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Gujarat Solar Rooftop Yojana 2021

Gujarat Solar Rooftop Yojana 2021


Solar rooftop Yojana Agency List In gujarat Pdf Download


In a major initiative, Govt.. of India, under the National Solar Mission has set a target of 1,00,000 MW power generation through solar energy in the country including 40,000 MW to be contributed through solar rooftops in various 

In order to achieve this magnitude of capacity, Gujarat has been given the target of 8,024 MW Capacity of Solar Energy by 2021-22, out of which 3,200 MW is to be contributed by the rooftop segment.



Installation of Rooftop Solar Plants on a large scale is one of the best initiatives, as in such plants, there is no requirement of land. Energy is consumed where it is generated; there would be no element of transmission loss or wheeling loss and such plants would be in the interest of the public at large as well as State Utilities. Therefore, with a view of promoting large-scale rooftop solar systems on private residential roofs-terraces, the Government has introduced a subsidy scheme for solar rooftops in the residential sector.

  • The ‘Solar Energy Rooftop-Solar Energy Rooftop’ scheme implemented by the state government for the household power consumers-residential category power consumers of the state.
  • Gujarat has launched the Solar Energy Rooftop Scheme, a leading initiative for environmental protection and renewable energy production from green energy-clean energy.
  • The state government has allocated Rs. Allocated a budget of Rs.1000 crore
  • Ordinary human beings will now be able to become power producers along with power consumers
  • 2 lakh families in the state will be covered under the solar rooftop scheme this year
  • Generate solar energy and sell extra electricity ...

Under this solar rooftop scheme, the household electricity user will be able to generate solar energy in the attic of his house or in the open space owned by him.

By using or using enough electricity from this solar energy, the state government will get additional electricity at a cost of Rs. It will also be able to get relief in electricity bill and additional income by selling at a rate of Rs 2.25 per unit with a 25-year contract.


This Scheme shall be called “SURYA-Gujarat” (Surya Urja Rooftop Yojana-Gujarat) with the following provisions:

Target: The target for installations of solar rooftops shall be to cater to 2 lac consumers during the year 2019-20 and cumulatively 8 lac consumers by the end of the financial year 2021-22.

Residential power consumers will get 40 per cent subsidy on the price fixed for the first 3 kW capacity for solar rooftops, followed by 20 per cent subsidy on solar rooftops up to a capacity of 3 kW and up to 10 kW.

Gujarat ranks first in solar rooftop in the country!

Gujarat ranks first in the country in solar rooftop with installed capacity of 326.67 MW as on March 31, 2019.

The Gujarat Solar Rooftop Scheme will be at the forefront in the Prime Minister's determination of such power generation capacity of 1 lakh 75 thousand MW by 2022.



SOURCE:: BRIGHSOLAR.IN


How to avail the scheme?

To avail this scheme, the power consumer will be able to install a solar system of any capacity and will not be subject to the agreed power load limit.

To take advantage of this solar energy rooftop scheme, electricity consumers will have to choose from one of the approved agencies. Then all the action has to be done by the agency.


The system cost mentioned in above table is inclusive of supply, installation, commissioning, comprehensive maintenance contract of 5 years of the complete solar system, bi-directional meter and its testing charges, SMC box for the meter and the connectivity charges to be paid to the DISCOM and standard structure required to install solar PV panel on the rooftop, with minimum surface clearance of 300 mm between the terrace surface and the bottommost edge of the panel. The cost of additional height of the structure required, if any, shall be borne by the beneficiary.

 Any other charges to be paid to DISCOM , on account of requirement of change of phase if any from single to three phase, upgradation of the existing electricity distribution network , shall be borne additionally by the beneficiary, as it is not included in the discovered cost referred in the table above.

