Dholera Solar Park

Dholera Solar Park is a planned, large scale solar project in Dholera Special Investment Region, Gujarat.[1][2] It is categorised as a Ultra Mega Solar Power Project, by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy of the Union Government of India; the capacity will be 5 GW by 2030.[3][4]

Planned solar plant in India

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The Government of India has a target of increasing power generated from renewable energy sources to 175 GW by 2022.[5] The National Solar Mission (NSM) has a target of achieving 100GW of grid-connected power generation from solar energy by 2022.[6] India originally had a target of 20GW by 2022; this target was achieved with four years to go. Following this the Narendra Modi government increased the target to 100GW.[7]

The Chief Minister of Gujarat approved the Dholera Solar Park in April 2018.[8]

Auctions have been held in 2020.[9] An excess response of 600 MW was seen.[10] The discovered tariff was between 2.78 (3.7¢ US) and 2.81 (3.7¢ US) per unit. Five companies were allotted 100-200MW each. However following lower tariffs of 1.99 (2.6¢ US) per unit during subsequent auctions, the original contracts were cancelled and new tenders were placed.[9] In 2018 and 2019 similar cancellations in Gujarat had taken place.[11] These cancelled contracts in Gujarat have resulted Uttar Pradesh also cancelling bids of a 500W solar auction.[12]

  1. “Dholera Solar Park, Gujarat”. Power Technology. Retrieved 2021-05-16.
  2. Gupta, Uma (17 March 2021). “Gujarat retenders 700 MW in Dholera Solar Park and 100 MW in Raghanesda”. pv magazine India. Retrieved 2021-05-16.
  3. “TATA Power lays foundation of 400 MW (AC) Solar Power Project at the 5000 MW Solar Park in Dholera Special Investment Region in Gujarat”. EquityBulls. 2020-10-17. Retrieved 2021-05-16.
  4. “Gujarat’s solar flip ups the risk of a larger flop”. mint. 2021-02-09. Retrieved 2021-05-16.
  5. Dave, Kapil Dave (11 April 2018). “5,000MW solar park to come up in Dholera”. The Times of India. Retrieved 2021-05-22.
  6. “Current Status | Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India”. Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India. Archived from the original on 21 April 2021. Retrieved 2021-05-22.
  7. “Is India’s solar power sector ready for its technology-driven metamorphosis?”. ETEnergyworld. 3 February 2021. Retrieved 2021-05-22.
  8. “World’s largest solar park to come up in Gujarat: CM Vijay Rupani”. The Economic Times. PTI. 10 April 2018. Retrieved 2021-05-22.
  9. Chandrasekaran, Kaavya (1 February 2021). “Gujarat cancels results of solar auctions, feels tariffs are high”. ETEnergyworld. Retrieved 2021-05-22.
  10. Prateek, Saumy (1 August 2020). “Dholera Solar Park Tender Oversubscribed by 600 MW – Saur Energy International”. Saur Energy. Retrieved 2021-06-03.
  11. Prasad, Nithin Thomas (2021-02-03). “In Another Bad Precedent, Gujarat Regulator Allows DISCOM to Scrap 700 MW Solar Auction”. Mercom India. Retrieved 2021-06-03.
  12. Ranjan, Rakesh (2021-06-03). “Uttar Pradesh Scraps 500 MW Solar Auction, Plans to Re-Auction Hoping for Lower Bids”. Mercom India. Retrieved 2021-06-03.
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