Dubai Electricity & Water Authority, the Persian Gulf emirate’s utility, said it received five bids to build 800 megawatts of solar-power generation capacity.
Developers are bidding to construct the third phase of a DEWA solar park in the sheikhdom’s desert, according to an e-mailed statement from the company. The lowest-cost bid would provide power for 2.99 cents a kilowatt-hour, it said.
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