The Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company has invited expressions of interest from engineering, procurement and construction contractors for the installation of 25 MW of grid-connected rooftop solar systems in the state.
The arrays will be added to residential rooftops which come under the electric company’s jurisdiction and the scope of work includes design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning with a five-year warranty period and comprehensive maintenance also required.
As of June 30, Maharashtra had 1.87 GW of grid-connected solar generation capacity, including 1,612 MW of ground-mounted projects and 258 MW of rooftops. The state boasts the third-largest solar rooftop capacity in India, behind Gujarat (611 MW) and Rajasthan (290 MW).
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