India’s manufacturing-linked mega tender set for more tweaks


In June, the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) invited bids to establish 2 GW of annual PV manufacturing capacity in the country by offering the incentive of 6 GW of solar project capacity.

Under the terms of the procurement, successful bidders will secure 3 MW of generation capacity – including power purchase agreements – for every megawatt of solar production capacity they commit to establish.

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