Western Coalfields Ltd plans 35 MW of solar plants for self-consumption


CIL Navikarniya Urja Ltd (CNUL), an arm of Coal India Ltd, has invited bids to set up 35 MW of ground-mount, grid-connected solar plants for offtake by sister company Western Coalfields Ltd (WCL). The prospective contractor will build the solar plants on an EPC basis at WCL’s Chandrapur, Wani, and Majri sites in Maharashtra.

The contractor’s scope of work includes design, engineering, procurement and supply, construction, erection, testing, commissioning, and comprehensive operation and maintenance for 10 years of the solar plants and the associated transmission system.

CNUL will provide project management consultancy during the commissioning period as per its agreement with WCL.

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