Overall, MNRE has allocated 1.172 GW worth of solar projects via various programs over the last three years. Until January 31, 369 MW have been commissioned via 132 power plants, including one 2.5 MW solar thermal plant and 131 photovoltaic plants totaling 366 MW.
Of the 131 photovoltaic plants completed, says MNRE, 65 comprise locally made solar cells and modules. Meanwhile, it adds that bids for photovoltaic tariffs under the first and second phases of Indias Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) averaged Rs. 12.16/kWh (around US$0.22, or 0.17) and Rs. 8.77, respectively.
The table below presents the solar power capacity installed in the various Indian states over the last three years, according to MNRE:
Installed capacity (MW)
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