As Mexican Solar Auction Prices Scrape Bottom, Will Quality be Threatened?

As Mexican Solar Auction Prices Scrape Bottom, Will Quality be Threatened?

The latest round of solar auctions in Mexico yielded an unheard-of average price of US $20.57 per MW, including a $17.70 per MW bid by Enel, a coup for the government. However, as developers and EPCs scramble to under-bid one another in the current market, the price eventually will erode the quality that is deliverable. Indeed, this auction round may have hit the crossing point suggests Enrique Roig, the director of the Solar Steel business of Gonvarri Steel Services, based in Madrid.

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