There are several regulatory mechanisms that are specified under the SSDG and MSDG projects.
It has been launched in 2010 and is appropriate for the FIT scheme, for system capacity of less than 50 kW which includes mainly households, schools amongst others.
This is an extension for the SSDG Phase I in 2011 for 0.94 MW.
This is the net-metering scheme launched in 2015 and is divided into two categories, SSDG Category I and SSDG Category II. The first category is for domestic customers having a system rating of 3.5 kWp for a maximum of 4 MW, excluding 3-phase systems. The SSDG Category II is for 3-phase supply domestic customers with a system rating of 5 kWp for a maximum of 1 MW.
It is launched in 2016 and has a Net Metering Scheme (NMS) for a total of 10 MW.
This falls under the net-metering scheme, launched in 2017 and is appropriate for 1 MW Domestic + 1 MW Integrated Resort Scheme (IRS) and 3-phase.
It is also launched in 2017 and falls under the net-metering scheme for a total of 100 kW with unit size up to 5 kW.
This is a promotional instrument for social tariff 110A for system size 1 kW. A monthly deduction of 50 kWh (units) from the CEB bills for a period of 20 years is favoured.
To meet the national target of 25% renewable energy production mix by 2025, atotal of 2 MW cumulated capacity solar PV kits are to be deployed to benefit NGOs and charitable institutions.
This mechanism is used to support religious bodies with a total of 4 MW cumulated capacity solar PV kits are to be deployed to benefit these institutions.
A total of 10 MW SSDG/MSDG renewable energy projects for public entties has been allocated under this CEB scheme.
The CEB will interconnect a total of 15 MW MSDG renewable energy projects for smart cities out of which 5 MW will be intended for new projects or contingencies.
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