Gujarat Chief Minister on June 22, 2021, announced the ‘Gujarat Electric Vehicle Policy 2021’. The Gujarat Electric Vehicle Policy 2021 aims to make Gujarat a hub for electric vehicles by promoting the use of electric vehicles in the state, reducing pollution generated by non-electric vehicles, and boosting investments in electric mobility.

The Gujarat government has announced the new ‘Gujarat Solar Power Policy 2021′ with incentives for residential, commercial, and industrial rooftop solar developers. The policy will be valid until December 31, 2025.

Announcing Gujarat Industrial Policy 2020 that aims to provide an estimated Rs 40,000 crore as subsidies to industries in the next five years, the state government said that the new policy will help lease out government land to industrialists, provide incentives to private industrial parks and also provide “relocation incentives” to units lookin

The government of Gujarat has approved a policy that aims to develop the state’s small-scale distributed solar photovoltaic (PV) sector. According to a Gujarat government official, The policy aims to facilitate the development of small-scale solar PV projects with sizes ranging between 0.5 and 4 MW.

In a bid to ensure optimal use of land and transmission infrastructure, the Gujarat government announced a policy to promote setting up of wind as well as solar power projects at one location. The 'Wind-Solar Hybrid Power Policy-2018' will remain in force for five years.

This policy announced by the Gujarat government will promote the use of treated wastewater and will see the setting up of sewage treatment plants (STP) in all major towns and cities of Gujarat.

Repowering Policy to promote optimum utilization of wind energy resources by creating facilitative framework for repowering.

This Wind Solar Hybrid Power Policy-2017 aims to scale up installation of wind and solar hybrid power project in order to minimize the variability apart from optimally utilizing the infrastructure including land and transmission system and thus strengthening the energy security of the country.

The environmental benefits of wind energy as an alternative for conventional energy sources are clear and compelling. With an aim to entail a more conducive policy & investment framework to spur more competition and private sector participation for development of wind projects.

The Industries and Mines Department, Government of Gujarat has prepared the draft rules named, "The Gujarat Mineral (Prevention of Illegal Mining and Transportation and Storage) Rules, 2016" for the provisions relating to prevention of illegal mining and transportation and storage of mineral under section 23C of the Mines and Minerals (Developme