The EPC tender for up to 500 MW grid connected solar PV capacity in Maharashtra by India's state owned utility NTPC also requires winners to provider O&M services for three years. Pictured is the scenic Ratangad in Maharashtra. (Photo Credit:Ahmednagar District Administration)
- NTPC has issued a call to eligible EPC service providers to bid for a solar tender for up to 500 MW PV capacity
- The grid connected PV capacity will need to be established within the state of Maharashtra
- A single bidder can bid for a minimum of 100 MW and can bid for the entire 500 MW as well
- The last date to submit bids for this tender is January 2, 2020, as per tender terms
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The National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) of India has launched a new tender for EPC providers to install up to 500 MW grid connected solar power projects in the state of Maharashtra.
Launched as part of the open category where solar cells and modules can be sourced from anywhere around the world, the tender terms also require the EPC service providers to ensure land availability and connectivity to the grid.
Minimum capacity to bid for is 100 MW, however, a single bidder can bid also for the entire 500 MW.
Brief scope of work as specified by NTPC is design, engineering, manufacturing, supply, packing and forwarding, transportation, unloading, storage, installation and commissioning of the capacity awarded on turnkey basis, along with operation and maintenance (O&M) for a three-year period.
Interested companies can submit their bids latest by January 2, 2020 when techno-commercial bids will be opened. Tender notice can be viewed on NTPC’s tender website.
This tender notice comes as the utility sought bids for 923 MW solar PV capacity under CPSU Scheme Phase II (Tranche II) recently. It is also seeking solar power procurement of up to 100 MW capacity for two months (see NTPC Tender For 923 MW Solar Under CPSU Ph II).