NTPC Limited has floated an invitation for bids (IFB) for a high tension (HT) switchgear package for its solar project at Solapur in Maharashtra.
Interested bidders must submit their bids with a bid security amount of ₹100,000 (~$1,339). The last date for bid submission is June 11, 2020.
To be eligible to take part in the competitive bidding process, bidders should have manufactured and supplied at least ten 11 kV switchgear panels with a fault rating of at least 40 kA for one second and 100 kA peak, as well as ten vacuum circuit breakers for 11 kV panels with a rating of 40 kA root mean square (RMS) breaking, 100 kW peak making and a fault rating of 40 kA for one second.
These products should have been in successful operation for at least two years before the date of the techno-commercial bid opening. Applicants must also have had an average annual turnover of at least ₹8.5 million (~$113,839) in the last three years. The net worth of the bidder as on the last day of the preceding financial year should not be less than 100% of the paid-up share capital. In case
Previously, the NTPC Limited invited bids for the installation and commissioning package of a solar PV project at Solapur in Maharashtra. The scope of work includes the installation and commissioning of the solar PV project through the Domestic Content Requirement (DCR) route.
Earlier, the Indian coal-based power generator invited bids from eligible bidders for the supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) and weather monitoring system (WMS) package for Solapur solar power project in Maharashtra. The contract also includes one year of maintenance.
Earlier, NTPC had invited bids for an inverter transformer package for the Solapur solar PV project in Maharashtra. The scope of work includes the design, engineering, manufacturing, supply, packaging, testing, installation, and commissioning of inverter-transformer of minimum cumulative capacity of 23 MVA having an HV side voltage of 11 kV at Solapur.
Nithin is a staff reporter at Mercom India. Previously with Reuters News, he has covered oil, metals and agricultural commodity markets across global markets. He has also covered refinery and pipeline explosions, oil and gas leaks, Atlantic region hurricane developments, and other natural disasters. Nithin holds a Masters Degree in Applied Economics from Christ University, Bangalore and a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce from Loyola College, Chennai.