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  • TEDA | Tamilnadu Energy Development Agency
    SPV Power Plant NEW Kindly view the proposal under Announcements NOTIFICATION ON GRID TIE SOLAR ROOF TOP POWER PLANT MNRE Information Notice List of Empaneled Installers Rate contract tender for Grid Tied Solar Rooftop Power plant of 7kWp 10kWp at identified Government Buildings for SPV Systems Discontinuation of subsidy for Solar Water Heating Systems SWHS TEDA Enlistment of M s YK5 Power Madurai is hereby cancelled with immediate effect for misusing TEDA enlistment by calling themselves as approved vendor of TEDA 1 KW Grid Tied Domestic Solar Rooftops Additional State Incentive Apply here Project Completion Report Format for Solar Power Plants Chief Minister s Solar Rooftop Capital Incentive Scheme List of Empanelled Installers Vendor Enlistment Procedure TNERC Orders on Net Metering TANGEDCO Orders on Net Metering dt 7 2 2015 TANGEDCO Orders on Net Metering dt 11 12 2014 TANGEDCO Orders on Net Metering dt 18 03 2014 TANGEDCO Orders on Net Metering dt 17 02 2014 Tamil Nadu Solar Energy Policy 2012 Consumer Guide on Net Metering TANGEDCO Working instructions for Direct Net Metering services in Domestic TF MNRE solar energy group Notification for Government Department and Agencies Proposals in MNRE prescribed format is hereby invited from interested beneficiaries towards installation of Off Grid SPV Power Plant with battery for capacity upto 1KWp MNRE GoI SPV Off Grid Division had sanctioned for the installation of 2000Nos of SPV Power packs of 1KWp capacity each at individual households in Tamil vide MNRE 32 26 2013 14 PVSE Part I dated 26 05 2015 with the last date of project completion as 31 12 2015 The Balance capacity available for sanction as on 30 10 15 is 1557KWp Eligible Central Financial Assistance CFA is Rs 45000 per KWp Beneficiaries are hereby requested to make use of the sanction to install SPV Power Plant and claim eligible subsidy Sanction will be accorded on first cum first basis WIND ENERGY The wind installed capacity of the state is 7349 MW as on 31 07 2014 This is 40 of the country s total wind installed capacity Tamil Nadu is endowed BIO ENERGY Biomass has always been an important energy source for the country considering the benefits it offers It is renewable widely available carbon neutral and has SOLAR ENERGY Solar radiation sustains all forms of life on earth According to estimates sun radiates about 1 74 x 1017 W of power per hour to earth The main features o Introduction There is an ever increasing demand for energy in spite of the rising prices of oil other fossil fuel depletion of fossil fuels Energy demand in particular electricity production has resulted in creation of fossil fuel based power plants that let out substantial green house gas carbon emission into the atmosphere causing climate change and global warming The Government of Tamil Nadu is committed to mitigate the climate change effects by bringing out policies conducive to promote renewable energy generation in the State The Government intends to make renewable energy a people s

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  • About Teda | TEDA
    It is an independent agency setup by Government of Tamil Nadu in the year 1984 as a registered society with a specific purpose to create awareness and migrate the State from using fossil fuels to renewable energy Status of energy in India It is well known that India as well as the rest of the world is still powered predominantly by fossil fuels coal natural gas and oil While this is of great concern throughout the world in the case of India it is an even bigger concern India uses about 500 million T of coal every year to produce electricity about 3 6 trillion cubic feet of natural gas for power chemicals and fertilizers and over 160 million T of oil for transport and industry The growth in the usage of the fossil fuel sources has been increasing tremendously Such a huge growth has put tremendous strain on finances as a significant percentage of these fossil fuel has to be imported Pan India renewables currently constitute only a small part of our energy mix But renewable energy has started playing an increasingly important role and will be a vital part of our energy portfolio in future Tamil Nadu being a leader in RE For such a key industry such as renewable energy Tamil Nadu is the leader in the country Of the total renewable energy capacity of about 32 730MW installed all over India TN alone has about 8326 86MW thus about 25 44 of the total installed capacity In the important sector of wind energy this number is even more dominant with Tamil Nadu having about 34 31 of the total wind energy installed capacity in India TEDA has played an important role in making this happen In the last two years the solar power sector has grown

