Madurai Kamaraj University to get 1 MW ground-mounted solar plant


The National Institute of Wind Energy has invited bids to install and commission a 1 MW (AC) ground-mount mono-crystalline solar power plant at Madurai Kamaraj University in Madurai district of Tamil Nadu.

The work scope includes design, engineering, supply, construction, erection, testing, commissioning, grid synchronization, along with five years of operation and maintenance support from the date of commissioning (power evacuation to Substation). Power evacuation system to the nearest available TANGEDCO Substation also falls under the bidder’s scope.

To be eligible, the bidder as an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor should have successfully installed and commissioned grid-connected solar plants aggregating a minimum 20 MW (AC) capacity in India during the last five years. The plants shall be in successful commercial operation for the last one year.
Further, it should have an average annual turnover of minimum Rs 1.50 crore in the last three financial years.

The entire project completion period is eight months from the award of the contract.

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