Solar energy cost to fall to Rs 1.9 per unit by 2030 in India: TERI study
Updated : February 13, 2019 08:45 PM IST
Likewise for wind, with mast heights increasing from the current level of 80 metres to 100 and even 120 metres, baseline projection for 2030 for the levelized costs of wind at Rs 2.58 per kWh could be as low as Rs 2.26 for projects with higher capacity utilization factors.
According to the findings, the required investments in electricity generation capacities are substantial, at about Rs 1.65-1.75 lakh crore per year.
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