Monthly RE update – April 2022

Monthly RE update – April 2022

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Tenders

  • In Apr 2022, 27 new renewable energy (RE) tenders with a total capacity of 5421 MW were issued. Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) issued 1000 MW solar project development tenders each in Punjab and across Pan India. Hindustan Salts Limited (HSL) floated a solar EPC tender of 1000 MW in Gujarat.
  • Rewa Ultra Mega Solar Ltd (RUMSL) issued a 750 MW Wind Solar Hybrid tender in Madhya Pradesh.
  • SECI issued a tender of 500 MW/1000MWh Standalone BESS in India. NTPC issued a tender for development of ISTS connected 250 MW/500 MWh standalone Battery Energy Storage System in Rajasthan. In addition, NTPC issued a Battery Energy Storage tender of 10 MW/40 MWh in Telangana.

Details of new RE tenders issued in April 2022

Source: JMK Research

New RFS Issued

Tender Name

Technology

Tender Scope

Capacity (MW)

Other Details

Minimum CUF

Commissioning timeline from PPA signing

Bid Submission Date

Hindustan Salts Ltd, 1000 MW, Solar (EPC), Gujarat, Apr 2022

Utility Scale Solar

Project Development

1000

EMD – INR 1.1 million

30th-May-2022

PSPCL, 1000 MW, Solar, Pan India, Apr 2022

Utility Scale Solar

Project Development

1000

EMD – INR 0.4 million/MW

PBG – INR 1 million/MW

Ceiling Tarff – INR 2.30/kWh

19%

18 months

20th-Jun-2022

PSPCL, 1000 MW, Solar, Punjab, Apr 2022

Utility Scale Solar

Project Development

1000

EMD – INR 0.4 million/MW

PBG – INR 1.18 million/MW

19%

18 months

21st-Jun-2022

RUMSL, 750 MW, Wind Solar Hybrid, Madhya Pradesh, Apr 2022

Hybrid

Project Development

750

EMD – INR 1.15 million

PBG – 1.73 million

30%

1st–Jun-2022

GUVNL, 500 MW, Solar Phase XIV, Gujarat, Apr 2022

Utility Scale Solar

Project Development

500

EMD – INR 0.4 million/MW

PBG – INR 0.94 million/MW

17%

18 months

18th-May-2022

SECI, 500 MW with 1000 MWh BESS, Rajasthan, Apr 2022

Energy Storage System

Project Development

500 MW/1000 MWh

EMD – INR 0.74 million/MW

PBG – INR 1.11 million/MW

18 months

10th-Jun-2022

NTPC, 250 MW with 500 MWh BESS, Rajasthan, Apr 2022

Energy Storage System

Project Development

250 MW/500 MWh

18th-May-2022

NHPC, 75 MW, Solar (EPC), Pan India, Apr 2022

Utility Scale Solar

EPC

75

EMD – INR 43 million

PBG – 3% of the total project cost

25%

15 months

9th-May-2022

AVVNL, 55 MW, Rooftop Solar, Rajasthan, Mar 2022

Rooftop Solar

CAPEX

55

EMD – INR 932 per kWp of bid capacity x Bid Capacity in kWpPBG – INR (cost discovered) per kWp] x 3% x Allocated Capacity in kWp

