The proposed policy package aims to establish the state as a global hub for solar with 50 GW of installed generation capacity within the next 5-6 years. It envisages an R&D hub for the deployment of renewable energy technologies and solar-wind hybrid projects, with a focus on improving efficiency and reducing balance-of-system costs.
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This article was amended on 04/09/19 to reflect the 50 GW figure is a cumulative ambition, rather than representing new capacity.
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