- NTPC has launched a new tender for 15 MW floating PV project capacity
- This project will be set up at NTPC’s 800 MW Koldam hydroelectric power plant in Himachal Pradesh
- Bids can be submitted by February 25, 2019
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The National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) has launched yet another tender offering 15 MW of floating solar PV capacity to be developed at its hydroelectric power plant (HEPP) in Koldam in Harnora village of Bilaspur district in Himachal Pradesh.
Koldam HEPP has 4 units of 200 MW each drawing energy from Satluj River providing water for the dam. Power generated by this plant is supplied to the states of Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Chandigarh and Himachal Pradesh.
Interested bidders will be required to provide their services for design, engineering, manufacturing, supply, transport, installation, testing and commissioning of the PV project with the option to procure solar cells and modules.
Scope of work includes supply of floaters, installation, anchoring, fixing of floaters for the PV panels, pathways corresponding to 19.5 MW system.
Bid documents can be bought till February 4, 2019. The last date to submit bids is February 25, 2019. More details are available on NTPC’s Tender website.
The last floating PV tender from NTPC was for a 20 MW project at its Anta Gas Power Station in Rajasthan (see 20 MW Floating Solar Tender From NTPC).