State-run NTPC has launched bidding to provide three years of comprehensive operation and maintenance services for its 250 MWp Mandsaur solar PV plant in Madhya Pradesh.
The project was developed in five blocks of 50 MW each through Tata Power Solar Systems, Vikram Solar, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) and Lanco Solar. It has been commercially operational since Sept. 1, 2017.
To be eligible, bidders should have installed and commissioned at least 50 MWac of grid-connected solar within the past seven years. Alternatively, the bidder should have completed at least a one-year O&M contract for an equivalent amount of solar capacity within the past seven years. In addition, bidders should have an average annual turnover of at least INR 12.5 crore ($1.6 million) for the past three financial years.
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