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CPWD Tenders 1.65 MW Rooftop & Ground-Mounted Solar Systems For IISER

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The Central Public Works Department (CPWD) has issued a request for proposals for the installation of 1.65 MW of grid-connected rooftop and ground-mounted solar systems at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) in Berhampur, Odisha.

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The project must be finished in 9 months. The anticipated cost of the project is 110.86 million.

The last date for submitting proposals online is June 21, 2022, and on the same day, bids will be opened.

The scope of work comprises rooftop solar and ground-mounted system design, engineering, and getting a no-objection certificate from the distribution company (DISCOM) for grid connectivity,  erection, supply, manufacturing, construction, related civil works, and testing and commissioning.

The winning bidder will also be responsible for the project’s operation and maintenance for the next 5 years.

As an earnest money deposit, bidders must provide Rs 2.11 million. And, as a performance bank guarantee, the successful bidder must provide a sum equal to 3% of the tender value.

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For bidders to be eligible for taking part in the bidding, they must have satisfactorily performed three similar works totaling not less than Rs 44.35 million, two similar works totaling not less than Rs 66.52 million, or one similar job totaling not less than Rs 88.69 million in the last 7 years.

The value of completed works will be brought up to current costing levels by increasing the actual worth of work at a rate of 7% per year, computed from the date of completion to the final date of bid submission.

Bidders must have a Rs 44.35 million bank solvency certificate or they must have at least Rs 11.09 million in net worth.

During the previous 3 fiscal years, the bidder’s average yearly financial turnover should have been at least Rs 55.43 million. They should not have suffered a loss for more than 2 years in the previous five successive years.

The solar modules’ output peak watt capacity should be greater than 90% after 10 years and 80% after 25 years.

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