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  • Wind Energy | TEDA
    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 Achievements Wind Energy Wind Energy Wind Energy Generators Nos Installed Capacity of the State as on 31 10 2011 TANGEDCO Private SL NO PERIOD TOTAL WEG Nos Installed capacity in MW 1 2 3 4 1 AS ON 31 3 04 3821 1361 490 2 1 4 04 31 3 05 1140 678 735 3 1 4 05 31 3 06 1322 857 555 4 1 4 06 31 3 07 944 577 910 5 1 4 07 31 3 08 554 381 075 6 1 4 08 31 3 09 561 430 975 7 1 4 09 31 3 10 818 602 025 8 1 4 10 31 3 11 1204 997 400 9 01 04 2011 to Oct 2011 631 660 725 TOTAL 10995 6547 890 Total WEGs Installed Capacity SL NO WIND MILLS INSTALLED BY NO OF WEGS

    Original URL path: http://teda.in/achievements/wind-energy-2/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Tenders | TEDA
    Status of SPV Proposals Domestic under JNNSM Status of SPV Proposals Non Domestic under JNNSM Status of SWHS 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 Tender Management Install solar on house save upto Rs 14 700 per year Quick

    Original URL path: http://teda.in/tender-management/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Tools (Click the image to download the Tool) | TEDA
    JNNSM Status of SPV Proposals Non Domestic under JNNSM Status of SWHS 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 Tools Click the image to download the Tool Tools Click the image to download the Tool User Guide Download

    Original URL path: http://teda.in/spv-design-simulation-tools/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Contact | TEDA
    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 Contact Contact If you require assistance please direct them to the corresponding authority listed below Corporate Office TamilNadu Energy Development Agency E V K Sampath Maaligai 5 th floor No 68 College Road Chennai 600 006 TEDA Office Ph 2822 4830 2823 6592 Fax 2822 2971 Email info teda in Chairman Managing Director Thiru Mangat Ram Sharma IAS General Manager Schemes Tmt M Indhumathi gm teda in General Manager Technical

    Original URL path: http://teda.in/contact/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Solar Energy | TEDA
    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 of solar power in Tamil Nadu by 2015 More about the

    Original URL path: http://teda.in/programes/solar-energy/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Login | TEDA
    Proposals Non Domestic under JNNSM Status of SWHS 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 Login Existing Users Log In Username Password Remember Me Forgot password Click here to reset New User Click here to register Install solar on

    Original URL path: http://teda.in/login-2/ (2016-05-02)
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  • About Teda | TEDA
    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 What is the problem TEDA is solving We need energy to power our appliances to fuel our vehicles for everything We have been depending on fossil fuels for our energy needs Fossil fuels come from natural reserves like coal and oil The problem with fossil fuel is they are limited in supply The whole world consumes fossil fuel that its only a matter of time before we run out of them The result could be catastrophic The cost of power or fuel would be unimaginably high because of great demand and depreciating supply This is already happening Besides at the rate we are consuming fossil fuel it will have a disastrous impact on our fragile atmosphere If you are wondering why the seasons are not predictable anymore why it rains when it normally doesn t or its hot when its not supposed to be we have caused almost all of it by our fossil fuel dependence We need to change quickly to renewable energy before its too late World over this is a pressing issue TEDA is doing its bit for the state of Tamil Nadu by being a channel of initiatives for both Central government and government of Tamil Nadu How does renewable energy solve this problem Renewable energy doesn t deplete Sun never stops giving its light no matter how much we use the sunlight So it is with the wind They are always there and will always be there All we need is a way to harness them and create power from them Thanks to modern technology we now have everything we need to obtain free unlimited power from renewable energy Even better this is absolutely environment friendly so we can leave the earth preserved for the future generations to enjoy Nature has a way of healing itself when we stop hurting it So eventually everything could be back to how it used to be Monsoons coming in time fuels getting cheaper etc Wouldn t you like it What has TEDA achieved so far Grid connected power Tamil Nadu has achieved tremendous success in harnessing renewable energy for generation of grid quality power It has an installed capacity of 4790 MW from renewable sources as on 31 3 2009 against country s installed capacity of 14485 MW which is about 33 As a share of grid power renewable energy with installed capacity of 4790 MW accounts for about 32 of TNEB s total grid capacity of about 15 100 MW while the national average is 9 only Dividing the 2008 09 the total units generated in Tamil Nadu from Renewable energy sources is 7532 million units which is 11 of Tamil Nadu is grid consumption Wind power Tamil Nadu is No 1 in India with an installed capacity of 4287 MW as on 31

    Original URL path: http://teda.in/about/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Chief Minister’s Solar Rooftop Capital Incentive Scheme | TEDA
    applicant moves to a different address after the registration of an application a new application with the new address details will have to be filed and application seniority of the old application will be cancelled 6 Signed hard copies after on line registrations must be sent to TEDA office in Chennai immediately If the hard copy application is not received the online registration shall be annulled Seniority will be as per online submission date 7 Applicants who do not make on line applications will be given application seniority on the basis of the date of receipt of the hard copy application in TEDA s Chennai office These applications will be assigned seniority after the on line applications received on that day 8 TEDA will provide sanction letters for both online and offline applications These sanction letters will be available on the website of TEDA for downloading by the applicants The applicants can then check status download workorder formats sanction formats etc by giving their Registration number Sanction number will also be sent by sms email 9 List of Installer Installers approved by TEDA with the price after shortlisting through tender process shall be displayed on the TEDA website The applicant shall select one of the Installer from this list 10 The inter connection between the solar grid inverter and the building s electrical distribution board for a maximum cable length of 25 m will be within the scope of the solar plant Installer The cost of additional lengths of cable shall be borne by the applicant 11 Approved cost by TEDA will be for flat roof installation only If the roof is not flat and requires additional mounting structure then that will have to be separately borne by the applicant 12 a The applicant shall make payment of the solar PV system cost to the Installer excluding 30 Ministry of New and Renewable Energy MNRE subsidy Rs 20 000 per kWp State Incentive b The comprehensive maintenance charges CMC to be paid to the Installer is optional c 30 MNRE subsidy limited to 30 of MNRE bench mark cost or project cost whichever is less 13 Under this scheme no Generation Based Incentive GBI will be provided by the Government of TamilNadu Terms Conditions Detailed Guidelines to be adhered by the Applicant 1 For individual applicants only 1 KWp plants for residential purpose will be considered for a TamilNadu Government subsidy of Rs 20 000 per kWp 2 The subsidy can be availed only by domestic consumers with a TANGEDCO service connection under tariff LA 1A 3 The subsidy scheme applies only to grid connected rooftop solar PV systems comprising solar PV modules rooftop support structure solar grid inverter cabling and protective devices Grid tie system only will be considered 4 Crediting of excess power solar power generated minus power consumed in the residential building that is fed into the TANGEDCO grid will be given only after Tamil Nadu Energy Regulatory Commission TNERC issues net metering guidelines Until such time

    Original URL path: http://teda.in/chief-ministers-solar-rooftop-capital-incentive-scheme/ (2016-05-02)
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