Punjab tenders 5 MW rooftop solar


Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA) has invited bids to set up an aggregate 5 MWp capacity of grid-connected rooftop solar systems across various locations in the State of Punjab. The plants are to be installed under RESCO Model (wherein the developer owns the entire system) on government/private buildings. 

The work scope includes identification and site survey of rooftops, solar potential assessment, finalization of feasibility report for identified locations, design, engineering, testing, commissioning, ensuring net metering as per the state net metering policy, and quality control of the grid-connected rooftop solar. The developer is also responsible for the operation and maintenance of the system for its lifetime of 25 years. 

The rooftop solar project size at each location shall be in the range of 50 kWp to 1000 kWp. One project may, however, comprise several rooftop units or cluster of installations in a given area. Each rooftop unit can separately connect with the grid and may have separate meters.

Developers must bid for a minimum cumulative capacity of 1 MWp. Only made-in-India PV modules are allowed for the projects.


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