Energy conglomerate NTPC, formerly the National Thermal Power Corporation Limited, has invited bids for a 160 MW solar project in Jetsar, Rajasthan. No electricity tariff limit has been set and, unlike in the recent 1 GW tender made by India’s largest power company, this procurement does not bar foreign-made solar cells and modules. The successful developer, however, must be enlisted with NTPC as a qualified engineering, procurement and construction services provider.
The scope of work includes the design, engineering, operation and maintenance of the solar project for three years from the date of successful completion of a trial run. The developer will also be responsible for establishing a grid substation and the deadline for bid submission is in eight days’ time, on June 26. Read More
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