TSERDCO Tenders Procurement Of 50 MW Mono PERC Solar Modules


In order to acquire 50 MW of monocrystalline passivated emitter and rear contact (PERC) solar modules under the domestic content requirement (DCR) and non-DCR classes, the Telangana State Renewable Energy Development Corporation (TSREDCO) has issued a call for bids.


The PERC Solar modules will be utilized in the grid-connected rooftop solar program (Phase II) and other government projects. Up to 50 MW will be purchased for a period of one year from the project’s start date.


The deadline for submitting online bids is January 3, 2023, which will be revealed on the following day.


Within two weeks of the purchase order’s date, the total quantity of the modules must be delivered.


To partake in the bidding process, bidders must render a security deposit of Rs. 1 million. Alternatively, bidders can present a bank guarantee for Rs. 1 million, the minimum validity of which should be 18 months.

Solar Modules should be devoid of scratches on the glass or frame, excessive or uneven adhesive marks on the glass or frame, fractures, air bubbles, delamination, and irregular cell colors.

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The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy’s Approved List of Models and Manufacturers (ALMM) is to be referenced for the solar modules.

Further, the provider must be an authorized vendor or manufacturer, listed in ALMM, and also have an ALMM enlisted capacity of at least 100 MW/year

As per the tender document, the modules are required to be covered by a 10-year warranty against manufacturing flaws beginning from the date of shipment. They should also be warranted for their output peak watt capacity, which ought to be no less than 90% after 10 years and 80% after 25 years.

In addition, each solar module will be tested for compliance with International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards, with no negative power tolerance.

Furthermore, solar modules must function adequately in ambient temperatures ranging from -10°C to +85°C and must survive wind gusts of up to 170 km/h on the panel’s surface.

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