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  • Department | TEDA
    2012 Wind Energy Wind resource Assessment in TN for Solar wind hybrid systems Bio Energy Apply Domestic solar rooftop Capital Incentive Scheme Individual Application Domestic solar rooftop Capital Incentive Scheme Group Application Subsidy under JNNSM Solar Power Plant Domestic Subsidy under JNNSM Solar Power Plant Non Domestic Vendor Enlistment JNNSM Status of SPV Proposals Domestic JNNSM Status of SPV Proposals Non Domestic JNNSM Status of SWHS Proposals Payments Released Capital Incentive Scheme SPV SWHS Login Programmes CM s Solar Powered Green House Scheme CM s Solar Rooftop Capital Incentive Scheme Wind Solar Hybrid System Small Hydro Micro hydel projects Watermills Awareness Activities Announcements Achievements Solar Energy Solar Photovoltaic Power Plants Solar Air Heating Systems Part II Scheme 2007 08 of State Govt with 10 Solar Steam Cooking systems Bio Energy Wind Energy Tenders SPV Design Simulation Tools Off Grid With Battery Design Simulation Type I Off Grid With Battery Design Simulation Type 2 Grid Tie Without Battery Design Simulation User Guide Contact Home About Teda Department Energy Department Minister Thiru Natham R Viswanathan Electricity Non Conventional Energy Development Prohibition and Excise Molasses Secretary to Government FAC Thiru N S Palaniappan IAS Additional chief Secretary to Government Principal Secretary Chairman and

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  • Chairman and Managing Director | TEDA
    Proposals under JNNSM Solar Energy Policy 2012 Wind Energy Wind resource Assessment in TN for Solar wind hybrid systems Bio Energy Apply Domestic solar rooftop Capital Incentive Scheme Individual Application Domestic solar rooftop Capital Incentive Scheme Group Application Subsidy under JNNSM Solar Power Plant Domestic Subsidy under JNNSM Solar Power Plant Non Domestic Vendor Enlistment JNNSM Status of SPV Proposals Domestic JNNSM Status of SPV Proposals Non Domestic JNNSM Status of SWHS Proposals Payments Released Capital Incentive Scheme SPV SWHS Login Programmes CM s Solar Powered Green House Scheme CM s Solar Rooftop Capital Incentive Scheme Wind Solar Hybrid System Small Hydro Micro hydel projects Watermills Awareness Activities Announcements Achievements Solar Energy Solar Photovoltaic Power Plants Solar Air Heating Systems Part II Scheme 2007 08 of State Govt with 10 Solar Steam Cooking systems Bio Energy Wind Energy Tenders SPV Design Simulation Tools Off Grid With Battery Design Simulation Type I Off Grid With Battery Design Simulation Type 2 Grid Tie Without Battery Design Simulation User Guide Contact Home About Teda Chairman and Managing Director Chairman and Managing Director Thiru Mangat Ram Sharma IAS Principal Secretary Chairman and Managing Director TamilNadu Energy Development Agency EVK Sampath Maligai 5th Floor College

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  • Honours | TEDA
    Capital Incentive Scheme Group Application Subsidy under JNNSM Solar Power Plant Domestic Subsidy under JNNSM Solar Power Plant Non Domestic Vendor Enlistment JNNSM Status of SPV Proposals Domestic JNNSM Status of SPV Proposals Non Domestic JNNSM Status of SWHS Proposals Payments Released Capital Incentive Scheme SPV SWHS Login Programmes CM s Solar Powered Green House Scheme CM s Solar Rooftop Capital Incentive Scheme Wind Solar Hybrid System Small Hydro Micro hydel projects Watermills Awareness Activities Announcements Achievements Solar Energy Solar Photovoltaic Power Plants Solar Air Heating Systems Part II Scheme 2007 08 of State Govt with 10 Solar Steam Cooking systems Bio Energy Wind Energy Tenders SPV Design Simulation Tools Off Grid With Battery Design Simulation Type I Off Grid With Battery Design Simulation Type 2 Grid Tie Without Battery Design Simulation User Guide Contact Home About Teda Honours Honours K Chockalingam I A S Chairman Feb 1985 Apr 1985 Rajiv Walia I A S MD Feb 1985 Apr 1985 T V Antony I A S Chairman May 1985 Jan 1986 Chitra Jeyabalan I A S MD Apr 1985 Jun 1986 D K Oza I A S Chairman Jan 1986 Mar 1988 F J Vaz I A S MD Jun 1986 Mar 1988 F J Vaz I A S CMD Apr 1988 Feb 1989 T V Venkataraman I A S CMD Feb 1989 Jun 1991 V Sundaram I A S CMD Jun 1991 Jul 1991 K A Sundaram I A S CMD Aug 1991 Mar 1995 A Balraj I A S CMD Apr 1995 Feb 1999 R Satapathy I A S CMD Mar 1999 Jun 2002 K Allaudin I A S CMD Jun 2002 May 2006 A Elangovan I A S CMD May 2006 Jan 2008 Mohan Verghese Chunkath I A S CMD Jan 2008 May 2009 R Christodas Gandhi

