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For the installation of solar projects at various places throughout Jindal Power-owned infrastructure in Odisha and Chhattisgarh, the developer has requested bids for 150 MW of MONO PERC solar modules.
The deadline for filing an online bid is November 15, 2022, which is also the bid opening date.
The 105 MW and 45 MW solar projects in Chhattisgarh and Odisha, respectively, will be built using the modules from this 150 MW solar contract.
Each prospective bidder will be obligated to pay 10% of the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) value as a performance bank guarantee within 7 days of the letter of the award being given. The winning bidder will be required to provide an operation and maintenance (O&M) bank guarantee of 10% of the EPC value.
The manufacturing, packing, delivery, testing, and transportation of monocrystalline passivated emitter and rear contact (PERC) modules are all included in this tender’s scope of work.
Further, in addition to the granted solar module capacity, the provider must also provide 0.4% of that capacity as required spares.
To participate in the bidding, a minimum of 500 MW of solar systems must be powered by the total amount of solar modules that the bidder has produced. In addition, they should be able to manufacture at least 500 MW or more modules yearly.
They are also required to have experience manufacturing solar modules for orders with a minimum value of Rs. 3.75 billion in the preceding fiscal year.
Bidders’ average yearly turnover shall not be less than Rs. 3.75 billion, and they must also have a positive net worth during the past three fiscal years.
Solar modules must come from the ALMM list, which is published and updated on a regular basis by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy.
The modules must come with a minimum 10-year warranty, covering any defects in craftsmanship, materials, or manufacturing.
The supplier must offer mono PERC solar modules with a maximum output of 530 Wp. Additionally, the efficiency of solar modules must be more than or equal to 19.5%.
If the commissioning of the products is prolonged, the contractor is liable for liquidated damages up to 5% of the contract price, calculated at a rate of 0.5% of the contract price for each week the delay has persisted in full or in part.