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03 August 2020

Al Kharsaah: How low can solar tariff bids go?

In:
Renewables
Region:
Middle East & Africa
Deputy Editor
The first phase of the 800MW Al Kharsaah solar PV project in Qatar has reached financial close despite the Covid-19 crisis. The project is backed by a world record low tariff for a solar scheme to meet conditions precedent, after bids for the 2GW Al Dhafra solar PV in Abu Dhabi came in even lower last month.

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