NTPC has invited domestic bids to supply PV modules for the Nokh solar project in the Indian state of Rajasthan. The successful bidder’s scope of work includes manufacturing and supply of crystalline bifacial PV modules with a nominal rating of a minimum of 530 Wp each.
To be eligible, the bidder should have manufactured and supplied a cumulative PV module capacity of a minimum 40 MWp, out of which at least one supply order should be for a project of 10 MWp or above capacity.
The bidder’s average annual turnover should not be less than INR 145 crore during the preceding three financial years as of the date of the techno-commercial bid opening.
Amara Raja is executing the 306 MWp ground-mounted utility-scale Nokh power plant, spread over 1,850 hectares (approximately the equivalent of 3,500 contiguous football fields), on EPC basis.
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