State-owned power producer NTPC has invited domestic bids to develop grid-connected solar projects up to 300 MW in the Indian state of Gujarat. The projects are to be set up in turnkey mode.
The scope of work includes design, engineering, installation and commissioning of solar plants, including the land and grid-connectivity. Operation and maintenance of the complete solar plant and the power evacuation infrastructure for a period of three years also falls under the installer’s scope. Further, installers must transfer complete ownership or lease of encumbrance-free land in favour of NTPC.
Solar cells and modules of any origin are allowed for the project.
Individual projects shall be of minimum 25 MW, rising in multiples of 5 MW. Bids must be made for a minimum of 50 MW capacity. The maximum capacity allotted to a single installer can be up to 300 MW.
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