Why Haryana

The state of Haryana is located in the northern part of India, populated by about 25.35 million people and covers an area of about 44212 sqkilometres. In terms of food production, per capita income, industrial growth, excellent transport and communication facilities the state easily qualifies as one of the most advanced states of the country.

It has:

A fast growing economy
World Class Infrastructure
Access to a huge market in the NCR
Investor friendly policies
Harmonious Labour Relations
Strategic locations
Rail, Road and Air connectivity
Skilled manpower
Rapid urbanization and industrialization
Law and order


To promote generation of green and clean power in the State using solar energy.
To create conditions conducive to the participation of private and public sector as well as PPP in the promotion and setting up of up Solar Energy based power projects in the State.
Productive use of wastelands / non – agricultural lands thereby leading to socio-economic transformation and a reduction in regional disparities in development.
Employment generation and skill up gradation of the youth.
To put in place an appropriate investment climate that would leverage the benefits of Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and result in lower Green House Gas (GHG) emissions.
Co-creation of Solar Centres of Excellence and pools of technical professionals which would work towards applied research and commercialization of indigenous and cutting edge technologies involving applications of solar energy generation and appliances.
Spreading of environmental consciousness among all citizens of the State especially the youth and school going children.
Decentralization and diversification of the energy portfolio and to increase the share of renewable solar power.


Development of Solar Parks
Solar Power Projects set up on Canal tops/banks
Panchayat Land on Lease /Rent basis
Rooftop Grid connected / off-grid solar power projects