Out of the total renewable energy target of 2022, the state has till date achieved about 44%. This was revealed in the latest analysis ‘The Curious Case of India’s Discoms’ by energy economist Vibhuti Garg and research analyst Kashish Shah from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).
As per the National Electricity Plan 2018, the state has set a clean energy target of 22 gigawatt (GW) to be achieved by 2022. According to the analysis, the renewable energy installed capacity in the state as of June 2020 is 9.7GW. “The figures highlight the need for a strong policy and investment drive to achieve the target,” the analysis stated.