State-owned power generator NTPC has invited bids for supply of power from existing solar power plants of cumulative capacity up to 100 MW for a period of two months. The power would be procured from the distribution licensee, power trader or power generator selected through domestic competitive bidding followed by reverse auction on December 30.
To be eligible, the bidder should be a company or consortium of companies. Further, the plant from which the solar power is offered by the power generator should be commissioned as on the last date of bid submission. Distribution licensees or power traders as per definition given in the RfS document are also allowed to participate in this tender.
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