BHEL Invites Bids For 300MW Floating Solar Project In Odisha

Highlights :

  • The tender mentioned the bid submission start date to be 9th March 2024.
BHEL Invites Bids For 300MW Floating Solar Project In Odisha BHEL Invite Bids For 300MW Floating Solar Project At Rengali, Odisha

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has issued a tender for the supply, commissioning of outdoor grid-connected power conditioning units (PCU) for a 300MW AC capacity floating solar power project at Rengali, Odisha. 

The BHEL tender opened on 6th March, and the bid opened on 16th March. The floating solar project tender mentioned the bid submission start date to be 9th March. The tender mentioned, the late date for the document download/sale end date/ bid submission end date, and the total tender value of the tender is 40,00,00,000.

The tender mentioned the bid validity to be 180 days and it is operational period is for 252 days. The pre-bid meeting place is 11th March 2024. The tender fee is nil.

The part-1 of the pre-qualification, technical and commercial terms and conditions bid comprises of

i. Compliance to addendum/ corrigendum to the tender (if any)

ii. Documents in support of pre-qualification requirements technical and financial (Mandatory) i

ii. notice inviting tender, NIT (Mandatory)

iv. General conditions of contract, GCC along with its annexures (Mandatory) v. Special conditions of contract, SCC along with annexures/appendix (Mandatory)

Earlier, Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) issued a tender notification seeking developers for its 5MW solar project at Ranipur facility in Haridwar, Uttarakhand. The project will be developed under BOOM mode comprising design and construction responsibilities of design-build procurements with operations and maintenance of the project. The bids will have to be submitted by February 6, 2024. The tender will only to submitted electronically by logging into the BHEL e-Procurement portal.

As per the tender, the bidder will get into a purchase agreement of 25 years and must have an earnest money of Rs 30,00,000. Further, the requirements mentioned in the tender specify that the bidding party should be a company and must have experience in at least a 2.5 MW on-ground solar plant and 1MW of individual solar plant as far as technical parameters are concerned. The party should have an experience of seven years in operating and maintaining such solar projects.

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