National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) is an umbrella organisation representing solar energy companies active along the whole photovoltaic value chain. We are committed to promoting solar energy by advancing solar-friendly policy-making and spreading awareness about solar energy.

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“We cannot continue to ignore the future of energy. Solar energy is here to stay, and to embrace the energy of the future, this is the right time to increase the renewable energy spending.”
– Pranav Mehta, Chairman – NSEFI

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For all­ round development of Indian solar industry, it is imperative that right conditions are provided for local manufacturing to grow and compete. NSEFI supports a renewed focus on technology innovation, commercialization and large­ scale manufacturing, which has the potential to create millions of jobs over the next decade.

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Off-­grid solar applications have immense potential to alleviate energy poverty. To scale up the adoption of off-­grid solar applications, NSEFI advocates simplified subsidies and incentives from the government.

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Industry news and updates

Global Solar Council Announces Corporate Members

6 Apr 2016|0 Comments

Today the Global Solar Council announced its Founding Corporate Members and launch of the Global Solar Council Leadership Forum. Note that NSEFI is closely associated with the formation of the [...]

NSEFI raises issue of penalty on daily forecasting with RERC

15 Mar 2016|0 Comments

National Solar Energy Federation of India, with a very strong membership base, is an umbrella organization, consisting of Solar Manufacturers, Solar Developers, EPC Contractors, Financial Institutions, and other stake holders.  In our [...]

Save the date: 5th November 2015 for NSEFI conference

30 Oct 2015|0 Comments

NSEFI along with Diligentia Services is organizing a Solar Conference on the subject "Solar Power: Building a Low- Carbon Indian Economy" on 05 November at Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi. [...]

Guidelines for Selection of 3000 MW Grid – Connected Solar PV Power Projects under Batch-II

12 Mar 2015|0 Comments

Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has released the final draft of the draft guidelines for selection of 3000 MW capacity solar projects under the National Solar Mission Phase 2, [...]

Maharashtra bets big on Solar Power; New Policy to be unveiled soon

12 Mar 2015|0 Comments

The Bharatiya Janata Party led Maharashtra government is set to give a major push to green energy with a target of an additional 11,110 megawatts of renewable energy by 2019, [...]

MERC Issues Draft Guidelines for Rooftop Net Metering

11 Mar 2015|0 Comments

Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission has released draft guidelines for Rooftop Net Metering arrangement. Link to the official document is here: Draft MERC Regulations,2015. The salient points of the document are as follows: Net [...]

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