Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agency has invited bids to set up a cumulative 20 MW of grid-connected rooftop solar capacity in the state of Tamil Nadu. The plants are to be set up in various sizes under the Capex model. These will come upon the identified rooftops of government offices and state-run industrial units and educational institutions, connected to TANGEDCO’s distribution network.
The prospective contractor’s scope of work includes site survey, design, supply, installation, testing, commissioning, and five years of comprehensive maintenance of the plants.
Tamil Nadu targets 9 GW of cumulative installed solar energy capacity by the year 2023. The overall solar energy target is divided into 5.4 GW utility-scale and 3.6 GW consumer categories.
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