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Tender & Policy Buzz India: NTPC Floats Tender For Installing 21 MW Solar Power Projects In Madhya Pradesh; Central Government Sanctions Around Rs.700 Cr for Power Infra and Smart Metering Projects and More

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NTPC Floats Tender For Installing 21 MW Solar Power Projects In Madhya Pradesh


In Neemuch, Madhya Pradesh, NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam (NVVN), a division owned by NTPC, has issued a request for proposals for the construction of two solar power plants, each with a capacity of 10.5 MW. The deadline for submitting proposals is November 15, 2022, and they will be released the following day. Bidders will have to provide Rs 20 million as a bid security. The winning bidder will additionally be required to provide performance security in the amount of 3% of the contract price.
The solar power project must be finished within a year (12 months) after the award date. The scope of work includes, among other things, engineering, design, commissioning, procurement, testing, coordinating with other bodies, and documentation needed for the project’s development.

Central Government Sanctions Around Rs. 700 Cr for Power Infra and Smart Metering Projects

Member of the Goa Legislative Assembly, Sudin Dhavalikar said that the central government has approved Rs 242 crore for projects in power infrastructure, including the replacement of old transformers. Rs. 467 crore was also sanctioned for smart pre-paid metering projects. He stated that the infrastructure works included replacement of older transformers with new panels and transformers, reconditioning 33KV feeders, 11KV underground cable works, among other things. Smart meters will have communication facilities, meter management system, and meter acquisition system. All data from meters will be analyzed and acquired for load forecasting and loss calculation. Remote connection and disconnection will be possible with the meter. The department is also trying to reduce distribution losses, currently at 13%, to a single number.

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India is Setting Up More Storage Manufacturing Capacities to Meet Challenges, Says R K Singh

R K Singh, Union Minister for New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), stated that renewable energy was not only a solution for climate change but also a viable alternative to fossil fuels. This was said by the Minister at the inaugural session on new technologies for clean energies transition at the Fifth International Solar Alliance (ISA Assembly) Assembly in New Delhi. He stated that renewable energy was the best option and that there are many ways to increase it. He raised concerns about the storage capacity and said that although it is costly, the government is increasing its storage manufacturing capacities to meet these challenges. The Minister also called on the world leader in storage capacity to increase and stated that energy prices will automatically fall if the storage capacity is increased. He said that in order to address these challenges, we must increase the production of renewable energy. The government is working to make this possible.

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SJVN Tenders For Inspection of PV Modules of 5.5 MW Charanka Solar Project Using Drone

Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam (SJVN) has released tender for inspection of PV Modules of 5.5 MW(p) Charanka Solar Power Project with UAV/Drone mounted thermographcamera. Bids must be submitted by November 9, 2022, which will be publicly opened on the same day. There is no earnest money deposit is asked for this tender. The contract period is of 1 Month 15 Days. Bidders must have minimum 3 years of experience of similar work. Time allowed for Technical Clarifications during technical evaluation is 3 Days.

OERC Allows 200 MW Of Solar Power Procurement By GRIDCO To Meet RPO

In order to fulfill the state’s renewable purchase obligation (RPO), the Grid Corporation of Orissa (GRIDCO) and NTPC Limited have a power sale agreement (PSA) for 200 MW of solar projects connected to the interstate transmission system (ISTS) that has been approved by the Odisha Electricity Regulatory Commission (OERC). The commission emphasized that in order to fulfill expanded RPOs, additional renewable power may be needed beyond the financial year 2024–2025 in addition to the currently tied-up capacity. In order to meet its RPO, the regulator, therefore, allowed the PSA that would be signed by GRIDCO and NTPC to purchase 200 MW of solar energy through ISTS-connected projects.

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