Railway Energy Management Company, on behalf of Indian Railways, has invited bids for setting up 32.56 MWp of grid-connected rooftop solar systems at office buildings, railway stations and other establishments of various Zonal Railways. The projects will be set up under public-private partnership on ‘design-build-finance-operate-transfer’ basis.
The successful developer will be responsible for design, engineering, procurement, erection (including civil and structural works), installation, testing and commissioning of the solar plant. It shall also provide operation and maintenance support for a period of 25 years.
The systems—in individual capacities of 25 KW or greater—shall come up at 117 locations of four zonal railways—Eastern (5144.6 KW), North Central (2646 KW), North Frontier (2310 KW) and Northern—(12476.8 KW)—and coach production units in Kapurthala (3 MW) and Raebareli (7 MW). Read more
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