Jaipur-based Rajasthan Electronics & Instruments Limited has invited bids from Indian manufacturers to supply 6500 quantities of 72-cell polycrystalline solar modules with peak rated power output of minimum 330W.
The modules must display efficiency of a minimum 16.75% from cells arranged in a 12×6 array and having a conversion efficiency of a minimum 18.6%.
The modules should carry a 5.6-year warranty against manufacturing defects. Further, these must be warranted for output peak watt capacity of at least 90% at the end of 10 years and 80% at the end of 25 years.
To be eligible, the vendor should have a minimum of 50 MW per annum module manufacturing facilities. It should have manufactured and supplied a cumulative of 5 MW modules during the last one year.
The total quantity is to be supplied within two months from the purchase order issue, on the partial shipment basis as mutually agreed.
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