SECI Tenders for 15 MW Floating Solar Plant at SCCL
- SECI has actually released a tender for establishing 15 MW floating solar plant at various websites at the SCCL in Telangana
The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has actually provided a tender, welcoming proposals from qualified companies for establishing of 15 MW floating solar PV nuclear power plant at various websites at the Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) in Telangana.
The range of help the picked prospective buyers will certainly consist of the layout, design, supply, building, erection, screening and also appointing of the 15 MW (Air Conditioning) floating solar PV nuclear power plant at various websites. The chosen designers will certainly additionally be needed to offer detailed procedure and also upkeep (O&M) solutions for the plant for a duration of 10 years.
The last day for proposal entry is May 4, 2020, as well as the techno-commercial proposals will certainly be opened on the exact same day. A pre-bid conference has actually been set up for April 20, 2020, to attend to the issues increased by the potential bidders. The day and also time of opening of the cost quotes will certainly make love succeeding to the shortlisting of techno-commercial quotes. All prospective buyers will certainly likewise be called for to send an Earnest Money Deposit of Rs 1.701 crore together with their proposals.
To be qualified for taking part in the bidding procedure, the prospective buyers have to have experience in EPC implementation of ground-mounted solar projects on complete basis of collective capability not less than 8 MW in the last 7 fiscal years as on the last day of quote entry. Nonetheless, such project capability need to have remained in sufficient procedure for at the very least 6 months before the last day of proposal entry.
Monetarily, the Minimum Average Annual Turnover (MAAT) of the prospective buyer in the last 3 fiscal years (i.e. FY 2016-17,2017 -18 & 2018-19) need to be Rs 34.02 crore. And also the total assets for the last fiscal year must declare. Furthermore, the prospective buyer ought to have a minimal capital of Rs 21.26 crore according to the last audited monetary declaration.
Just recently, the West Bengal Power Development Corporation Limited (WBPDCL) had actually provided a tender, looking for quotes from qualified companies for establishing of a 10 MW Phase-II grid-connected floating solar PV nuclear power plant on Raw Water Pond No. 1, 2 & 4 in Sagardighi Thermal Power Project (SgTPP) in Murshidabad, West Bengal.