Haryana Tenders for 10.4 MW Grid Connected Rooftop Solar Plant

Haryana Tenders for 10.4 MW Grid Connected Rooftop Solar Plant

The deadline for the Government of Haryana’s tender for supply, installation, and commissioning of a 10.4 MW grid-connected rooftop solar power plant anywhere in the state is approaching next month. The rooftop solar plants should be without the battery bank or with a LiFePO4 battery bank only including solar generation and Bi-directional meters.

The scope of work includes Design, Supply, Erection, Testing & Commissioning including comprehensive maintenance of the project for 5 years at various places in Haryana.

The tender has been issued for two types of developer or suppliers; Group A and Group B. Ones without the battery bank and the size of each grid-connected rooftop solar plant of those without batter would be accepted in the ranges as mentioned below: Group AHaryana Tenders Rooftop Solar

While the other developers of each grid-connected rooftop solar plant with LiFePO4 battery bank would be accepted in the size ranges as below: Group B Haryana Tenders Rooftop Solar

Interested bidders can bid for complete capacity under Group-A or Group-B or both groups but, Bids for partial capacity of a single group will not be accepted. If bidding for Group A only, the bidder should have a minimum average annual turnover of Rs. 10.08 Crore, if bidding for Group B only, the average annual turnover of the bidder should be Rs. 4.80 Crore, while bidding for both the groups, it should be Rs. 14.88 Crore in the last three years, ending 31st March 2021. 

Interested bidders from Haryana or other states are expected to pay an Ernest Money Deposit (EMD) of Rs. 2,00,000 along with a tender document fee of Rs. 5,000. However, the Haryana-based MSMEs, first-generation startups, and public sector enterprises have been exempted to pay EMD and tender fees. 

The last date of online bid preparation and submission is July 7, 2021, and the technical bid opening is scheduled on the same day. However, the financial bid opening date will be decided later on.

Bidders from all categories of the capacity of the rooftop solar plant should complete the work including inspection, supply, installation, and commission within three months from the date of the work order. While the pre-dispatch of the material at the site of inspection should be seven days prior to the last date of supply of the system.

After receipt of the call for an inspection, the material shall be inspected by the Director, New & Renewable Energy Department or HAREDA.

Recently, Haryana has also asked for bids for supplying Solar Home Systems, and Solar Lighting Systems to the state. These will be used by Anganwadi Centres, Schools, and other Government and Public buildings in Haryana.

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