The Rajasthan Electronics and Instruments Limited (REIL) has issued tender to install and commission 2 MW of grid-connected rooftop solar projects at several government buildings in the capital city of Jaipur.
The bid submission deadline is September 3, 2019. The bids will be opened on September 4, 2019. An earnest money deposit (EMD) of ₹0.1 million (~$ 1,389) will be required to participate in this tender.
The eligibility requirement to bid for the projects indicates that the bidder should be experienced in the installation and commissioning of at least one single solar project of 30 kW and a cumulative capacity of 100 kW. The interested bidders should be registered with REIL for the installation and commissioning of solar systems. The company bidding for the project should have reported an annual turnover of at least ₹1 million (~$ 13,895) over the last three financial years.
REIL will supply the following equipment for the execution of the project:
According to the tender, REIL will hand over all the required material at the project premises. The project should be completed ten weeks from the date of issuing the work order. The site details will be provided when the letter of award (LOA) is issued.
In July 2019, REIL had invited bids for solar power projects of capacities ranging from 250 kW to 3.5 MW at various locations and sub-stations of Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL). Under this project, REIL will establish small solar PV projects with capacities ranging between 250 kW to 3.5 MW on open or unused land at various locations and substations of MSEDCL. The land for the implementation of the proposed solar project will be provided to the contractors for project development.
In the same month, it had also announced a tender for manufacturing of 25,000 crystalline solar photovoltaic modules of 75 Wp.
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