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SJVN Green Energy Floats 70 MW Solar O&M Tender in Himachal Pradesh

SJVN Green Energy Floats 70 MW Solar O&M Tender in Himachal Pradesh

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Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam, (SJVN), Green Energy tenders for operation and maintenance of 70-MW capacity (AC) Solar plant located in Himachal Pradesh. The plant includes 3 Units – Unit I, which is a 30 MW Kolar; Unit II, a Bhanjal and Kadh of 20 MW each, and Unit III, a Fatehpur grid-connected PV power plant.


The bid submitting end date is 31st October and bids will be opened on the same day.

EMD/ Bid Security is for 20 MW – Rs. 1.29 Crore, For 30 MW – Rs. 1.88 Crore , For 40 MW – Rs. 2.58 Crore and For 50 MW – Rs. 3.17 Crore.

Applicable ETS Bidding-Fee is Rs. 15,000.00 Indian Rupee Excluding Goods and Services Tax (GST).

Bidders must have had experience with ground-mounted solar power plants connected to the grid in the past five years. The scope of projects must comprise transmission line construction, switchyard/substation bay, design, supply, installation, testing & commissioning, operation, and maintenance of grid-connected solar power plants.

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In August, a 15 MW floating solar PV power station was 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.

Earlier this month, SJVN Ltd had evinced interest to develop 5,000 MW of renewable energy projects in Punjab. SJVN Chairman & Managing Director Nand Lal Sharma met Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann at Chandigarh and expressed keen interest in developing 5,000 MW renewable energy projects in the state. Sharma proposed that SJVN will develop the 5000 MW renewable energy projects through solar projects, canal top solar projects and floating solar projects across the state by way of Joint Ventures formation and MoUs, among others.

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