12 months

5th-May-2022

UHBVNL, 28 MW, Solar (Under KUSUM scheme Component A, Haryana, Apr 2022

Small Scale Solar

Project Development

28

EMD – INR 0.1 million

PBG – INR 0.5 million

15%

12 months

21st– Apr- 2022

MPPKVVCL, 20 MW, Rooftop Solar, Madhya Pradesh, Apr 2022

Rooftop Solar

CAPEX

20

EMD – INR 0.5 million
PBG – 10% of the contract value

24 months

4th-May- 2022

DPL, 20 MW, Solar (EPC), West Bengal, Apr 2022

Utility Scale Solar

EPC

20

EMD – INR 20 million

PBG – 3% of the contract value

12 months

14th-May-2022

NBPDCL, 20 MW, Rooftop Solar, Bihar, Apr 2022

Rooftop Solar

CAPEX

20

EMD – INR 10 million

6 months

23rd-May-2022

PSPCL, 15 MW, Rooftop Solar, Punjab, Apr 2022

Rooftop Solar

CAPEX

15

EMD – INR 0.05 million to INR 0.5 million

PBG – 3% of the contract value

6 months

30th-May-2022

TEDA, 12 MW,Rooftop Solar, Tamil Nadu, Apr 2022

Rooftop Solar

CAPEX

12

EMD amount = (INR 450) x Bid Capacity in kW

6 months

11th-May-2022

KSEBL, 11 MW, Solar (EPC) (Under KUSUM Scheme Component C, Kerala, Apr 2022

Small Scale Solar

EPC

11

EMD – INR 0.5 million

PBG – 3% of the total contract value

12 months

26th- May-2022

MPUVNL, 11 MW, Rooftop Solar, Madhya Pradesh, Apr 2022

Rooftop Solar

11

EMD – from 150 kW to 3000 kW – INR 0.39 million to INR 2.45 million

PBG – 5% of work order value

13th-May-2022

NTPC, 10 MW/40 MWh, BESS (EPC), Telangana, Apr 2022

Battery Energy Storage System (BESS)

EPC

10 MW/40 MWh

EMD – INR 10 million

23rd-May-2022

MPPKVVCL, 10 MW, Rooftop Solar, Madhya Pradesh, Mar 2022

Rooftop Solar

CAPEX

10

EMD – INR 0.1 million

PBG – INR Lakhs x 3% x Allocated Capacity in kWp

12 months

25th- Apr- 2022

TEDA, 10 MW, Rooftop Solar, Tamil Nadu, Apr 2022

Rooftop Solar

CAPEX

10

EMD – INR 1 million

25th-May-2022

RPCKL, 10 MW, Solar, Kerala, Apr 2022

Utility Scale Solar

Project Development

10

EMD – INR 0.55 million

19%

9 months

21st-May-2022

MPUVNL, 8 MW, Solar (Under KUSUM Scheme Component C), Madhya Pradesh, Apr 2022

Small Scale Solar

Project Development

8

EMD – INR 0.1 million/MW

PBG – INR INR 0.5 million/MW

15%

9 months

18th-May-2022

MPPKVVCL, 7.5 MW, Rooftop Solar, Madhya Pradesh, Apr 2022

Rooftop Solar

CAPEX







7.5

 

 

EMD – INR 0.1 million

PBG – 3% of the total project cost

2 months

30th-Apr-2022

GESCOM, 3 MW, Rooftop Solar, Gujarat, Apr 2022

Rooftop Solar

CAPEX

3

EMD – INR 0.17 million

15 months

11th-May-2022

GSECL, 2 MW, Solar (EPC), Gujarat, Mar 2022

Small Scale Solar

EPC

2

EMD – MSMEs in Gujarat -INR 0.2 million Others – INR 0.3 million

PBG – MSMEs in Gujarat – 4% of the EPC contract price Others – 10% of the EPC contract price

5 months

20th-Apr-2022

RCF, 2 MW, Solar, Maharashtra, Apr 2022

Small Scale Solar

O&M

2

EMD – INR 0.05 million

PBG – 3% of the basic yearly contract value

9th-May-2022

APDCL, 1.5 MW, Rooftop Solar, Assam, Apr 2022

Rooftop Solar

CAPEX

1.5

EMD – INR 1,175/kW of quoted capacity

PBG – INR (cost discovered) per kWp] x 3% x Allocated Capacity in MWp

12 months

2nd-May-2022

PBG: Performance Bank Guarantee

EMD: Earnest Money Deposit

Source: JMK Research

Other key announcement during the month was:

  • BundelKhand Saur Urja Limited (BSUL) issued an expression of interest (EOI) for development of 1200 MW grid connected solar power project in ultra-mega renewable energy power park, Jalaun, Uttar Pradesh. The last date for EOI submission is 18th May 2022. The power purchase rate, in no case, should exceed INR 2.75/kWh considering all transmission losses.
  • MOP has also issued an expression of interest (EOI) for setting up a manufacturing zone on pilot basis for Power and Renewable sector. The total budget of the scheme is 400 crores over a period of five years. This is central sector scheme, and the duration is five years from FY 2022-23 to FY 2026 27. The last date for EOI submission is 8th Jun 2022.
  • The government has announced that it will soon invite bids for 2,000 MW offshore wind energy projects in India. Government is planning to invite bids for 1,000 MW in Gujarat, followed by 1,000 MW in Tamil Nadu. India is also planning to invite bids for a 9 GW electrolyzer manufacturing capacity to boost green hydrogen in the country.

