French Voltalia wins Albania's 100 MW PV tender
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Albania's Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy has announced that French renewable energy developer Voltalia is the winner of the tender it launched in November for the construction of a 100 MW (megawatt) solar power plant in Durrës, in the western-central part of the country, reported the pv-magazine.
Voltalia submitted the lowest bid, of EUR 0.02989/kWh, while the second shortlisted bidder, China-based Universal Energy Co Ltd, offered a price of EUR 0.046/kWh.
The ministry said 45 companies participated in the tender without revealing their names. The ceiling price for the procurement exercise had been set at EUR 55/MWh.
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