- NTPC has launched a tender for two solar PV projects with combined capacity of 86 MW in reverse auction mode
- 65 MW project will be developed for NTPC’s gas power project in Kawas, another 21 MW project will come up for NTPC’s gas power project in Gandhar
- EPC contractors would need to hand over the projects on turnkey basis, along with providing comprehensive maintenance and operations for a period of 15 years
- Bid documents can be purchased between August 12 and September 8, 2017; last date for bid submission is October 10, 2017
National Thermal Power Corporation Calls Bids For Minimum 130 MW Solar PV & 60 MW Wind Power Capacity To Be Located At Kudgi, Karnataka
(14. October 2018)
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(25. June 2018)
Indian Utility NTPC Re-Tenders 36 MW PV Capacity In Gujarat & Telangana, This Time Under Open Category
(13. June 2018)
India’s National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) has invited EPC contractors to bid for 86 MW solar PV capacity in Gujarat under reverse auction. These projects can only be built with domestically manufactured solar cells and modules.
One of the two projects, at 65 MW capacity, will be set up for NTPC’s Kawas Gas Power Project, another 21 MW for NTPC’s Gandhar Gas Power Project. The capacity will be awarded to a single bidder in a single EPC package.
Scope of work for bidders includes design, engineering, manufacturing, supply, packing and forwarding, transportation, unloading, storage, installation and commissioning of the plants. The successful bidder will need to provide comprehensive maintenance and operation services of the plant for a period of 15 years post successful commissioning.
Bid documents for the tender are available for sale from August 12, 2017 and can be bought until September 8, 2017. Last date for submission of the bid is October 10, 2017. Further tender details can be viewed on NTPC tender website.
NTPC has launched a further DCR tender of 22 MW capacity in Uttar Pradesh (see 22 MW DCR PV Tender For Uttar Pradesh). Yet another recent DCR tender by NTPC relates to a module package for its combined cycle power project in Anta, Rajasthan (see NTPC Seeks Module Package For 133 MW Capacity).
India has time until December 14, 2017 to end its solar DCR category as decided by the representatives of India and the US following a World Trade Organization’s (WTO) verdict.