SECI tenders 300 MW solar under CPSU Scheme

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Solar Energy Corp. of India Ltd (SECI) has invited domestic bids to install a 300 MW (AC) ground-mounted solar PV project in the Ramagiri district of Andhra Pradesh. The capacity is tendered under the second phase of the Central Public Sector Undertaking (CPSU) Scheme.

The successful bidder’s scope of work include design, engineering, supply (except PV modules), construction, erection, testing and commissioning of the solar project. It will also provide five-year operation and maintenance support for the plant.

“Supply of modules is under the owner’s scope,” reads the tender document.

The procurement of solar inverters for the project must be done from Class I local suppliers only, wherein a Class-I local supplier means a supplier or service provider whose goods, services or works offered for procurement has local content equal to or more than 50%.

Bidding closes on May 26.

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