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The stability of system (BoS) package deal together with land for interstate transmission system (ISTS)-connected photo voltaic initiatives as much as 1,000 MW (1 GW) wherever in India (excluding Rajasthan) with a greenshoe possibility for a further 500 MW has been put out for bids by NTPC Renewable Vitality.
The proposals should be submitted by March 21, 2023, and the day of the opening of bids would be the similar.
Bidders should pay the bid doc price of Rs. 22,500.
The profitable bidder may also be answerable for the complete operation and upkeep (O&M) of the programs for 3 years.
Bidders will need to have beforehand constructed a minimum of one electrical substation with a voltage stage of 33 kV or increased, which included elements like energy transformers and circuit breakers, to be eligible for bidding.
Nonetheless, the substation is required to be in operate for a minimum of a yr previous to the bid opening date.
On the ultimate day of the earlier fiscal yr, bidders ought to have a constructive internet value.
Moreover, for a complete quoted capability of as much as 300 MW, the bidder’s common annual turnover in any 3 of the final 5 fiscal years shouldn’t be lower than Rs. 1 billion. It needs to be Rs. 3.05 billion for 300 MW to 600 MW, Rs. 7.01 billion for 600 MW to 900 MW quoted capability, and Rs. 13.2 billion for specified capability between 900 MW and 1200 MW.
Additional, bidders who’ve contracted the BoS package deal or have commissioned photo voltaic initiatives with a cumulative capability of a minimum of 40 MW, and have put in a minimum of one undertaking with a capability of 10 MW or larger at a single location, are eligible to submit their proposals.
Additional, previous to the opening of bids, the reference undertaking must be in operation for a minimum of 6 months.
Alternately, bidders will need to have accomplished an industrial undertaking within the final 10 years that had a minimal worth of Rs. 1 billion for a complete specified capability as much as 300 MW, Rs. 3.05 billion for 300 MW to 600 MW, Rs. 7.01 billion for quoted capability between 600 MW and 900 MW, and Rs. 13.2 billion for 900 MW to 1,200 MW.
These initiatives might have been developed by the bidder or accomplished as an EPC contractor within the space of oil & gasoline, energy, petrochemical, metal, cement, fertilizer, or another course of trade.