NTPC bags 100 MW solar project of SECI in Maharashtra

NTPC has secured 100 MW of solar capacities at a tariff of Rs 2.91/unit in a reverse auction

GN Bureau | May 15, 2019


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In a recently floated tender of Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) for 250 MW grid connected solar projects in Maharashtra’s Dondaicha solar park, NTPC has secured 100 MW of solar capacities at a tariff of Rs 2.91/unit in a reverse auction.

 
The 100 MW of solar project would be set up by NTPC under engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) model and shall add to the installed capacity of the corporation. With this NTPC'S total capacity won under tariff based competitive bidding goes to 345 MW.
 

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