The overall goal is to achieve a target of 30,000 MW of solar power projects, up to 2024-25, divided into: 1) Utility/grid scale solar parks: 24,000 MW; 2) Distributed generation: 4,000 MW; 3) Solar rooftops: 1,000 MW; 4) Solar pumps: 1,000 MW. The state will promote stand-alone solar projects in remote villages and solar PV pumps for irrigation systems. It will also "promote setting up of decentralized solar power projects with a minimum capacity of 0.5 MW and a maximum capacity of 3 MW in the premises and vicinity of 33 kV grid sub-stations for the sale of power to DISCOMs." (MERCOM India, 2019) Other goals include the promotion of EVs and financial incentives to build charging stations as well as incentives related to the manufacturing of renewable energy equipments in Rajasthan. For more details, see references below.