IRCON Renewable Power Ltd (IRPL) has started accepting domestic bids to set up 500 MW (600 MWp) of grid-connected solar power projects, as well as a 220 kV substation, in the Indian state of Karnataka.
The projects will be built in Pavagada. These are being tendered under the “domestic content requirement” category, which only allows the use of PV cells and modules that were made in India.
The prospective contractor will design, install and commission the solar project and 220 kV substation. It will also provide operation and maintenance services for three years from the date of full capacity commissioning. In addition, it will supply bifacial PV modules, with average wattages of 540 Wp.
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