Oil India seeks installers for 100 MW-plus solar plants


Oil India Limited is seeking engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) installers as it aims to secure solar plants of a minimum 100 MW capacity anywhere in India by participating in tenders by various central and state agencies.

The work scope includes design, erection, installation, and commissioning of 100 MW AC and above grid-connected solar power plant on a turnkey basis. The installer shall also be required to provide comprehensive operation and maintenance for a period of 25 years.

To be eligible, the applicant must be in a similar business for solar plants of minimum 50 MW capacity and must have successfully commissioned one project worth a minimum INR 150 crore in the last seven years before the last date of application submission.

It must be presently engaged in operation and maintenance (O&M) of a minimum of 50 MW project for at least one year since its commissioning.

The applicant should have at least INR 150 crore of average annual financial turnover for the last three accounting years.

At present, Oil India has a renewable energy portfolio of 188.1 MW, including two solar power plants aggregating to 14 MW in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan.

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