Indian solar tariffs have matched their lowest ever in the most recent 2GW and 3GW auctions for Interstate Transmission System (ISTS)-connected projects. Payal Saxena and Ali Imran Naqvi of advisory and engineering firm Gensol Group, decipher how such low prices are possible.
Indian firm Acme Solar has matched its record – the lowest ever solar bid in India – once again during Solar Energy Corporation of India’s (SECI) 3GW Interstate Transmission System (ISTS) solar auction.
The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has issued a tender for two 1.5MW(AC) solar power projects with battery energy storage systems of 0.75MW / 2.5MWh each at two locations in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Tariffs in a 1GW solar auction in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh have hit INR3.48-3.55/kWh (US$0.051-0.052), which is significantly higher than bids in other recent Indian auctions for a range of reasons, including a history of PPA renegotiations.
India's DGAD has set an oral hearing date for its anti-dumping investigation into imports of EVA encapsulant material for solar modules from China, Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand and Saudi Arabia. DGTR has also published a list of organisations that submitted rejoinders in the recent oral hearing regarding safeguard duty on imports of solar cells and modules
Softbank's joint venture, SBG Cleantech has caught the eye by submitting a technical bid for the full 2GW capacity available in an Interstate Transmission System (ISTS)-connected solar tender from Indian state-run utility NTPC.
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