State-owned Bharat Electronics Limited (BHEL) has invited bids from manufacturers to supply 286,000 multicrystalline silicon solar cells.
The cells are required in the peak power rating of 4.62W (10,000 quantities), 4.67W (60,000) and 4.72W (216,000).
The solar cells should be 157×157 mm±0.5 mm in size, with a cell thickness of 220±20 microns. Further, these must feature five busbars, with the front busbar having a minimum width of 1 mm and the back busbar 1.5 mm.
The vendor should have a minimum of 60 MW per annum crystalline silicon solar cells manufacturing capacity.
Further, it should have supplied at least 40 lakh quantities of M2-size multicrystalline silicon solar cells to PV module manufacturers from November 1, 2018 to October 31, 2020.
Offers from foreign vendors will not be considered.
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