Complex tender designs on the way


24 January 2020 |

MNRE has issued a draft scheme for procuring renewable power, blended with thermal power, on a round-the-clock basis with 80% overall availability. The scheme is technology agnostic. Minimum 51% of power outcome is required to come from renewable sources – with or without storage solutions. Thermal power may be supplied from existing power plants. Bidders are expected to quote a composite tariff with two separate components for variable costs and fixed costs.


This is a PREMIUM blog available only to our paid subscribers, please login for full access. For buying a subscription to PREMIUM blogs, please write to us at marketing@bridgetoindia.com


Recent reports

India Solar Compass Q4 2019   

Project commissioning remained slow in Q4 2019 with 1,845 MW of capacity addition, 37% below our estimate of 2,919 MW....

Buy Report Download Executive Summary

India Renewables Outlook 2024   

India has announced ambitious renewable targets but progress is lagging significantly. There is a disconnect between government targets and various op...

Buy Report Download Executive Summary

India Solar Rooftop Map | September 2019

India added a record 1,853 MW rooftop solar capacity in the twelve-month period ending Sep-2019. Capacity addition was ...

Download

Global Corporate Renewable Power Procurement Models

Commercial & Industrial (C&I) consumers in India are increasingly looking to procure renewable energy for financi...

Download

India Solar Compass Q3 2019   

Slow capacity addition in the utility scale solar sector continued in Q3 2019. Capacity addition during the quarter was 1,734 MW, 43% below our estima...

Buy Report Download Executive Summary
Award winnig research
We use cookies to offer you an optimal user experience and collect information on website usage.