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CEL seeks to empanel BOS suppliers for small solar power packs

The Central Electronics Limited (CEL) seeks to empanel balance-of-system (BOS) suppliers for compact solar power packs ranging from 1 kWp to 5 kWp. The empaneled vendors shall also be responsible for installation and commissioning of the packs at four locations—in and around Pune, Chennai, Delhi National Capital Region and Sahibabad.


BHEL tenders BOS for NTPC’s 100 MW (AC) floating solar plant

Bids are invited for supply, installation and commissioning of balance-of-system (BOS) items for NTPC’s 100 MW (AC) grid-connected floating solar plant in Telangana. Bidding closes on April 27.

Central Electronics Limited tenders 44 MW solar capacity in Maharashtra

Developers have until December 30 to bid for the grid-connected plants that shall come up on the land within or around the premises of Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited’s substations. The plants are to be developed on turnkey basis.

NTPC seeks to enlist solar project developers and EPC contractors

The state-run power producer has invited solar developers and EPC contractors to enlist for balance-of-system package of its solar project. Applications can be submitted till October 3.

GST leads to 12% increase in solar project costs – AISIA

All India Solar Industries Association (AISIA) has urged the government to remove the Goods and Services Tax (GST) from the balance of systems for solar equipment. The association said that components like inverters, cables and transformers under GST are charged at 5-8%. Previously, they were charged 2% central sales tax and no excise duty.

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