State-owned power producer NTPC has invited bids to develop 90 MW solar capacity at its Anta project in Baran district of Rajasthan.
The selected developer shall be responsible for complete design, engineering, manufacturing, supply, packing and forwarding, transportation, unloading storage, installation, testing and commissioning of the plant excluding supply of solar modules. It shall also provide operation and maintenance services for the complete solar plant for a period of three years from the date of successful completion of trial run.
Technical requirements include maximum power point tracking technology based string/central inverter with minimum cumulative capacity of 90 MW along with associated cables, transformer and switchgears; complete module cleaning system; SCADA system for control and monitoring; main control room cum pooling switchgear; and addition of 220 KV bay to existing 220 KV switchyard in Anta Gas Power Station along with 220/33 KV, 100 MVA transformer.
To be eligible, the average annual turnover of the bidder should not be less than Rs75 crore during the last three financial years as on the date of techno-commercial bid opening. Further, the bidder should have net worth not less than 100% of its paid-up share capital.
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