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Haryana Tenders 30 MW Rooftop Solar Installations On Government Facilities

Haryana Tenders 30 MW Rooftop Solar Installations On Government Facilities

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The development and commissioning of 30 MW of rooftop grid-connected solar power systems on state government facilities have been put out to bid by the Directorate of Supplies & Disposals, Government of Haryana.


This solar power project has a deadline of December 19, 2022, and bids will be revealed on that day only.

The winning bidders will sign a power purchase agreement (PPA) with the owner of the government building, agreeing to provide solar energy for at least 25 years.

Three months after the PPA is signed, the project must be completed. 

The tender is divided into two categories. The overall capacity for Category I is 5 MW, and bidders can submit proposals in the 50 kW to 100 kW range, whereas the total capacity for Category II is 25 MW, and bidders can submit bids in the 101 kW to 500 kW range.

An earnest money deposit of Rs. 200,000 would be required from each interested bidder. The chosen bidder must additionally offer a performance bank guarantee (PBG) of Rs. 100,000/MW following the issuance of the letter of intent and prior to the signing of the PPA. 

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A performance security deposit of 5% of the contract value is additionally required from the chosen bidder (from other states). While the performance security deposit would only be paid at a lower rate of 0.2% by micro and small enterprises (MSEs) and companies domiciled in Haryana.

The 30 MW tender from the Government of Haryana encloses design, site development, installation, engineering, production, supply, inspection at the supplier’s facility, insurance, storage, transport, testing, and commissioning. Services for operation and maintenance (O&M) are also included in the scope of work.

Further, the modules to be used in the project should be from the Approved List of Models and Manufacturers (ALMM), issued by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE).

Bidders must also be manufacturers or system integrators. They are allowed to submit bids totaling at least 3 MW.

In the previous 3 years, the bidder must have developed, supplied, installed, and commissioned at least one rooftop solar PV power plant that is linked to the grid, with a minimum capacity equal to 40% of the capacity quoted for the bid, in order to be eligible to participate in the tender.

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Based on audited annual accounts, during the last three fiscal years, the average yearly financial turnover of the bidder should be at least Rs. 20 million/MW, and they must have a positive net worth.

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