 If the Applicant is a single phase consumer of the DISCOM and intends to install a solar roof top system having capacity which necessitates to change the phase of his existing  service connection from single phase to three phase, in such case the requisite charges for enhancement of the phase from single to three phase shall be borne by the consumer being part of the system strengthening, and not included in the discovered cost per kW

Gujarat Solar Rooftop Yojana 2020-21:

If the Applicant is a single phase consumer of the DISCOM and intends to install a solar roof top system having capacity which necessitates to change the phase of his existing service connection from single phase to three phase, in such case the requisite charges for enhancement of the phase from single to three phase shall be borne by the consumer being part of the system strengthening, and not included in the discovered cost per kw

Important Link:

Gujarat Solar Rooftop Yojana

Yojana PDF FILE Click Here

Residential power consumers will get 40 per cent subsidy on the price fixed for the first 3 kW capacity for solar rooftops, followed by 20 per cent subsidy on solar rooftops up to a capacity of 3 kW and up to 10 kW.


Gujarat ranks first in solar rooftop in the country!

Gujarat ranks first in the country in solar rooftop with installed capacity of 326.67 MW as on March 31, 2019.

The Gujarat Solar Rooftop Scheme will be at the forefront in the Prime Minister's determination of such power generation capacity of 1 lakh 75 thousand MW by 2022.

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How to avail the scheme?

To avail this scheme, the power consumer will be able to install a solar system of any capacity and will not be subject to the agreed power load limit.

To take advantage of this solar energy rooftop scheme, electricity consumers will have to choose from one of the approved agencies. Then all the action has to be done by the agency.

To register the application, the electricity customer is required to provide the last electricity bill, photo of the applicant, Aadhaar number and mobile phone number of the customer.

The customer will have to pay the amount as per the price fixed by the tender. Apart from this the customer does not have to pay any other amount.



Monocrystalline Silicon Solar PV: Most Efficient

Generally, monocrystalline silicon solar PV is the best technology to deliver efficiency, as measured by wattage output related to the panel’s size. But this efficiency can come with costs. The best value is solar PV technology is polycrystalline silicon, offering efficiency levels close to monocrystalline panels, but at half the costs in some cases.


Monocrystalline solar is made by growing a single crystal. Because these crystals are usually an oval shape, monocrystalline panels are cut into the distinctive patterns that give them their recognizable appearance: the sliced silicon cells expose the missing corners in the grid-like structure. The crystal framework in a monocrystalline is even, producing a steady blue color and no grain marks, giving it the best purity and highest efficiency levels.

Polycrystalline Silicon Solar PV: Best Value

Polycrystalline solar is made by pouring molten silicon into a cast. However, because of this construction method, the crystal structure will form imperfectly, creating boundaries where the crystal formation breaks. This gives the polycrystalline silicon its distinctive, grainy appearance, as the gemstone type pattern highlights the boundaries of the crystal.

Because of these impurities in the crystal, polycrystalline silicon is less efficient when compared with monocrystalline. However, this manufacturing process uses less energy and materials, giving it a significant cost advantage over monocrystalline silicon. (Polycrystalline and multicrystalline are often synonyms, but multicrystalline is often meant to refer to silicon with crystallites larger than 1 mm.)

Salient Features of scheme for Residential Rooftop Solar Projects – 2018 -19

Scheme will be under implementation up to 31 st March, 2019

 Residential consumer of any DISCOM, who is having residential property in his name,

is eligible to install solar PV system on his rooftop from any one supplier selected by

him from the list of GEDA Empaneled Vendors. List of these vendors is available on

GEDA web site www.geda.gujarat.gov.in

 Beneficiary shall register their application through any of the GEDA registered

approved empaneled vendor only.

Salient Features of scheme for Residential Rooftop Solar Projects – 2018 -19

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IMPORTANT LINK::: 

 SOLAR ROOFTOP AGENCY LIST


Solar system should be minimum of 1 kW capacity.

Beneficiary should have 100 sq.ft. shadow free area per kilowatt capacity of solar

system on their rooftop.

 Cost of the various capacity Solar Rooftop PV system discovered are as below

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