SJVN Green Energy, an arm of SJVN, has started accepting domestic bids to set up a 15 MW (AC) floating solar plant in Himachal Pradesh. The project will be built on Nangal Pond, near the village of Neilla, in Bilaspur district.
The successful EPC contractor will design, build, test, commission, maintain and operate the project for three years. Only ALMM-approved solar modules will be allowed for the project. The power will be sold to the Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB). Bidding closes on Sept. 15.
SJVN Green Energy has also started accepting bids to set up a 100 MW (AC) grid-connected, ground-mount solar plant in Punjab. The project will be installed at two locations, with capacities of 50 MW each. They will be set up in the villages of Pojewal and Rurki Chandpur, in Nawanshahr district. The successful EPC contractor will design, build, test, commission, maintain and operate the project for two years. Only ALMM-approved solar modules will be accepted, and bidding will close on Sept. 12.
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