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The development of an ecosystem- through economic, social, institutional arrangements- is of utmost importance in supporting technology dissemination and adequately serving the needs of a community.

The objectives of these guidelines are: To facilitate a quick start up of the JNNSM; To ensure serious participation for projects to be selected under JNNSM; To facilitate speedier implementation of the new projects to be selected to meet the Phase I target of JNNSM; To enhance confidence in the Project Developers; and To promote manufacturin

The Nation Solar Mission is dependent the performance of its first phase and its later phases are contingent on the first phase outcomes. Certain portion of the subsidy is also contingent under a potential climate deal in future. There is thus an emergent need for accelerated progress for implementing the targets in the First Phase.

Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) was launched by Prime Minister of India in January 2010 with an aim to promote ecologically sustainable growth while addressing India’s energy security challenge. This is the proposed technology configurations for grid connected solar power demonstration projects under Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission

Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission approved by the cabinet recently. The mission will be implemented in three phases and aims to feed 20,000 MW to the national grid by 2022, with an initial investment of Rs 4,337 crore.

The draft of India’s ambitious National Solar Mission plan under the National Action Plan on Climate Change approved by the Prime Minister of India on 3rd Aug 09. The plan has an ambitious target of generating 20,000 MW solar power by 2020 and this mission document describes the mission strategy in three phases.

This mission document is part of the eight mission documents under India

25 Jan 2013

India’s solar power policy is now entering round two. And there is much that needs to be reviewed and reworked as the business of solar energy has seen massive turbulence in India as well as globally. In the first phase (2010 to 2013) of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) the target was to set up 1,000-2,000 MW of grid-based solar power in the country. By 2013, the country has indeed commissioned some 1,000 MW of solar power, but 700 MW of this target comes from the non-JNNSM state of Gujarat.

Centre for Science & Environment organised a discussion on the recently released draft policy document on the second phase of the national solar mission on 22 December, 2012. Representatives from the industry, NGOs and state government attended the discussion.