Date Extensions

Tender Name

Technology

Tender Scope

Capacity (MW)

Other Details

Minimum CUF

Commissioning timeline from PPA signing

Bid Submission Date

SECI, 1200 MW, Wind Tranche XIII, Pan India Jan 2022

Utility Scale Solar

Project Development

1200

EMD – INR 1.326 million/MW

PBG – 3.315 million/MW

24%

22 months

4th-May-2022

GUVNL 700 MW, Solar Phase IX, Gujarat, Mar 2021

Utility Scale Solar

Project Development

700

EMD – INR 0.4 million/MW

PBG – INR 0.94 million/MW

17%

15 months

30th-Apr-2022

NTPC, 500 MW with 3000 MWh ESS, Pan India, Jan 2022

Energy Storage System (ESS)

Project Development

500 MW with 3000 MWh ESS

PBG – INR 1.2 million/MW

17th-May-2022

SECI, 100 MW, Floating Solar (EPC), Jharkhand, Feb 2022

Utility Scale Solar

EPC

100

EMD – INR 70 million

PBG – 10% of the contract value

21.6%

18 months

31st-May-2022

GSECL, 30 MW, Solar (EPC), Gujarat, Mar 2022

Utility Scale Solar

EPC

30

EMD – INR 12 million

PBG – 5% of the EPC contract price

12 months

5th-May-2022

GSECL, 27 MW, Solar (EPC), Gujarat, Mar 2022

Utility Scale Solar

EPC

27

EMD – INR 10.8 million

PBG – 5% of the EPC contract price

12 months

5th-May-2022

Source: JMK Research

Auctions Completed

Tender Name

Capacity tendered (MW)

Capacity allotted (MW)

Minimum CUF

Commissioning Timeline

Winners Details

NTPC, 260 MW, Solar (O&M), Rajasthan, Apr 2022

260

260

• Jakson – 260 MW

REMCL 50 MW Wind Maharashtra Nov 2021

50

50

22%

18 months

• Sembcorp (Green Infra Wind Energy) – 50 MW (INR 3.11/kWh)

Source: JMK Research

Technical bids opened for the Rewa Ultra Mega Solar Limited’s (RUMSL) 600 MW floating solar tender in Madhya Pradesh. A total of 15 bidders have been shortlisted for the tender, including 14 domestic and one foreign bidder. The shortlisted bidders are NHDC, Avaada Energy, Aditya Birla, SJVN, NTPC, Tata Power, Amp Energy, Solarpack, Hinduja Renewables, Adani, Enel Green, Navayuga Engineering, Phelan Energy, Power Mech Projects and O2 Power.

Installed Capacity

In March 2022, a combined total of 3199.36 MW of solar and wind capacity was added, taking the cumulative RE capacity to 109.89 GW.

RE installations in March 2022

Source: MNRE, JMK Research
Note: Solar includes utility scale solar, rooftop solar and off grid/distributed solar segments

State wise solar and wind installed capacity in March 2022

Rajasthan added the maximum utility-scale solar capacity with 1797.75 MW in March 2022, followed by Gujarat (733.55 MW) and Tamil Nadu (172.68 MW), while Gujarat installed the maximum wind capacity of 165.4 MW, followed by Karnataka (53.7 MW).

In the rooftop solar segment, Gujarat added the maximum capacity of 68.92 MW followed by Rajasthan (58.78 MW). In March 2022, Haryana added 50.42 MW of off-grid/distributed solar capacity.

