“New Delhi: India’s solar power tariffs hit a record low of Rs2.36 per unit during a bid conducted by state run Solar Energy Corporation of India Ltd (SECI).
According to government officials, the lowest bid was placed by Spain’ Solarpack Corporación Tecnológica, S.A., with Italy’s Enel Group’ Avikaran Surya India Private Ltd, Canadian firm’ AMP Solar Group’s India unit—AMP Energy Green Private Ltd, France’ EDEN Renewables and Ib Vogt Singapore Pte ltd placing the second lowest tariff bid of 2.37 per kilowatt-hour (kWh).
UK’ CDC Group-backed Ayana Renewable Power and Goldman Sachs backed ReNew Power placed the third lowest bid of ₹2.37 per unit each.”
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Bhaskar, Utpal. Live Mint 1 July 2020.