NTPC Tenders For 1070 MW Solar Projects in Rajasthan


National Thermal Power Corporation Limited (NTPC)  invites  bids from  eligible  bidders  on  Single  Stage  Two  Envelope with Reverse Auction for EPC With Land for Development of Solar PV Projects (Up to 1070 Mw) in Rajasthan.


Design,  Engineering,  Manufacturing,  Supply,  Packing  and  Forwarding, Transportation,  Unloading,  Storage,  Installation  and  Commissioning  of  grid connected Solar PV projects located anywhere in India on turnkey basis.


Last date for bid submission is 17.09.2020.Pre bid meeting is being scheduled on 03.09.2020.


The  participate in this bid the bidder  must have  designed,  supplied,  erected/  supervised  erection  and commissioned/ supervised commissioning of Solar PhotoVoltaic (SPV) based grid connected power plant(s) of cumulative installed capacity of 40 MWp or higher, out of which at least one plant should have been of 10 MWp or higher capacity. The reference  plant  of  10  MWp  or  higher  capacity  must  have  been  in  successful operation  for  at  least  six  (6)  months  prior  to  the  date  of  techno-commercial  bid opening.

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To know more about the tender refer to the document below:

Recently, National Thermal Power Corporation Limited (NTPC)  invited  bids from the promoters or lenders, authorised financial intermediaries of power generation companies, independent power producers (IPPs), or developers for offering operational solar-based assets located in India.

Last date for sending queries is 27.08.2020 and the opening date of techno commercial bid is 22.09.2020.

To be eligible for participating the developer should have an installed capacity of minimum 50 MW (AC) or above in a single location. The  Power  Purchase  Agreement (PPA)  should have a tariff of less than or equal to INR 5/kwhr and the PPA should have been approved by the respective State or Central Regulatory Commission. 

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