State-owned NLC India Ltd. (formerly Neyveli Lignite Corp.) has opened domestic bids to set up a 100 MW (AC) solar project on a turnkey basis, connected to the interstate transmission system (ISTS) at any location in India.
The work includes securing approvals for connectivity and long-term access and obtaining state land, as well as the design, engineering and commissioning of the project. It will also include associated power evacuation systems up to the delivery point at an ISTS/central transmission utility substation, as well as operation and maintenance support for three years.
The total project capacity must be commissioned within 15 months from the date the contract is awarded. To be eligible, bidders should have an average annual turnover of INR 148 crore ($19 million) over the past three consecutive fiscal years, said NLC India.
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