the 4th Edition of ‘CII Renew India 2021’ organised by Confederation of Indian Industry, Maharashtra, on Thursday.

First published on: 01-10-2021 at 01:27:32 am
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