Net metering policies of different states

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State Polley scope Individual system size limit Grid penetration

(% of distribution

Cost of power for net export Eligibility
transformer capacity)
Andhra Pradesh Up to 1 MWp 100 per cent of annual consumption APPC Ail consumers
Assam 1kWp to 1 MWp 40 per cent of contracted load APPC All consumers
Bihar Up to 1MWp 90 per cent of annualconsumption 15 All  consumers
Chhattisgarh 50 kWp to 1 MWP 49 per cent of annual net generation 50% of regulated solar tariff
Delhi >1kWp 100 per cent of contracted load 20 APPC All consumers
Gujarat 50 per cent of contracted load APPC/85% of APPC for REC projects All consumers
Goa and union territories 1kWp to 500 kWp 30 As per regulated solar tariff Ail consumers
.Haryana Up to 1 MWp 90 per cent of annual consumption 15 No payment All consumers
Himachal Pradesh Up to 1 MWp 80 per cent of contracted load 30 Rs 4.50-Rs 5 per kWh All consumers
Kamataka Up to 1 MWp 80 Rs 9.56 per kWh (without subsidy) and All consumers
Rs 7.20 per kWh (with 30% subsidy)
Kerala 1kWpto1 MWp 50 APPC All consumers
Madhya Pradesh 0.5-250 kW All consumers
Maharashtra Up to 1MWp 100 per cent of contracted load 40 APPC All consumers
Meghalaya Up to 1 MWp 90 per cent of annualconsumption 15 No payment All consumers
Odisha 90 per cent of annual consumption 30 No payment All consumers
Punjab 1kWpto1 MWp 80 per cent of contracted load 30 As per retailsupply tariff of the All consumers
consumer category
Rajasthan 1 kWp to 1 MWp 80 per cent of contracted load 30 As per regulated solar tariff All  consumers
 

Tamil Nadu

 

90 per cent of annual consumption

 

30

 

No payment

 

All  consumers

Uttar Pradesh > 1 kWp 100 per cent of contracted load 15 Re 0.50 per kWh All consumers
Uttarakhand Up to 500 kW Rs 9.56 per kWh (with subsidy) All consumers
West Bengal >5kWp 90 per cent of annual consumption APPC Only for institutional
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