Coal India Ltd launches tender for 35 MW captive solar


CIL Navikarniya Urja Limited (CNUL), a wholly owned subsidiary of state-owned coal miner Coal India Ltd, has invited bids to build 35 MW (AC) of grid-connected solar PV projects for captive consumption by Eastern Coalfields Ltd, another subsidiary of Coal India Ltd. The solar plant is to be built at one location in Satgram and two locations in Kunustoria area, ECL, West Bengal. 

CNUL has been appointed as the project management consultant for developing the 35 MW project through the engagement of an EPC contractor.

The prospective contractor will be responsible for the design, engineering, procurement and supply, construction, erection, testing, and commissioning of 35 MW AC solar power plants at three locations of ECL. It will also provide comprehensive operation and maintenance support for the plant and the associated transmission system for five years. The commissioning period is 12 months.

The project cost (including operation and maintenance for five years) is INR 205.83 crore. 

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