Indian company Sterling & Wilson have secured an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for an 1177MW project Abu Dhabi.
The project will be jointly developed by Japanese company Marubeni, Chinese PV module-maker Jinko Solar and Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA). The consortium has bid a tariff of $0.24 per kWh, which is claimed to be lowest cost for solar power till date.
The solar plant, whose construction has already begun, will be spread across in an area of 7.8 km2 and is expected to be fully integrated into the grid within a timeline of 23 months. Read More…
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