CEL Invites EoI For Web-Based Solar Monitoring System

The last date of bid submissions is February 15, 2019. And the date of opening of the EOI has been scheduled for the same date.

Web-Based Solar Monitoring System

The Central Electronics Limited (CEL) has invited Expression of Interest (EOI) from companies/firms wishing to be considered for shortlisting for participating in the bidding process of the proposed Web Based Solar Monitoring System.

CEL is primarily working in the area of solar electrification and has various installations across rural and urban India. And to monitor the performance of these solar power plants remotely are looking for a web-based solution. The idea is to fetch the data from the SCADA/applications from the SCADA manufacturer directly.

Technical Criteria/Scope of Work will include,

The web-based solar monitoring system should enable tracking of the status/technical parameters of individual solar power plants installed at nearly 200 sites in various districts of Maharashtra.

The web-based solar monitoring system should enable remote data fetching from servers/applications of various SCADA manufactures through Application Programming Interface (API)/File Transfer Protocol (FTP) or Email without compromising security.

The last date of bid submissions is February 15, 2019. And the date of opening of the EOI has been scheduled for the same date.

To be eligible, the company/firm should be in the area of software development since last 3 years and implemented at least one similar type of solution and the solution should be operational for the last months at the site. And, should be a profit making organisation for the previous 2 years and should have a minimum turnover of Rs 25 lakhs in each of the last two fiscal years.

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Ayush Verma

Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at saurenergy.com and writes on renewable energy with a special focus on solar and wind. Prior to this, as an engineering graduate trying to find his niche in the energy journalism segment, he worked as a correspondent for iamrenew.com.

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