State wise solar and wind installed capacity in March 2022

Source: MNRE, JMK Research

Recently Commissioned Solar projects

Developer

Technology

Tender Name

AC Capacity (MW)

Tariff (INR/kWh)

State

Tata Power

Solar

300

Gujarat

JSW Energy

Solar (Captive)

225

Karnataka

NTPC

Solar

SECI, 750 MW, Solar Tranche II Rajasthan March 2019

80

2.50

Rajasthan

Amp Energy

Solar

30

Karnataka

NTPC

Floating Solar

NTPC 22 MW Floating Solar (EPC) Kerala Oct 2018

22

Kerala

Fourth Partner Energy

Solar

21

Tamil Nadu

HeidelbergCement

Solar

5.5

Madhya Pradesh

Source: Industry news articles, JMK Research

Other key announcements that were made during the month were:

  • Oriano Clean Energy has secured an over 40 MW of captive open-access solar project from Shree Cement Limited (SCL). The awarded capacity includes 30 MWp of solar projects in Bihar and 10.30 MWp in Jharkhand. With this, the total PV project portfolio of Oriano stands at approximately 750+MWp with 400+ MWp commissioned and balance under development.
  • Jindal Stainless Limited (JSL) is planning to invest in the renewable energy sector to set up 300 MW solar and wind capacities in Odisha, Haryana and Rajasthan. The project’s green energy will be used to manufacture stainless steel as the company is planning to expand its capacity at Jaipur by another 1 MT to 2.1 MTPA.
  • Amazon announced 37 renewable energy projects worldwide having a clean energy capacity of total 3.5 GW including two new rooftop solar projects in Tamil Nadu- one in Chennai and the other one in Coimbatore. Amazon didn’t specify the exact location and capacity of the two projects in Tamil Nadu but mentioned that there are 20 rooftop solar projects in India totaling 17 MW of clean energy capacity.
  • Avaada has entered into power offtake arrangement with multiple entities for its 75 MW open access solar projects. The 75 MW projects are developed under three separate special purpose vehicles (SPVs) of 25 MW each. The SPVs are Avaada MHVidarbha, Avaada MHYavat and Avaada Sunlight and the projects are located in Maharashtra. Bharat Forge, Linde India and STT Global Data Centres will procure solar power from Avaada MHVidarbha, Avaada MHYavat and Avaada Sunlight respectively.
  • The Maharashtra State Power Generation Co (MAHAGENCO) and National Thermal Power corporation will form a joint venture to set up an ultra-mega solar park in the state to generate 2500 MW green power. The project proposal is approximately INR 1,727 crore.
  • The Tamil Nadu government announced that it will provide 50,000 free agriculture service connections to farmers during FY 2022-23. The government will take steps to establish 2,000 MW capacity solar power parks this fiscal under the state-wide initiative to set up 20,000 MW solar energy power stations over a period of 10 years to meet the growing demand of electricity. In addition, steps will be taken to set up wind solar hybrid projects.
  • Grid Corporation of Odisha (GRIDCO) has signed a Power Sale Agreement (PSA) with National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) in Bhubaneswar for the purchase of 200 MW of solar power through the Inter State Transmission System (ISTS) at a price of INR 2.50/kWh.
  • Rajasthan Renewable Energy Corporation Ltd (RRECL) and Tehri Hydro Development Corporation (THDC) has also signed an agreement to set up 10,000 MW solar power park in Rajasthan.
  • Azure Power announced that it has signed an Expression of Interest (EOI) with the Karnataka state government to develop solar, wind, and hybrid renewable energy projects aggregating to 1,700 MW capacity. The projects will be set up with a total investment of INR 13,300 crore.
  • ReNew Power has announced that it has signed five solar power purchase agreements (PPAs) with the SECI and Punjab State Power Corp (PSPCL), and multiple long-term purchase agreements with corporate buyers together totalling about 2 GW. The two PPAs of 600 MW and 375 MW were under the SECI Rajasthan IV scheme, where ReNew will supply electricity at INR 2.18/kWh. The other two PPAs with SECI for 300 MW and 100 MW are under the SECI IX scheme and have a tariff of INR 2.37/kWh. For the PSPCL PPA of 100 MW, ReNew will supply electricity at INR 2.33/kWh. All the projects are expected to be commissioned by Q4 2023.

Monthly RE Generation

Renewable energy sources generated 12906.92 MU in April 2022, up by nearly ~1.29% from March 2022. Taking into account the last month’s RES (Renewable Energy Sources) generation, solar energy accounts for the majority share of 59%, followed by wind at 32%, and other renewable energy sources (including biomass) at 9%.

