NTPC Tenders for BOS Package for 735 MW Nokh Solar Park
- NTPC has actually provided a tender for the Balance of System (BOS) plan for the growth of 735 MW (3X245) Nokh Solar Project in Rajasthan, India.
NTPC Limited has actually released a tender, welcoming on the internet proposals from qualified prospective buyers for the Balance of System (BOS) bundle for the growth of 735 MW (3X245) Nokh Solar Project in Rajasthan, India.
The extent of help the chosen prospective buyers will certainly consist of the layout, design, production, supply, forwarding as well as packaging, transport, discharging storage space, installment, screening as well as appointing of solar photovoltaic leaving out supply of Solar PV components.
The last day for proposal entry is April 27, 2020, as well as the techno-commercial proposals will certainly be opened on April 28, 2020. A pre-bid conference has actually been arranged for April 13, 2020, to attend to the issues elevated by the potential bidders.
To be qualified for taking part in the bidding procedure, the prospective buyer ought to have created, provided, put up/ overseen erection and also appointed/ managed appointing of Balance of System of Solar Photo Voltaic (SPV) based grid-connected nuclear power plant(s) of advancing mounted ability of 40 MW or greater, out of which at the very least one plant needs to have been of 10 MW or greater capability. The recommendation plant of 10 MW or greater ability have to have remained in effective procedure for at the very least 6 months before the day of techno-commercial quote opening.
Economically, the ordinary turn over of the prospective buyer ought to not be less than the monetary number as pointed out in the table listed below, throughout the coming before 3 fiscal years.
And also the total assets of the prospective buyer as on the last day of the coming before fiscal year must not be less than 100 percent of prospective buyer's paid-up share resources.
Lately, NTPC had actually released a tender for the growth of a 50 MW grid-connected solar PV power project at Panchet in Jharkhand. The range of benefit the chosen prospective buyers will cover layout, design, production, appointing of the solar PV project on about 290 acres of land at Panchet. The range will certainly additionally consist of procedure as well as upkeep of the solar plant consisting of plant framework for 25 years on the basis of a solitary factor duty.
The last day for quote entry is March 30, 2020, and also the techno-commercial proposals will certainly be opened on March 31, 2020.
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