Overwhelming 19000 MW Bids Received For RUMSL and MSEDCL Solar Tenders

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Rewa Ultra Mega Solar Limited (RUMSL), the implementing agency of the project, is a joint venture between the Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikash Nigam Limited (MPUVNL) and the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI).

In 2018, RUMSL tendered a total of 1,500 MW of grid-connected solar projects to be developed across the three solar parks in the state. However the tender was reissued in January 2019. The first tender was floated for developing 450 MW of grid-connected solar PV projects at Shajapur Solar Park. The second tender was floated for 550 MW of solar projects at the Agar Solar Park, and the third tender was for 500 MW of solar projects at the Neemuch Solar Park.

The Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL), the state distribution company had floated tender for procuring 500 MW of wind-solar hybrid power on a long-term basis from grid-connected interstate and intrastate projects. The tender has received a good response from the bidders. It has been oversubscribed by 1 GW according to the sources.

The another tender from MSEDCL was for procure 500 MW of power from interstate or intrastate solar projects on a long-term basis. This tender was also oversubscribed by more than 3.5 GW according to Mercom sources.

Overall the month was quite exciting for RE Bid submissions. There were approx 18.8 GW of cumulative bid submitted for total 2 GW of RE tenders.

Below are the tentative list of bidders with quoted capacity for these tenders.

For RUMSL 450 MW Shajapur Solar Park, 28.06.2021

  1. Azure – 450 MW
  2. Torrent – 450 MW
  3. NTPC – 450 MW
  4. Tata – 450 MW
  5. Avaada – 450 MW
  6. Renew – 450 MW
  7. Sprng – 450 MW
  8. SJVN – 450 MW
  9. O2 – 450 MW
  10. Ayana – 450 MW
  11. NHDC – 450 MW
  12. Aljomaih – 450 MW
  13. Engie – 230 MW
  14. ACME – 450 MW
  15. Talettutayi – 230 MW

For RUMSL 550 MW Agar Solar Park, 21.06.2021

  1. Azure – 550 MW
  2. Torrent – 550 MW
  3. NTPC – 550 MW
  4. Tata – 550 MW
  5. Avaada – 550 MW
  6. ReNew – 550 MW
  7. Sprng – 550 MW
  8. SJVN – 550 MW
  9. Sembcorp – 550 MW
  10. O2 – 550 MW
  11. Ayana – 550 MW
  12. NHPC – 550 MW
  13. Aljomaih – 200 MW
  14. Engie – 550 MW
  15. ACME – 550 MW

For MSEDCL 500 MW Hybrid, 23.06.2021

  1. Azure – 300 MW
  2. O2 – 300 MW
  3. Tata – 300 MW
  4. JSW – 250 MW
  5. Renew – 300 MW

For MSEDCL 500 MW Solar, 21.06.2021

  1. Power Makes Pvt. Ltd. – 25 MW
  2. CIL – 100 MW
  3. Orient Power – 100 MW
  4. MSRDC – 150 MW
  5. Mahagenco – 200 MW
  6. Renew – 200 MW
  7. Azure – 300 MW
  8. ACME – 300 MW
  9. O2 – 300 MW
  10. NTPC – 490 MW
  11. Tata – 500 MW
  12. Avaada – 500 MW

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