Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Bangalore is seeking module cleaning system for the 100 MW (AC) floating solar power plant that it is setting up for state-owned power generator NTPC in Telangana. The plant is coming upon the raw water reservoir area of NTPC’s Ramagundam Thermal Power Plant.
The project is divided into 40 discrete array blocks of 2.5MW (AC) each. These 40 arrays are spread on approx. 630 acres of the raw water reservoir area of the plant. Each 2.5 MW array includes approx. 11,200 PV modules, and has a corresponding floating equipment platform placed at an approx. distance of 10 metres from it, as per the BHEL tender inviting bids for the module cleaning system.
The plant uses floats supplied by two Indian companies. Of the 40 array blocks, 32 are made of Prabh Dayal make of HDPE floats and the balance eight blocks are made of Adtech make floats.
The module cleaning system is to be designed for each 2.5MW network, with similar system used for all the 40 blocks.
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