Source-wise Renewable Energy Generation (MU) – India

Source: CEA, JMK Research

monthly RE

Investments/ Deals

In April 2022, about $210.87 million was invested in the RE sector. The Key investment during the month were:

  • Shell Plc agreed to acquire Sprng Energy for $155 million. With this, Shell’s operational capacity will increase by three times and help it achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
  • Torrent Power has signed a share purchase agreement to acquire 100% stake in a 50 MW solar plant of SkyPower Group.
  • Linde India acquired 26% equity stake in Avaada MHYavat to help the company to purchase renewable power under the captive mechanism, resulting in a lower tariff and consequent cost savings.

Company Name

Deal Type

Sector

Asset Acquired

Investor

Deal Value

Stake Acquired

Sprng Energy

Acquisition

Renewable

Shell

$155 million

SkyPower Group

Acquisition

Solar

50 MW

Torrent Power

$54.38 million

100%

Avaada MHYavat

Equity

Renewable

Linde India

$1.49 million

26%

Source: Industry news articles, JMK Research

Other important announcements that were made during the month were:

  • Mitsui has agreed to buy a 49% stake in ReNew Power round-the-clock renewable power project. The RTC project would include three new wind farms and one solar plus battery storage farm (1,300 MW total and 100 MWh battery storage) spread across Rajasthan, Karnataka, and Maharashtra, and will provide 400 MW of electricity to SECI. The Commercial operations for the projects are planned to start in the third quarter of 2023.
  • Black real Assets and Mubadala Investment Company has agreed to invest INR 4,000 crore in Tata Power’s Tata Power Renewable Energy limited with about 4.9 GW assets. This investment will fund in Tata Power Renewables’ growth as it targets over 20 GW of renewable assets across rooftop and EV spaces in India in next five years.
  • The state government has cleared five new projects by Exide Energy, and four proposals for additional investments in existing plants. The total investments proposed is up to INR 11,495 crore. Exide Energy will invest INR 6002 crore in a unit to manufacture li-ion cells, modules and packs at the defence and aerospace park, near the international airport in Bengaluru.
  • Adani Green Energy Ltd (AGEL), Adani Transmission Ltd (ATL), and Adani Enterprises Ltd (AEL) will all receive $2 billion in primary capital from Abu Dhabi’s International Holding Company PJSC (IHC).
  • Al Jomaih Energy and Water has received a non-sovereign loan of INR 4.063 billion from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to develop an 80 MW solar plant in Gujarat.
  • A Gujarat based textile company Chirpal Group has proposed to invest INR 5,400 crore in the state for setting up a solar cell and a textile unit in Ratlam. The company also plans to set up a textile unit in Ratlam in an area of 30 acres with an investment of INR 800 crore.
  • Shirdi Sai Electricals is planning to invest between INR 12,000 and INR13,000 crore to set up 12 GW of Polysilicon and 5 GW of Ingots to Module capacity. The company is targeting a $350-400 million business in manufacturing, another $150-200 million from EPC, and around $400-500 million from the solar segment.
  • NTPC announced that it will raise INR 1,500 crore by issuing non-convertible debentures on a private placement at a coupon of 5.78% per annum with a maturity period of 2 years. The proceeds will be used for, inter alia, funding of capital expenditure, refinancing of existing loans and other general corporate purposes.
  • Inox Green Energy Services Ltd (IGESL) a subsidiary company of Inox Wind announced that it has decided to withdraw its proposed INR 740 crore initial share sale offer. The Initial Public Offering (IPO) was planned to issue fresh shares worth INR 370 crore, besides an Offer for Sale (OFS) of equity stocks aggregating to INR 370 crore by Inox Wind. The company had filed the Draft Red Herring Prospectus (DRHP) for the proposed IPO on February 7 with the SEBI.

GTAM Traded Volume

During April 2022, the IEX green term-ahead market traded 120.13 MU volume, with 35.07 MU in the solar segment and 85.06 MU in the non-solar segment. This is about 36% less than the previous month. The average trade price in IEX GTAM for the same month was INR 10.46/kWh. 

The PXIL green term-ahead Market reported 209 MU volume in April 2022 with a decrease of 38% on MoM basis. The average traded price was INR 11.5/kWh during April 2022. 

