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Low wind tariffs artificially created; tariffs likely to bounce back in FY19: Experts
Sree Vijaykumar
Sree Vijaykumar
From the Editor's Desk
The drop in wind energy tariffs to Rs 2.64/kWh in the latest round of auctions by SECI are seen as an artificially created due to higher inventories of around 4000 MW at the factory and the project level according to experts. The wind tariffs were aggressive at Rs 3.46/kWh in the first round and are even more aggressive at 2.64/kWh which would be difficult to sustain over the next year as more and more states get included in the auctions apart from Tamil Nadu and Gujarat which have much better wind profile. Read on..

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