- NTPC has launched a tender seeking a module package of domestically manufactured solar PV cells and modules
- These will be used for a solar project at its Anta Combined Cycle Power Project in Rajasthan
- Manufacturers who can supply, install and commission 133 MW of crystalline 300-350 W modules will be eligible to apply for the tender
- Last date to submit bids for the tender is October 10, 2017
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A tender seeking a module package of Anta solar project in Rajasthan under reverse auction has been launched by India’s largest utility National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC). Only domestically manufactured solar PV cells and modules can be procured for this tender.
The winner needs to supply crystalline 300-350 W modules for a 133 MW installation at the Anta Combined Cycle Power Project. The job also includes installing and commissioning the modules. The project is located in Kota, Rajasthan.
Bid documents can be purchased from NTPC between August 11, 2017 and September 11, 2017. Last date for bid submission is October 10, 2017.
More details about the tender are available on NTPC Tender website.
NTPC has recently launched three more tenders under the so-called DCR category which is set to expire post December 14, 2017. These are a 22 MW PV project to come up in Uttar Pradesh’s Auraiya region (see 22 MW DCR PV Tender For Uttar Pradesh), two projects with 86 MW cumulative capacity for its Gujarat located gas based power projects (see NTPC Invites Bids For 86 MW Under DCR Category), and a 250 MW project for an undisclosed location (see NTPC Floats 250 MW DCR PV Tender).
NTPC’s current installed solar PV capacity is 845 MW through 11 plants. By the end of 2017, it plans to take its renewable power capacity to 1,000 MW. By 2032, it wants to have a cumulative renewable energy capacity of 32 GW (see NTPC Aims At 32 GW Renewables Capacity).