PFCCL Issues Tender for Transmission Service Provider (TSP) for Evacuation of 7 GW RE Power from Khavda Energy Park

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PFC Consulting Limited (PFCCL), also known as BPC, has announced the issuance of a Request for Proposal (RFP) to select a Transmission Service Provider (TSP) through international competitive bidding. The TSP will be responsible for establishing an Inter-State Transmission System for the evacuation of an additional 7 GW of renewable energy power from Khavda RE park under Phase III Part A. The project will be implemented on a build, own, operate, and transfer basis.


The scope of work for the TSP includes activities such as project establishment, operation, and maintenance, surveying, finance arrangement, project management, necessary consents and permits, land compensation, design, engineering, construction, testing, and commissioning. The TSP must ensure compliance with the Transmission Service Agreement and relevant regulations and guidelines set by the Central Government.

Timely completion of the project and its operation and maintenance will be the responsibility of the TSP, as specified in the RFP documents. The TSP is also required to obtain a Transmission License from the Commission and seek approval under Section 164 of the Electricity Act from the Central Electricity Authority (CEA).

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The Bid must be uploaded online through the electronic bidding platform on or before 15:00 hours (IST) on July 18, 2023. Technical Bid will be opened by the Bid Opening Committee on the same day at 15:30 hours (IST) in the office of Central Electricity Authority, in the online presence of Bidders’ representatives who wish to attend.


This opportunity presents prospective bidders with the chance to participate in the development of a significant transmission infrastructure project in India’s renewable energy sector.

View the tender document for more details:

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