State-run engineer Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) is setting up a 20 MW solar power plant for state-owned power generator NTPC at its Gandhar gas-based power plant in District Bharuch, Gujarat. It has invited bids for supply, installation and commissioning of balance-of-system (BOS) items for the plant.
The solar plant shall comprise four inverter stations (containerized PCUs) with each associated 5 MW PV array and one main control room. The output of each solar block (5 MW) with independent inverter station shall be stepped up to 33kV. All the blocks shall be combined to achieve the 20MW output as per the power plant rating at the main pooling switchgear.
The supply of solar modules (90,000 quantities, 330Wp) is in BHEL’s scope.
To be eligible, the bidder should have executed indoor/outdoor electrical installation of 33kV minimum in power plants or substations in India, with scope including both supply and erection, within the last three years. Such contracts’ cumulative value should be a minimum of INR 2 crore with individual contract values not less than INR 50 lakh.
Further, the bidder should have an average annual financial turnover of a minimum INR 2 crore in three financial years (2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20).
Foreign vendors are not allowed.
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