Rajasthan launches 810 MW solar tender


Rajasthan Raiya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam (RVUNL) has launched a tender to select developers for setting up 810 MW of state transmission utility (STU)-connected PV projects in the Indian state of Rajasthan. The projects are to be developed in the 2 GW Solar Park being developed by RVUNL at villages Ramsar Chhota in Pugal tehsil of the Bikaner district.

RVUNL will sign a 25-year power purchase agreement with the selected developers.

Bidding closes on June 7.

Punjab State Power Corp. Ltd has issued a Request for Selection to purchase 1 GW of solar power from grid-connected PV projects located anywhere in Punjab. The minimum project capacity is 5 MW.

Bidding closes on July 10.


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