MNRE Drafts Policy Framework To Promote DRE Livelihood In Rural Areas ; Invites Comments By 2nd November


Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE) recently drafted a Policy Framework for developing and promoting Decentralized Renewable Energy (DRE) Livelihood Applications in Rural Areas – for comments of stakeholders.


To promote DRE livelihood applications in rural areas of the country a policy framework is proposed to be brought by the Ministry to provide a conducive environment for development and large-scale adoption of these applications. 


The Ministry invites comments/ suggestions from all the stakeholders by 02.11.2020 .


Scope and Objectives of the Framework are to promote DRE livelihood applications in rural areas, following interventions are proposed under this framework, Enable a market-oriented framework to attract private sector for development and deployment of DRE livelihood applications, Easy access to end user finance for DRE livelihood applications • Introduction of standards, stringent monitoring and evaluation frameworks, skill development for strengthening the service infrastructure at the local level and to  encourage innovation and R&D to develop efficient and cost-effective DRE livelihood applications.

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To know more about the draft refer to the document below:

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