APDCL invites to bid for 30MW Assam-based solar projects

Jan 9, 2020 04:11 PM ET
  • Indian APDCL has floated a tender for 30 megawatts of solar capacity in three Assam’s districts. The tender is being held under the second phase of the CPSU scheme.

According to the tender, the installations are to be located in the region of Barak Valley, as well as in Central and Western Assam. All the three plants will have equal generation capacities. The highest action price is INR3.13/unit. 

The tenders will bid for designing, constructing and supplying PV plants with DCR. The whole project is slated to be commissioned in a year and a half after receiving a letter of award. As well, the tender winner will have to render 25-year O&M services. 

The bids have to be submitted no later than the 27th of January. The bid opening will take place the same day. The 17th of January has been assigned as the date for prebid meeting, aimed at addressing the issues tenderers may have. 

The capacity allocation to one bidder is limited by the range of 1-30 megawatt. The offerers are obliged to submit an INR 16,370,000/megawatt performance guarantee as well as an INR 6,550,000/megawatt earnest payment for each of the 3 projects.

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