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Lowest shortlisted bid in Saudi 1.47 GW tender was $0.0161/kWh


Renewables Blogs Apr 03, 2020 by Emiliano Bellini


Saudi Arabia has announced the shortlisted bidders of the second round of its National Renewable Energy Program (NREP) tender, which includes four solar plants totaling 1.4 GW, in addition to another procurement round for two PV facilities equaling 70 MW.



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Lowest shortlisted bid in Saudi 1.47 GW tender was $0.0161/kWh

Saudi Arabia has announced the shortlisted bidders of the second round of its National Renewable Energy Program (NREP) tender, which includes four solar plants totaling 1.4 GW, in addition to another procurement round for two PV facilities equaling 70 MW.








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