Tamil Nadu unveils solar energy policy

With the state reeling under acute power crisis, Tamil Nadu government today unveiled a solar energy policy under which installation of solar panels in all new government and local body buildings would be made mandatory.

Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa announced the new policy, which seeks to tap 3000 MW of power in the next three years through solar energy. The policy hopes to generate 1000 MW each year till 2015.

Creation of solar energy parks, encouragement to people to install solar panels at home and gradual installation of solar panels in government and local body buildings are some of the salient features of the new policy, an official release said.

It said street lighting and drinking water distribution would be managed gradually through solar energy in local body and government buildings.

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Mechanical engineer with experience in Power Plant maintenance , operation and auditing for ISI marked products. MBA in Power Management from National Power Training Institute, Faridabad. Working as Consultant for Bridge to India Pvt. Ltd. Expertise in: 1) Power sector regulations 2) Financial Modelling 3) Project Development solar PV plants 4) Strategic consulting 5) Report writing

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