State-owned hydropower producer NHPC has invited domestic bids to set up a 100 MW floating solar project in the Indian State of Odisha. The project shall come up at Rengali Reservoir in the Angul District.
The scope of work includes engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) work for the solar project and associated 220 kV transmission line for connectivity at 400 kV grid substation, along with comprehensive operation and maintenance for ten years.
Modules must be made up of mono or polycrystalline silicon cells. The peak power rating of the individual module shall not be less than 320Wp.
The project completion period (including commissioning) is one year from the notification of award.
To be eligible, the bidder, as an EPC contractor or developer, should have deployed an aggregate grid-connected solar capacity of a minimum 40 MW, out of which at least one plant should have been 10 MW. The reference plant of 10 MW or higher capacity should be at a single location.
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Thanks for sharing the information. We had a great opportunity for installing & commissioning of a solar floating project at Uttarakhand. The project was difficult to implement due to limited technical capabilities available at that time. It would be great if you elaborate the latest installation method and techniques currently used for solar floating projects. This will be useful for our students and Solar entrepreneurs in India. Thanks a lot.
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