Karnataka gears up for new RE policy

Bengaluru: After the successful launch of a new solar policy, Karnataka is actively working towards the release of a new renewable energy policy, said Chief Minister for Energy, D. K. Shivakumar, addressing a group of MLAs at the Climate Parliament Core Group Meeting on “Karnataka Renewable Energy Scenario: Opportunities and challenges”. The minister said that during his tenure he wants to focus on renewable energy in general and solar energy development in particular. The minister also highlighted the current challenges for the power sector, stating that Karnataka faces a deficit of 13-14% power supply and DISCOMs in the state still owe several crores to Karnataka Po KPCL. He further added

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