Azure Power (NYSE:AZRE), a leading solar power producer in India, announced that it has won a 50 MW solar power project under the National Solar Mission (NSM) Phase II Batch III, which was recently put up for auction by Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI). Azure Power secured 50 MW of the total 100 MW capacity auctioned and will supply power to SECI for 25 years. The project will be built in the Ananthapuramu Solar Park, which is being developed by the Solar Park Implementation Agency (SPIA), Andhra Pradesh Solar Power Corporation Limited (APSPCL).
The tariff on the project will be INR 4.43 per kWh (US$0.067) with an additional support of INR 12.7 million per MW (US$ 0.19 million) from the Government of India in terms of Viability Gap Funding (VGF). This makes the levelized tariff of this project significantly higher than the levelized tariff of the lowest bid, including VGF, under SECI auctions in NSM Phase II Batch III. Read More…
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