India holds a tender for hybrid and photovoltaic projects, with 1.2 gigawatts of capacity each
- Indian SECI is going to conclude 25-year-valid PPAs for solar and hybrid ventures. The developers can choose where in India the facilities will be built, owned and operated.
Solar Energy Corporation of India Ltd. is planning to accept the proposed bids for 1.2-gigawatt photovoltaic projects, as well as hybrid photovoltaic-wind totaling to the same capacity.
Solar Energy is going to conclude power purchase agreements lasting for 25 years. The solutions for the grid-linked PV projects are to be submitted by the 16th of December. Deadline for submitting the proposals for the wind-photovoltaic projects expires four days later.
Lately, the state-owned corporation has introduced some changes to the previous auction for 1.2 gigawatts of photovoltaic capacity with grid-linked hybrid/photovoltaic/wind projects, together with battery storage. The batt storage is to backup no less than 50% of the generated capacity. The proposals have to be submitted till the 16th of December.
All the facilities will be ISTS-linked, they will be built, owned and operated throughout the country.
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