Telangana Wind Power Policy 2016: Draft

Telangana is eyeing addition of 2,000 MW wind energy in the next three years and has proposed to offer a set of incentives to developers, including 100 per cent tax refund for inputs and stamp duty for land purchased. National Institute of Wind Energy, based on initial surveys, has identified a potential of 4,244 MW of wing energy in Telangana and the state government intends to add at least 2,000 MW of such power by 2018-19, according to Telangana New and Renewable Energy DevelopmentCorporation Limited. The draft Telangana Wind Power Policy 2016 put out by TNREDCL inviting suggestions and comments said the limit as per the land ceiling act would not be applicable for any land acquisition for wind power projects (WPPs).