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A 15 MW floating solar PV power station is being tendered by SJVN Green Energy (SGEL) for Nangal Pond, next to the village of Neilla, in the district of Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh. For the same, online bids have been invited by SGEL.
The online bid must be submitted by September 15, 2022, at 1:00 p.m. The bids will be unveiled on the same day.
Each interested bidder will be required to submit a non-refundable tender cost of Rs. 10,000 (+ 18% GST). The successful bidder would be required to provide a bid security/earnest money deposit of Rs. 11 million.
The Solar Modules needed for this project must only come from Models and Manufacturers on the most recent MNRE-issued “Approved List of Models and Manufacturers” (ALMM).
The project’s engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) work will take 540 days to complete from the date the Letter of Award (LOA) was issued.
The scope of work for this SJVN 10 MW floating solar tender covers design and engineering, installation, supply, manufacture/procurement, testing, and commissioning. Further, a warranty obligation with 3 years of thorough operation and maintenance has also been included in the project scope.
The bidder must have completed an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) project for a ground-mounted, grid-connected solar power project during the past 7 years to participate in the bidding.
The reference project/s should be of the following capacities: One solar power project with a minimum capacity of 12 MW, two solar power projects with a minimum capacity of 7.5 MW each, or three solar power projects with a minimum capacity of 6 MW AC each.
The bidder must have successfully operated and maintained (O&M) solar photovoltaic (SPV) ground-mounted power plants with grid connections with a capacity of at least 4 MW for at least 1 year during the last 7 years of the NIT’s issue.
Additionally, the prospective bidder’s average annual financial turnover for the 3 years ending on March 31 of the preceding fiscal year must be at least Rs 300 million.
According to the immediately previous audited financial statement, bidders must have the operating capital necessary to generate at least Rs 2.5 million/MW in cash flow. They must give a bank certificate attesting that they have enough money to provide a bank guarantee worth Rs 1.5 million for each MW of the overall capacity.