Govt issues draft norms for development of onshore wind power projects - Feedback

The Union Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has come out with draft guidelines for the development of onshore wind power projects, aimed at accelerating the growth of wind power sector in the context of new technology and emerging regulations.

The document, which seeks suggestions and comments from all stakeholders by May 27, points out that the objective of new norms is to facilitate the development of wind power projects in an efficient, cost-effective and environmentally benign manner taking into account the requirements of project developers, state and national imperatives. Most of the wind power development in India took place over the last 20 years and during this period, the wind turbine technology has evolved from low-capacity less-efficient turbines of 225 kW to high-capacity more efficient turbines of 3 MW being manufactured in India.

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