Uzbekistan’s Ministry of Power has revealed the winners of a photo voltaic tender launched in September. The procurement train contains three photo voltaic initiatives with a complete of 500 MW in Namangan, Bukhara, and Khorezm areas.
Abu Dhabi-based developer Masdar has acquired the challenge within the Bukhara area with a bid of $0.03044/kWh. The 250 MW plant is linked to a 62 MW storage facility.
A consortium led by PowerChina secured a 150 MW challenge in Uzbekistan’s Namangan area. The group gives a last value of $0.04828/kWh.
French developer Voltalia gained the Khorezm area challenge with a bid of $0.02888/kWh.
The Uzbek authorities initially chosen 11 bidders for the ultimate spherical of the tender. The checklist additionally contains Chinese language photo voltaic developer Jinko Energy, Saudi Arabian utility ACWA Energy, Turkey’s Alarko Holding AS, and Egypt’s Elsewedy Electrical. Different bidders embrace Qatar-based Nebras Energy, a consortium led by India’s ReNew Energy, Spanish developer Solarpack, French developer Voltalia, and Chinese language inverter maker TBEA.
The procurement train is the primary of two photo voltaic tenders for 900 MW introduced by Uzbekistan’s Ministry of Power in August 2021. The nation goals to deploy 8 GW of photo voltaic by 2030. Based on the Worldwide Renewable Power Company (IRENA), the nation has solely put in 104 MW of photo voltaic by the top of 2021.
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