Journal of Solar Energy / 2013 / Article / Tab 11

Review Article

Development of Solar Electricity Supply System in India: An Overview

Table 11

Compilation of recently declared preferential tariffs for solar PV and solar thermal technologies [27].

State/centreSolar PVSolar thermal
Tariff (Rs/kWh)Control periodTariff (Rs/kWh)Control period

CERCLev-10.39
AD-1.04
After AD-9.35
FY 2012-2013Lev-12.46
AD-1.24
After AD-11.22
FY 2012-2013

Andhra Pradesh17.91 (without AD)
14.95 (with AD)
2010-2011 and 2011-201215.31 (without AD)
12.85 (with AD)
2010-2011 and 2012-2013

Bihar10.9 (without AD)
09.85 (with AD)
Up to March 31, 2015 commissioning13.11 (without AD)
11.87 (with AD)
Up to March 31, 2015 commissioning

GujaratFor MW scale plants:  
Jan 2012–March 2013: 10.37 (without AD), 09.28 (with AD),
FY 2013-2014: 9.64 (without AD), 8.63 (with AD),
FY 2014-2015: 8.97 (without AD), 8.03 (with AD)
For kW scale plants  
Jan 2012–March 2013: 12.44 (without AD), 11.14 (with AD),
FY 2013-2014: 11.57 (without AD), 10.36 (with AD),
FY 2014-2015: 10.76 (without AD), 9.63 (with AD)
Jan 29, 2012 to March 31, 201512.91 (without AD)
11.55 (with AD)
Jan 29, 2012 to March 31, 2015

Haryana9.18 (SPV crystalline)
8.90 (SPV thin film)
3 years (till FY 2013–FY 2015)12.173 years (till FY 2013–FY 2015)

Karnataka14.5 (including rooftop and small solar PV plants)Up to March 31, 2013 commissioning11.35Up to March 31, 2013 commissioning

Kerala15.18 (including incentives)For projects commissioned before Dec. 31, 2009

Madhya Pradesh10.44 (capacity > 2 MW),
10.70 (capacity up to 2 MW)
Aug 2012 to March 201412.65Aug 2012 to March 2014

MaharashtraLev-11.16 (11.66-RT and SSPGP)
AD-1.65 (1.65)
After AD-9.51 (10.01)
FY 2010–2014 (5 years from the date of commencement)Lev-13.44
AD-1.97
After AD-11.47
FY 2010–2014 (5 years from the date of commencement)

OrissaLev-17.80
AD-3.03
After AD-14.77
Plant commissioned in FY (2012-2013) onwardsLev-14.73
AD-2.41
After AD-12.32
Plant commissioned in FY (2012-2013) onwards

PunjabLev-10.39
AD-1.04
After AD-9.35
FY 2012–2016 (5 years from the notification of order)Lev-12.46
AD-1.24
After AD-11.22
FY 2012–2016

Rajasthan9.63 (plant commissioned by 31st of March 2014)
with AD-10.45
9.63 (roof top and SSPG commissioned by 31st March 2014)
11.95 (without AD)
With AD-10.45
11.95 (small solar thermal power gen commissioned by 31st of March 2015)
FY 2012-2013

Tamil NaduLev-18.45
AD-4.11
After AD-14.34
FY 2010-2011 (till 31/05/12)Lev-15.51
AD-3.35
After AD-12.16
FY 2010-2011 (till 31/05/12)

UttarakhandLev-17.70
AD-1.65
After AD-16.05
FY 2009–2012 (3 years from the commencement of these regulations)Lev-12.95
AD-1.15
After AD-11.80
FY 2009–2012 (3 years from the commencement of these regulations)

Uttar Pradesh15 (commissioned by Dec 2011, not covered under GOI incentive scheme)FY 2010–2014 (5 years)13 (commissioned by Dec 2011, not covered under GOI incentive scheme)FY 2010–2014 (5 years)

West Bengal10 (capacity ranging 100 KW to 2 MW availing GBI)
10 (grid connected plant not eligible for any incentive and commissioned up to 2012-2013)
10 (projects commissioned after FY 2012 till FY 2015)
FY 2013–2017 (5 years)NANA

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