Manipur Renewable Energy Development Agency (MANIREDA) has invited bids to set up a 50 MW grid-connected solar project in the Indian State of Manipur. The project—to be set up on a build-own-operate basis—shall be located at a 234.24-acre land parcel in the Jiribam district.
The identified land parcel for the project is owned by the Government and will be provided to the developer on a lease basis.
Developers must bid for a single capacity of 50 MW under this RfS. State Discom Manipur State Power Distribution Company Limited (MSPDCL) shall enter into a power purchase agreement (PPA) with the successful bidder for 25 years. The maximum tariff payable to the project developer is fixed at INR 3.0/kWh.
The construction of the transmission system for evacuation of power from the solar plant till the interconnection point/delivery point (MSPDCL-owned 132/33 kV Jiribam sub-station) shall also be under the developer’s scope.
“The developer must comply with the requirements under Hazardous & other Waste (Management and Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2016, as amended from time to time. It will also ensure that all solar modules and energy storage system components, if any, from their plant after their ‘end of life’ (when they become defective/ non-operational/ non-repairable) are disposed of in accordance with the “e-waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2011” notified by the Government,” according to the tender document.
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