€0.04584/kWh Lowest Winning PV Tariff In Greek Auction

Solar PV Attracts €0.04584/kWh As Lowest Winning Bid Under Greek July 2020 Auction, But Wind Power Secures Larger Capacity

Even though solar PV capacity awarded in the July 2020 auction by the RAE in Greece was way less than what was offered, tariffs for this technology were discovered to be significantly low compared to the ceiling tariff, and even compared to the last low winning PV tariff discovered in the April 2020 auction for a 200 MW solar project.

Ukraine Agreement on Retroactive FIT Cuts

Renewable Energy Industry Of Ukraine Agrees To Feed-In-Tariff Rate Reduction Under MoU Signed With State Authorities; Renewable Energy Auctions To be Launched Before 2020-End: Redcliffe Partners

According to Redcliffe Partners to be eligible to participate in the renewable auctions being planned by Ukraine government now that it agreed with the private solar sector on retroactive feed-in tariff cuts, projects need to ensure availability of space on the grid.

KREDL Awards 250 MW PV In Separate Auctions

Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited Awards 150 MW PV Capacity To Giriraj Renewables With INR 2.92 ($0.0397)/kWh Winning Tariff, As Asian Fab Tec Wins 5×20 MW Projects For INR 2.89 ($0.039)/kWh; Azure Signs LOA For 300 MW NTPC Project

Several big SECI solar power tenders the agency announced in the recent past are yet to be awarded. At such a time, KREDL announcing winners of comparatively smaller tenders should help boost the morale of the Indian solar sector.

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