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  • Governing Body Members | TEDA
    SWHS Proposals Payments Released Capital Incentive Scheme SPV SWHS Login Programmes CM s Solar Powered Green House Scheme CM s Solar Rooftop Capital Incentive Scheme Wind Solar Hybrid System Small Hydro Micro hydel projects Watermills Awareness Activities Announcements Achievements Solar Energy Solar Photovoltaic Power Plants Solar Air Heating Systems Part II Scheme 2007 08 of State Govt with 10 Solar Steam Cooking systems Bio Energy Wind Energy Tenders SPV Design Simulation Tools Off Grid With Battery Design Simulation Type I Off Grid With Battery Design Simulation Type 2 Grid Tie Without Battery Design Simulation User Guide Contact Home About Teda Governing Body Members Governing Body Members Sl No Name of the Members 1 Thiru Mangat Ram Sharma IAS Principal Secretary Chairman Managing Director Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agency E V K Sampath Maaligai 5 th Floor College Road Chennai 600 006 2 Thiru Rajesh Lakhoni IAS Secretary to Government FAC Energy Department Secretariat Chennai 600 009 3 Dr S Krishnan IAS Principal Secretary to Govt Planning and Development Dept Secretariat Chennai 600 009 4 Thiru Gagandeep Singh Bedi IAS Secretary to Government Rural Development Panchayat Raj Department Secretariat Chennai 600 009 5 Dr M Saikumar IAS CMD TANGEDCO TNEB Ltd Chairman TANTRANSCO 144 Anna Salai Chennai 600 002 6 Shri Tarun Kapoor IAS Joint Secretary Ministry of New Renewable Energy MNRE Block No 14 CGO Complex Lodi Road New Delhi 110 003 7 Dr P Umanath IAS Additional Secretary to Government Finance Department Secretariat Chennai 600 009 8 Thiru Madhusudan Khemka Chairman Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association 4th Floor Samson Towers 403L Pantheon Road Egmore Chennai 600 008 9 Thiru R Kulothungan Secretary inchargeTamil Nadu Biomass Power Producers Association Sigapi Achi Building 4 th Floor 18 3 Rukmani Lakshmipathi Road Egmore Chennai 600 008 10 Thiru P Ashok Kumar President

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  • Sectors | TEDA
    Non Domestic JNNSM Status of SWHS Proposals Payments Released Capital Incentive Scheme SPV SWHS Login Programmes CM s Solar Powered Green House Scheme CM s Solar Rooftop Capital Incentive Scheme Wind Solar Hybrid System Small Hydro Micro hydel projects Watermills Awareness Activities Announcements Achievements Solar Energy Solar Photovoltaic Power Plants Solar Air Heating Systems Part II Scheme 2007 08 of State Govt with 10 Solar Steam Cooking systems Bio Energy Wind Energy Tenders SPV Design Simulation Tools Off Grid With Battery Design Simulation Type I Off Grid With Battery Design Simulation Type 2 Grid Tie Without Battery Design Simulation User Guide Contact Home Sectors Sectors About Solar Energy Solar radiation sustains all forms of life on earth The main features of solar radiation are its wide spread distribution inexhaustible supply and pollution free source of energy India receives solar energy equivalent to about 500 trillion kWh per annum more than enough to provide for the entire country s needs In India the daily solar energy incidence varies from 4 7 kWh per m2 and many regions in the country enjoy 250 to 300 sunny days annually Types of Solar Energy Systems Solar Photovoltaic Systems Photovoltaic PV systems generate electricity from the light of the sun s rays Broadly solar PV systems can be classified as thin film or crystalline solar PV systems Owing to their modularity solar PV systems can be implemented on small rooftops to large MW scale ground mounted power plants Some of the key applications for solar PV include Utility scale solar power plants Rooftop solar power plants Solar streetlights Solar lanterns Solar water pumps Solar Thermal Systems Solar thermal systems recover energy from the heat of the sunlight Unlike solar PV which can be used only to generate electricity solar thermal systems can be used for

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  • Solar Energy | TEDA
    Home Sectors Solar Energy Solar Energy About Solar Energy Solar radiation sustains all forms of life on earth The main features of solar radiation are its wide spread distribution inexhaustible supply and pollution free source of energy India receives solar energy equivalent to about 500 trillion kWh per annum more than enough to provide for the entire country s needs In India the daily solar energy incidence varies from 4 7 kWh per m2 and many regions in the country enjoy 250 to 300 sunny days annually Types of Solar Energy Systems Solar Photovoltaic Systems Photovoltaic PV systems generate electricity from the light of the sun s rays Broadly solar PV systems can be classified as thin film or crystalline solar PV systems Owing to their modularity solar PV systems can be implemented on small rooftops to large MW scale ground mounted power plants Some of the key applications for solar PV include Utility scale solar power plants Rooftop solar power plants Solar streetlights Solar lanterns Solar water pumps Solar Thermal Systems Solar thermal systems recover energy from the heat of the sunlight Unlike solar PV which can be used only to generate electricity solar thermal systems can be used for power production or for heating cooling applications Thus solar thermal systems can be used in a range of applications from simple solar water heaters to solar air heating and air conditioning systems to medium temperature thermal applications and finally to produce power through concentrating solar power systems Key applications for solar PV include Solar water heaters Solar dryers Solar air conditioners Solar industrial process heating Concentrating solar thermal Concentrating solar power Solar Energy in Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu Solar Energy Policy The state came up with an ambitious solar energy policy in 2012 with the goal of 3000 MW

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