Telangana State Renewable Energy Development Corp Ltd (TSREDCO) is looking to empanel EPC contractors for an aggregate 50 MW of grid-connected residential rooftop solar capacity under the Capex model.
The capacity is tendered under the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy’s grid-connected rooftop solar program phase II, wherein central financial assistance (CFA) is provided for the installation of rooftop solar projects in residential buildings.
The consumers under this scheme shall be free to install their projects from any empanelled vendors provided the project is installed/commissioned as per the MNRE Phase-II Guidelines and subsequent amendments.
The vendors’ scope of work includes design, supply, erection, testing, commissioning, and five years of comprehensive operation and maintenance for the grid-interactive rooftop solar PV power plants. They shall also make necessary arrangements for evacuation and injection of surplus power to the grid at the interconnection points as agreed with the Discoms.
“For common facilities in group housing societies/residential welfare associations, the allowed rooftop solar system capacity shall be limited up to 500 kWp (@ 10 kWp per house), with the upper limit being inclusive of individual rooftop plants already installed by individual residents in that GHS/RWA at the time of installation,” states the tender document.
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Thank you so much for such a very nice information. we are also dealing with UPS systems, inverters, and batteries for residential, commercial, and industrial use.
Interested in the commercial building purposes required around 3000 KVA
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