The Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA) has tendered 54 MW of solar-biomass hybrid projects to be developed in the state under power bundling mechanism.
The bid submission deadline is July 23, 2019. The proposed hybrid biomass solar PV project is based on the bundling of biomass and solar PV power in the ratio of 1:2.
The capacity comprises a solar PV power project of 48 MW which can be installed in multiples of 12 MW units at not more than four locations and a biomass power project having 6 MW capacity at a single location.
The state agency has set ₹4,25 (~$0.06099)/kWh as the base tariff for this tender. Bidders will have to provide a discount on the base tariff to win the projects. Read More
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