BHEL tenders BOS for 100 MW plant at Raghanesda Solar Park

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Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Electronics Division, Bangalore is setting up a 100MW (AC) solar power plant for Raghanesda Ultra Mega Solar Park, Gujarat. The plant comprises 18 inverter stations with associated 5 MW PV array and two pooling stations of 50 MW each.

All the electrical equipment in this project are outdoor type. Supply of solar modules is in BHEL’s scope.

The scope of work for the selected BOS vendor includes supply, installation, testing and commissioning of certain AC and DC activities of the solar photovoltaic power plant as detailed in the tender specification.

To be eligible, the vendor should have executed indoor/outdoor electrical installations of minimum 33 KV at power plants or sub-stations in India—with scope including both supply and erection—within the last five years from date of tender opening. The cumulative value of these projects should be minimum Rs 7 crore, with individual contract values of not less than Rs 1 crore.

In case of delay in BOS delivery, a penalty will be levied at 0.5% per week or part thereof but limited to a maximum 10% value of the undelivered portion (basic material cost). Penalty, if applicable, shall be deducted at the time of first payment.

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