Gujarat rides roughshod over developers


28 January 2019 |

Gujarat has cancelled the Banaskantha solar park based 700 MW utility scale solar tender for which an auction was conducted in December 2018. Winning bidders were SB Energy (250 MW, INR 2.84/ kWh), Fortum (250, 2.89) and Engie (200, 2.89).  Reason for cancellation is same as ever and arbitrary – the winning tariffs are “too high.” Main reason for high tariffs is the extremely high solar park charges fixed…


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