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.
– Pranav Mehta, Chairman – NSEFI
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.
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.
Shri Pranav R Mehta Chairman, NSEFI and Co- Chairman Global Solar Council Received the Global Solar Excellence Award 2017 at the hands of Minister for [...]
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, [...]
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, [...]
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 [...]
Hon’ble President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee today inaugurated a 508 kWp rooftop solar power plant at Rashtrapati Bhawan, installed and commissioned by Jakson Group. This rooftop solar power plant [...]
NSEFI has done collaboration with many renowned international bodies well known in Renewable Energy all over the world.
These MOU’s are established for a practical framework to facilitate the development of stronger business relations between two parties and to set forth the modalities of cooperation which can enhance the implementation of mutually beneficial trade and investment objectives.
1. GLOBAL SOLAR COUNCIL
2. GERMAN SOLAR ASSOCIATION
3. INDO GERMAN ENERGY FORUM
4. INTERNATIONAL SOLAR ALLIANCE
5. ASIAN PHOTOVOLTAIC INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
6. INTERNATIONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY ASSOCIATION
7. INDIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND CULTURE IN THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC.