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India’s Solar Energy Capacity Rose 91% in 3 years

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The country’s solar energy capacity has grown from 28,180 megawatts (March 2019) to 53,996 megawatts by the end 2021-22, R K Singh, Union Minister for New and Renewable Energy and Power, informed Parliament.

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Accordingly, solar power in the country has increased by 91 percent over the last three years.

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At the end of 2019-20, 2020-21 and 2021-22 the cumulative solar energy capacity was at 34,627, 40,085, and 53,996 megawatts, respectively.

In response to a question about whether there is any government target to increase solar capacity in the country, the minister said that the Government had set a target to achieve 500 GW of non-fossil-fuels installed capacity by 2030. This was in line with the Honourable Prime Minister’s announcement made at CoP 26.

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