National Solar Mission envisages installation of around 10,000 MW utility scale and 1000 MW off-grid solar power projects by the end Phase-II. Twelfth five year plan (2012-17) also targets capacity addition of 10,000 MW of grid connected solar power in India. It is envisaged that out of this 10,000 MW target, 4000 MW would be developed under central scheme (JNNSM) and 6000 MW under various State specific schemes.
Mission Document of JNNSM Phase II
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has made Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) a public sector company as the nodal agency for Phase-II of the National Solar Mission. This corporation will be Inviting bidding and will carry out the process of Selection of 750 MW of Solar PV Projects through Request for Selection process and the selected projects will be under the Viability Gap Funding Scheme.
Final Guidelines for setting up 750MW Grid Solar PV Projects with Viability Gap Funding under JNNSM Phase-II-Batch-I
Methodology (Draft) for Implementation of 750MW New Grid Connected Solar Power Projects under JNNSM-Phase-II-Batch-I