SECI Releases Final Zone Wise List of Developers Selected for 97.5MW Grid Connected Rooftop Solar PV System Scheme

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Solar Energy Corporation of India Limited (SECI) released the final list of selected bidders/developers zone-wise for implementation of 97.5MW Grid Connected Rooftop Solar PV System Scheme for Government Buildings in different zones of India under CAPEX/ RESCO Model under Global Competitive Bidding.  

The total capacity of 97.5 MW has been divided into three categories- the first category is for 10 MW under the CAPEX Model (Part-A), the second is for 85 MW for RESCO Model (Part-B), and the third is for 2.5 MW under the CAPEX Model (Part-C). SECI asked bidders to conduct due diligence of the zone-wise lowest project cost/fixed tariff discovered in the bidding and give their consent for matching the lowest bid by January 8, 2020. 

This selection has been made in reference to the RfS documents (RfS No. SECI/C&P/RfS/MNRE/97.5MW GCRT/R1/IND/082019 dated 29/08/2019.) The final list of zone wise successful bidders/ developers along with allocated capacity, project cost/ tariff is mentioned below. 

Zone 1

The companies that have been selected under the CAPEX A model in Zone 1 are Sunalpha Solar Raj Private Limited, DD Projects Services Private Limited, and Rooftop Urja Private Limited, among others. The lowest price discovered during the bidding for the CAPEX A model was ₹29,490 (~$416)/kWp.

Under the RESCO model for Zone 1, some of the companies that have been selected are Sanklap RealMart Private Limited, Varp Power Private Limited, Sri Savitr Solar Private Limited, and Hero Rooftop Energy Private Limited. The lowest price discovered during the bidding under the RESCO model was ₹3.250/kWh.

Under the CAPEX C model, the companies that have been selected are Prakritik Power Private Limited, Pink City Energy Private Limited, and Photon Tech 1 System, among others. The lowest price discovered under this category was ₹37,989/kWp.

Zone 2

For Zone 2, some of the companies that have been selected under the CAPEX A model are Sunalpha Energy Private Limited, Refex Energy Limited, and Sunanda Solar Private Limited. The lowest price discovered during bidding was ₹29,490/kWp.

Some of the companies selected under the RESCO model for Zone 2 are Sri Savitr Solar Private Limited, Varp Power Private Limited, Maheshwari Mining and Energy Private Limited, and Sunsource Energy Private Limited. The lowest price discovered during the bidding was ₹3.3/kWh.

Under the CAPEX C model, the companies that have been selected include Relitech Enercon Opc and Solanki Energy. The lowest price discovered during the bidding was ₹38,000/kWp.

Zone 3

For Zone 3, some of the companies that have been selected under the CAPEX A model are Genli Engineering and Services Private Limited, Allen Energy Private Limited, and Acesolarr Renewable Energy Llp. The lowest price discovered during the bidding was ₹26,000/kWp.

Under the RESCO B model, a few of the companies that have been selected are Oakridge Energy Private Limited, Sukhbir Energy Private Limited, and Maheswari Energy Private Limited. The lowest price discovered during the bidding was ₹3.3/kWh.

Under the CAPEX C model, the companies that have been selected are Dwived Urja Private Limited, Weltech Designers Private Limited, and Aton Solar International Private Limited. The lowest price discovered during competitive bidding is ₹30,990/kWp.

Zone 4

For Zone 4, the companies that have been selected under the CAPEX A model are Sri Savitr Solar Private Limited and Systemic Electric Private Limited. The lowest price discovered during bidding was ₹21,200/kWp.

Under the RESCO B model, the companies that have been selected are Acclaim Outsourcing Private Limited, Sukhbir Agro Energy Limited, and Maheswari Mining and Energy Private Limited. The lowest price discovered during competitive bidding was ₹1.889/kWh.

Under the CAPEX C model, the companies that have been selected are Solizer Energy Tech Private Limited and Himtech Consultants Private Limited. The lowest price discovered during the bidding was ₹19,840/kWp.

Owing to inadequate bidder participation, this tender had seen multiple extensions with the Request for Selection (Rf) first issued in February 2019, and a bid submission deadline of March 27, 2019. Another reason for reissuing the tender was that the updates were delayed due to the change of portal from TCIL (Telecommunications Consultants India) to the Bharat tender portal.

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