The 29th and newest state in India, Telangana was birthed from the division of Andhra Pradesh into two states in 2014. Its capital Hyderabad is home to one of India’s largest IT hubs, with large technology firms such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, etc. based there. Competition between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh for investment has led the Telangana government to take the lead in e-governance and promotion of startups.
Solar policy: Solar Power Policy Framework (2015)
Electric Mobility Policy: Electric Vehicle and Energy Storage Policy (2020)
Industry Policy: Industrial Policy Framework (2017)
43,273 sq. miles
$60.55 billion (USD)
Legislative Assembly Seats
Rajya Sabha Seats
Lok Sabha Seats
Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS)
India faces a complex energy challenge: it needs cheap and abundant energy to power high economic growth and lift its citizens into the middle class. But it also hopes to keep its commitments to the U.N. Climate Change Convention and achieve energy independence. India’s states have the resources to generate the energy India needs, but they take different approaches to fostering the growth of the industry. This section allows you to explore energy news from India’s states and offers the Wadhwani Chair’s analysis of India’s energy sector.
Telangana sets a levelized tariff of $0.043 per kilowatt hour for solar projects under Component-A of the central government’s PM KUSUM program.
Telangana drafts smart grid regulations to enhance the efficiency of its power generation, transmission, and distribution networks.
Telangana amends the net metering regulations for grid-connected rooftop solar systems. Per the amendment, the number of electricity units exported by the eligible consumer should be measured in kilowatt hours only.
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U.S.–India Energy Cooperation Project Tracker — There is currently no data available for . (updated July 3, 2019)
Solar Performance Tracker — Telangana reaches 4036.59 MW (updated March 31, 2021)
Wind Performance Tracker — Telangana achieves 128.1 MW (updated March 30, 2021)
While India’s healthcare system is expansive in terms of the number of beneficiaries covered, inequalities in access to high-quality yet affordable care continue to plague delivery systems and push citizens towards the more unregulated private sector. Similarly, while India’s National Health Policy of 2017 promises to reform this system, the responsibility to institute those reforms falls to the states who each have their own unique challenges and opportunities to meet the healthcare needs of their people. This section allows you to explore emerging healthcare policies and news covering new initiatives from India’s states and offers the Wadhwani Chair’s analysis of India’s healthcare sector.
Telangana launches a project to provide basic diagnostic facilities for free of cost to the underprivileged.
Telangana will embark on a large scale project to transfer blood and medical samples via drones. The initiative is co-designed with the World Economic Forum and Healthnet Global Limited, an Apollo Hospitals Group company.
Telangana govt teams up with World Economic Forum to deliver emergency medical supplies through dronesPosted on July 24, 2019
The World Economic Forum’s Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Network and the Telangana government announced they are set to launch an innovative project, Medicine from the Sky, to deliver emergency medical supplies such as blood and vaccines via drones.
Telangana recorded a 17 percent decline in sex ratio at birth from 2015-2016 to 2017-2018 according to a report titled “The Healthy States Progressive India Report “ by NITI Aayog. While the sex ratio at birth was 918 during the 2015-2016, it has come down to 901 in 2017-2018.