GTAM traded volume and average traded price trend

Source: IEX, PXIL, JMK Research

Comparing on m-o-m basis, prices for global mono PERC modules have remained same in April 2022.

Solar modules price trends

Source: PVInfoLink, JMK Research

Domestic module prices for April 2022

JMK Research carried out price survey from domestic suppliers for April 2022 and as per the responses received, the all-inclusive domestic module prices till project site (including freight charges, GST etc) for various categories are:  

  • For mono PERC 440 Wp modules, price range from INR 30.5/Wp to INR 33/Wp while prices for mono PERC 500 Wp series varied from INR 30/Wp to INR 32.8/Wp.
  • Polycrystalline 330 Wp module prices were between INR 25/Wp to INR 28.5/Wp

The domestic solar module manufacturers further anticipated that the domestic module prices will rise next month as well.

Source: JMK Research

Note: Domestic module prices are all inclusive prices till project site including freight charges, GST, etc

Policies and Regulations

Central

Policy Name

Issuing Agency

Date of Issue

MNRE extended timeline for compulsory use of solar PV modules listed under ALMM from 01.04.2022 to 01.10.2022

MNRE

28th-Mar-2022

CERC Adopts Tariff for 8800 MW Solar Power Plant connected to ISTS linked with Setting-up of Solar Manufacturing Plant

CERC

2nd-Apr-2022

CERC adopts tariff for 500 MW solar project in Neemuch, Madhya Pradesh

CERC

5th-Apr-2022

MNRE updated ALMM list with an enlisted capacity of 13,284 MW in April 2022

MNRE

5th-Apr-2022

CERC Approves PXIL to Introduce Hydropower Contracts under GTAM Segment

CERC

5th-Apr-2022

CERC adopts the tariff for 1200 MW wind power projects under Tranche X tender

CERC

11th -Apr-2022

CERC adopts the tariff for 550 MW solar tender in Madhya Pradesh

CERC

7th-Apr-2022

CERC adopts the tariff for 450 MW solar tender in Madhya Pradesh

CERC

11th-Apr-2022

MOP revises Scheme for Flexibility in Generation and Scheduling of Thermal/ Hydro Power Stations through bundling with Renewable Energy and Storage Power

MOP

12th-Apr-2022

CERC adopts the tariff for 400 MW Renewable Energy Projects (RTC-I)

CERC

8th-Apr-2022

MoP issues Electricity (Rights of Consumers) Amendment Rules, 2022

MoP

20th-Apr-2022

Supreme Court directed for underground transmission lines in habitats of the Great Indian Bustard in Rajasthan and Gujarat

Supreme Court

21st-Apr-2022

State

Policy Name

Issuing Agency

State

Date of Issue

UERC reduces additional surcharge to INR 1.07/kWh from INR 1.94/kWh for open access consumers

UERC

Uttarakhand

22nd-Mar-2022

HPERC determines Generic Levellised Tariff for Solar PV Projects for FY 2022- 23

HPERC

Himachal Pradesh

28th-Mar-2022

PSERC approves power procurement from a delayed 50 MW of wind project

PSERC

Punjab

15th-Mar-2022

HIMURJA approved benchmark costs for grid connected rooftop solar plants in Himachal Pradesh for the year 2022- 2023 & 2024

HIMURJA

Himachal Pradesh

1st-Apr-2022

GERC issued third amendment of (procurement of energy from renewable sources) Regulations, 2022

GERC

Gujarat

8th-Apr-2022

HERC approves the procurement of 7.5 MW solar power from Orbit Resorts Ltd at INR 2.48/kWh

HERC

Haryana

13th-Apr-2022

TNERC approves the procurement of 475 MW RTC power under Short term tender for the period from 01.03.2022 to 31.03.2022

TNERC

Tamil Nadu

5th-Apr-2022

Government of Karnataka notifies new Karnataka Renewable Energy Policy 2022-2027

Government of Karnataka

Karnataka

16th-Apr-2022

MSEDCL approves tariff adoption for long term procurement of 31.75 MW solar power under Component A of PM KUSUM Scheme

MSEDCL

Maharashtra

25th-Apr-2022

TNERC approves tariff of INR 2.99/kWh for 3 MW solar capacity under Component A of PM KUSUM Scheme

TNERC

Tamil Nadu

26th-Apr-2022

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