NHPC has invited domestic bids to develop a 300 MW floating solar power project on a turnkey basis in the state of Odisha. The plant is to be set up at Rengali Reservoir in the Angul district.
The prospective contractor’s scope of work includes engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) of the 300 MW floating solar plant and the associated 220 kV transmission line for connectivity at the 400 kV grid substation. It will also be responsible for comprehensive operation and maintenance for five years from the commissioning of the project.
The EPC completion period is 21 months (including commissioning). Bidding closes on May 17.
NHPC has also tendered the EPC work for a 50 MW floating solar project at West Kallada in the Kollam district of Kerala. The contractor’s scope also includes an associated transmission system for grid connectivity along with comprehensive operation and maintenance for five years.
The EPC completion period is 15 months (including the commissioning period). Bidding closes on May 18.
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