Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) of Bharat has released a year-by-year breakdown of solar capacity targets by states to reach its overall 100 GW solar capacity target by 2022.

Created by Raahul_Kumar on 2015-09-13; known on 2022-12-25

  • Raahul_Kumar estimated 100% on 2015-09-13
  • Raahul_Kumar changed the deadline from “on 2022-12-25” and changed their prediction from “Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) of Bharat has released a year-by-year breakdown of solar capacity targets by states to reach its overall 100 GW solar capacity target by 2022. Bharat has more than 4 GW of grid-connected solar capacity and plans” on 2015-09-13
  • Raahul_Kumar said “Solar power will be added according to the MNRE 2 GW 2015-2016 12 GW 2016-2017 15 GW 2017-2018 16 GW 2018-2019 17 GW 2019-2020 17.5 GW 2020-2021 17.5 GW 2021-2022.on 2015-09-13
  • Raahul_Kumar said “Solar rooftop capacity 40 GW at the end of March 2022.4.8 GW 2016-2017 5 GW 2017-2018 6 GW 2018-20197 GW 2019-20208 GW 2020-2021 9 GW 2021-2022 on 2015-09-13
  • JoshuaZ estimated 15% and said “Probability that they will hit every target and exatly so within that range is very low. on 2015-09-13
  • Raahul_Kumar said “Can you back that up Joshua? The 2015-15 target is 2 Gw and we will know that you are wrong. 15% leaves no room for doubt.on 2015-09-15
  • Raahul_Kumar said “Pg 16 – Nov solar capacity increased to 1, 112 MW.http://mnre.gov.in/file-manager/UserFiles/Achievements-of-Power-Coal-and-MNRE-Nov2015-English.pdfon 2015-12-07
  • Raahul_Kumar said “ 4.3 GW between April 2015 and March 2016. 10.8 GW FY 2016-17.19 GW by March 2017.https://cleantechnica.com/2015/12/03/solar-power-now-indias-2nd-largest-renewable-energy-technology/on 2015-12-07
  • Raahul_Kumar said “During 2016-17, we are hoping to add 12,000 MW in solar sector alone. —Piyush Goyal, minister. Still 3Gw short of traget, but they have a year to get there.on 2016-01-03

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