In order to provide green and clean energy, the BSES Rajdhani Power Limited (BRPL) and BSES Yamuna Power Limited (BYPL) on Thursday inked Power Sale Agreements with SECI (Solar Energy Corporation of India) to procure 200 MW (100-MW each) of wind-power.
According to senior officials, with this latest agreement, BSES discoms will be getting a whopping 600 MW of wind power.
“Earlier, BRPL and BYPL have signed agreements to procure 250 MW and 150 MW of wind-power respectively. Of these, 50 MW of wind power has already started flowing from October 2018 and another 50 MW is expected to be available over the next couple of months. The remaining will start flowing progressively from November 2019,” a senior official said.
As per the senior official BSES, the agreement is not only one of the lowest tariffs for wind power, but is also priced substantially lower than the average cost of long-term PPAs, which are around Rs 4.5 per unit. Read More
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