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GSECL tenders 312 MW grid-connected solar in Gujarat

Source:pv magazine

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The Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Limited (GSECL) has issued tender inviting bids to set up an aggregate 112 MW of grid-connected solar capacity in Gujarat. It has also floated a tender for 4×20 MW PV capacity in Dholera Solar Park.

These projects’ work scope includes design, engineering, supply & procurement, construction, and five years of operation and maintenance of the plant.

112 MW

The 112 MW solar capacity is tendered across various substations of GETCO. The district-wise capacity allocation includes Morbi district 47 MW, Bhavnagar (20 MW), and Kutchchh (45 MW). Plants are to be installed in sizes ranging from 10-50 MW.

To be eligible, the bidder should have designed, supplied, and erected/supervised, and commissioned a cumulative grid-connected solar capacity equivalent to at least 40% of the total bid capacity in MW. Out of this capacity, at least one plant should have been minimum 10 MW AC for bid capacity of 21 up to 55 MW, and a minimum 5 MW for bidding capacity of 10 up to 20 MW. The reference plant must have been in successful operation for at least 12 months before the techno-commercial bid opening date.

Contractors have until April 30 to bid for the capacity at GETCO substations.

4×20 MW

GSECL seeks EPC contractors as it intends to bid for 4×50 MW capacity in Dholera Solar park for purchase of power.

The 4×50 MW is part of the 700 MW PV capacity tendered by GUVNL in March.

To be eligible, the bidder should have designed, supplied, and erected/supervised, and commissioned a cumulative grid-connected solar capacity equivalent to a minimum 40% of the total bid capacity in MW. Out of this capacity, at least one plant should have been of 10 MW AC. The reference plant of minimum capacity must have been in successful operation for at least 12 months before the techno-commercial bid opening date.

Bidding closes on April 20.

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