|Year:||2010 (last updated 2017)|
|Policy status:||In Force|
|Date Effective:||2010 (last updated 2017)|
|Policy Type:||Regulatory Instruments>Other mandatory requirements, Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Tax relief, Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Feed-in tariffs/premiums, Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Grants and subsidies, Research, Development and Deployment (RD&D)>Research programme|
|Policy Target:||Energy Sector>Electricity Generation>Renewable>Solar Thermal, Energy Sector>Electricity Generation, Energy Sector>Electricity Generation>Renewable>Solar Photovoltaic|
|Agency:||Ministry of New and Renewable Energy|
|Funding:||Ministry of New and Renewable Energy|
The Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM), or the National Solar Mission, is an initiative of the Government of India and State Governments to promote solar power in India. Inaugurated in January 2010, the JNNSM has been revised twice and now boasts a target of 100 GW of solar PV by 2022.
The objective of JNNSM is to establish India as a global leader in solar energy by creating the policy conditions for its deployment across the country. Each Phase is supported by differing key policies and targets.
Phase I (2010 – 2013):
Phase II (2014 – 2017):
13th Plan (Phase III (2017 – 2022)):
:ey policies and targets related to the 13th Plan are subject to an evaluation of progress and review of capacity and targets based on emerging cost and technology trends on a regular basis.
Last modified: Wed, 08 Nov 2017 17:33:55 CET