Commissioning of 1.00 MW Ground Mounted Grid Connected Solar PV Power Plant on Turnkey basis and 10 years Comprehensive Operation and Maintenance of the same at Raj Bhavan, Pune
Increasing emission of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is a global concern. Stabilization of greenhouse gas concentration in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system has become global objective. In this context in the year 1992, the “United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change” (UNFCCC) was signed by over 150 nations. The climate convention was the base for the international co-operation with in the climate change area and India was one of the signatory of the same. Thereafter various protocols were prepared and agreed by signatory nations. Subsequent to this, in 2008, Govt. of India formulated National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC) for integrated strategy for achieving key goals for climate change. On the basis of recommendation of NAPCC under the renewable energy technology program, Government of India has come out with Acts, policies and regulations to support renewable energy.