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RECPDCL Invites Bids For 4 Tenders To Evacuate 18 GW Renewable Energy In Gujarat

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REC Power Development and Consultancy Limited (REPDCL) has invited bids for four global tenders for the construction of an interstate transmission system (ISTS) at the Khavda pooling station to evacuate 18 GW of renewable energy, in Gujarat under Phase II (Part A-D). The projects must be finished in 24 months.

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A 5th tender has been issued to extend Gujarat’s transmission network by including renewable energy projects at Kavda’s prospective renewable energy zone.

The deadline for online bids submission for all tenders is July 8, 2022. On the same day, bids will be unveiled.

The transmission service provider shall guarantee that the building, design, and testing of all project  infrastructure, equipment, systems and components comply with the conditions of the transmission service agreement and central government regulations.

RECPDCL has requested proposals in all four tenders to select transmission service providers via a tariff-based competitive bidding procedure to create an ISTS network to evacuate 4.5 GW of renewable power under each tender, at the Khavda pooling station.

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The successful bidder must submit the nodal agency with a contract performance guarantee of Rs 190.8 million under Part A, Rs 300 million under Part B, Rs 399 million under Part C, and Rs 30 million under Part D within 10 days of the letter of intent being issued.

For the fifth bidding, the winning bidder must furnish the nodal agency with a contract performance guarantee of Rs 240 million within 10 days of the letter of intent being issued.

The bidder must have developed infrastructure projects in the previous 5 years with an overall capital cost of not less than Rs 6.36 billion and Rs 10 billion for Part A and Part B, respectively. However, the capital investment of any project in Part A and Part B cannot be less than Rs 1.27 billion and Rs 2 billion, respectively.

To take part in tender C and D, the bidder must have developed infrastructure projects in the previous 5 years with an overall capital cost of not less than Rs 13.3 billion and Rs 5 billion, respectively. Nevertheless, the capital investment of any project in Part C must be less than Rs 2.66 billion and Rs 1 billion in Part D.

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The bidder for the fifth contract should have expertise building infrastructure projects in the previous 5 years with an overall capital cost of not less than Rs 8 billion. Each project’s capital spending, however, must be less than Rs 1.6 billion.

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