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BHEL Tenders For Galvanized Metal Structures For 9 MW Of Solar Projects


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Bharat Heavy Electrics Limited (BHEL), has opened the call for bids to supply 650,000 kg of galvanized structural steel for 9 MW solar projects in India.


The deadline to submit bids is June 4, 2022. The bids will open on the same day.

Photovoltaic tasks will be most likely developed at Udangudi in Tamil Nadu – 750 kW, Yadadri in Telangana – 2.5 MW and Jawaharpur in UP – 4 MW and Panki, UP – 1.75 MW. These tasks will be created below the 2022-24 Framework Settlement.

BHEL stated that the winning bidder must purchase all raw materials from Tata Steel, Essar Steel, JSW Steel, SAIL, Rashtriya Ispat Nigam and Jindal Steel.

All elements should be hot-dip galvanized according to IS:4759 and IS:2629 certifications. The zinc coating thickness should be minimal at 610 gm/sq. A minimum of 85 microns is required for each meter.

Additionally, the chosen bidder must present a guarantee on the merchandise for 24 months from the date provided or 18 months after commissioning.

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The merchandise should be provided according to the dimensions and plans.

BHEL will enter into a Framework Agreement after the tender has been closed. The framework agreement will apply for the amount mentioned in the notice inviting bids for two years. BHEL will place a purchase or order according to the Framework Agreement.

The bidder should have supplied directly or through the principal contractor, or should be a registered provider of BHEL, NTPC, NHPC, state electric energy boards, Energy Grid Company of India, BSNL, Indian Railways or any other government-owned infrastructure development company.

Recently BHEL has published an operation and maintenance (O&M) tender notice for NTPC’s 22 MW floating solar power facility in Kayamkulam, Kerala for a period of three years.

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