The National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) in India has invited tenders for solar grid tie inverters for its premises. NISE is the apex institute to conduct solar research and development in the country. (Photo Credit: NISE)
- India’s National Institute of Solar Energy invites offers to supply three 50 kVA solar inverters
- Tender requirement is for supply, installation, testing and commissioning of these inverters
- Winning bidder will have to deliver the equipment with 2 to 4 weeks time
- Last date to submit bids is October 25, 2017
The National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) in India has invited tenders for solar on-grid inverters for its premises. Bidders would need to provide such inverters for supply, installation, testing and commissioning of three 50 kVA capacity grid tie inverters.
Interested bidders will need to visit the NISE campus at Gwal Pahari in Gurugram to assess and inspect the job requirement before submitting the bid. They would also need to submit details of at least five customers to whom they have delivered similar equipment. The winning party will have two to four weeks to deliver the equipment once the contract is awarded.
The agency also wants details of service centers for these inverters located within Gurugram or adjoining areas. The vendor will have to carry out all routine and acceptance tests on the premises of the manufacturer.
Last date for the submission of bids is October 25, 2017. Technical bids will be opened on October 26, 2017. Details about the tender are available on the website of MNRE.
NISE is the apex institute of research and development in the field of solar energy in India. It was previously called Solar Energy Centre. Now it is an autonomous institute to assist the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) to implement its National Solar Mission (NSM). The International Solar Alliance (ISA) has its Interim Secretariat located at the NISE premises.