India to launch 2.8 GW pv project subject to tender
Date tme：2015-07-15 Source：Grasol
India's national solar companies (SECI) announced this week that will soon be a five nations released a total of 2.8 gigawatts of solar project tender, worth about $331 million.
Responsible for the real Jawaharlal Nehru national solar mission (JNNSM) SECI company, this month will invite bids for the project, specific for the Madhya Pradesh 750 mw, 700 mw, the state of Gujarat, and taking a sizable each of 500 mw, Uttar Pradesh370MW.
The Indian government recently announced plans to dollars to bid to attract more foreign investment, but solar energy consultants BridgetoIndia said the tender is not so.Who said some foreign investors have expressed interest, due to their rupees currency hedging cost is not too concerned about the tender.
Although tender will be "slightly" in U.S. dollar hedge to reduce costs, but that means 100% of the foreign investment, seems unlikely.International financiers in India was the real risk policy and procurement risk.