State-owned West Bengal Power Development Corporation Limited (WBPDCL) has invited domestic bids to set up a 5 MW grid-connected floating solar plant in its Santhaldih Thermal Power Station in Purulia district.
The plant will come upon a raw water pond.
The work includes design, engineering, manufacture/procurement, supply, erection, testing, commissioning, and five years of comprehensive operation and maintenance.
WBPDCL intends to finance the work with a grant from the government of West Bengal.
To be eligible, the bidder should have executed similar work for grid-connected rooftop and/or ground-mounted and/or floating solar plants having a capacity of at least one 5 MWp or two 2 MWp at a single location during the preceding seven years.
Further, it should have operation and maintenance experience for a minimum of 5 MWp capacity plants or two plants of 2 MWp each.
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