Renewable Energy Programmes
- Village Electrification
- Micro Hydro Programme
- Solar PV Programme
- Solar Thermal Programme
- Bio-energy Programme
Uttarakhand Government considers science, technology and innovation to be excellent vehicles for developing the national knowledge economy and towards that end has invested heavily in them. As part of this policy UREDA has been encouraged to take a leading role in the development of the renewable energy sector in line with the guidance of Ministry of New and Renewable Energy and the conductive platform for the promotion of energy conservation.
Uttarakhand state came into existence as a new state on Nov. 9, 2000 by bifurcation of Uttar Pradesh. It is a leading state of the country in non - conventional energy resources applications. In Uttarakhand, operation and execution of various schemes based on non - conventional energy resources is handled by Uttarakhand Renewable Energy Development Agency (UREDA) through local Panchayat, volunteer organizations and district administration. Since 2008 UREDA is also spearheading the activities of Energy Conservation as a state nodal agency of BEE.
The implementation of renewable energy programmes in the state of Uttarakhand, conferences and workshop conducted towards awareness and technological modifications, Provision of promotional measures for the renewable energy development and other activities carried out, all have been successful in meeting their objective.
List of Technically qualified bids against " Tender For Design, Supply, Installation & Commissioning of 7 Nos. of Solar PV Power Plants including 5 Years Warranty, Operation & Maintenance at Various location in Uttarakhand"
Name of Firms Empanelled for “Design, manufacture, supply, erection, testing and commissioning including warranty, operation & maintenance for 5 years of grid interactive rooftop and small solar PV power plant .
"Details of Applications received and exhaustion of target capacity under Uttarakhand Gird Interactive Rooftop and Small Solar PV Power Plant Scheme (invited through newspaper dated 05-01-15) against the target capacity of 2343 KW''