Indian State Agency To Procure Central Inverters For Solar

NLC India Limited Seeking Central Inverters For 600 MW Solar Project At Khavda, Gujarat

Indian State Agency To Procure Central Inverters For Solar

After launching call to procure bifacial modules for its 600 MW Khavda project in January 2024, NLC India is now looking for central inverters for the same project. (Illustrative Photo; Photo Credit: Roman Zaiets/Shutterstock.com)

  • NLC India has launched a call for the supply of central inverters for its project in Gujarat 
  • The 600 MW solar plant at GSECL’s Khavda Solar Park will be developed by NLC’s wholly-owned subsidiary 
  • Bidders should have supplied a total of 150 MW of 1.1 MW or higher capacity central inverters that should be successfully operational for at least a year 

NLC India Limited, operating under the Indian Ministry of Coal, has opened a bid seeking the supply of central inverters for a 600 MW solar power plant in Gujarat’s Khavda. 

The solar project is coming up in Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Limited’s (GSECL) solar park at Khavda (GSECL Stage-2). NLC intends to develop the 600 MW project through its wholly-owned subsidiary NLC India Green Energy Limited. 

To be eligible for this call, bidders should have manufactured and supplied central inverters of 1.1 MW or higher capacity up to a cumulative 150 MW in one or more orders for solar power plants to government, quasi-government, public sector undertakings, public limited companies, private limited companies in the last 7 years. 

These should be in successful operation for at least 1 year from the date of commissioning. 

Broad scope of work includes manufacturing, supply, packing and forwarding, transportation including transit insurance of central inverters and their supervision during installation, testing and commissioning works at site. 

The tender was launched on February 24, 2024 and specifies the last date of bid submission as March 22, 2024. 

In January 2024, NLC was seeking 394 MW bifacial solar modules for the 600 MW Khavda project with a minimum 20% module efficiency at standard test conditions (see NLC India Limited Issues Solar Module Procurement Call). 

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