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Solar manufacturing PLI to create 90 Gw addl capacity in India: R K Singh

India to have more than 60% power generation from RE by 2030, says minister

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Shreya Jai New Delhi
The union minister for power, new and renewable energy said on Monday, India will have more than 65 per cent of its power generation from renewable energy sources by 2030. He also said initiatives by the Centre including the Production Linked Scheme (PLI)  scheme will ensure India to have a 90 Gw solar module capacity.

The minister said India already has 42 per cent of non-fossil fuel capacity (including hydro power) as of 2021. "Even 65 per cent is an understatement. Our established capacity today is 170-odd Gw of non-fossil. We have about another 80 Gw under construction. That makes

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First Published: Oct 17 2022 | 9:25 PM IST

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