Oil India Limited (OIL), a Navaratna enterprise, has invited prospective bidders to develop 100 MW (AC) of solar project capacity anywhere in India. The projects will be tendered under the second phase of the central government’s CPSU program.
Interested solar power developers, manufacturers, and EPC contractors have been asked to submit their intent on or before August 13, 2019. Along with the development of these solar projects, the successful bidder will also be responsible for comprehensive operation and maintenance services for 25 years.
The CPSU program was proposed by the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE). Under this, the government producers will get four years: 2019-2020 to 2022-23, to set up 12,000 MW of solar power projects across the country. Read More
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