Government-owned Maharatna company Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL) has floated tender inviting bids for the 7.5KW off-grid solar energy power plant in Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
As per the tender details, the successful bidder will have to install 7.5KW ground-mounted off-grid solar power plant at COCO Pachpadhara Barmer under Jodhpur Retail regional office.
The scope of work includes design, manufacture, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the solar system.
However, the final handover to be done to the location after connecting the load on the grid by taking necessary approvals from State electricity board, State nodal agency (Renewable Energy Department)/ Chief Electrical Inspector if applicable. Obtaining approval from the respective department is in the scope of the vendor. No separate payment shall be paid for the same. All statutory compliance related to the project will be in the vendor’s scope.
Additionally, the power generated will be fed to Electricity Boards grid through interactive system enabling net metering as per respective Electricity Board/subsidiaries, if any, norms and applicable central/state/local govt. statutory guidelines.
There’s not any tender fee and the earnest money deposited (EMD) attached with the tender.
Further, interested bidders can start submitting their bids starting from today i.e. May 22, 2020, from 10:00 a.m. onwards, while the last date and time for submission of bids is May 30, 2020, till 3:00 p.m. The bid will be opened on May 30, 2020, at 3:00 p.m.
Also, the tender is valid for an offer for 90 days from the initial or extended due date for submission of tender whichever is later unless specified otherwise.
As per the tender terms and conditions, the bidder has not been banned or delisted by any Government or Quasi-Government agencies or PSUs.
Moreover, these bids have been invited under single stage two bid system (Part I: unpriced bid & Part II: priced bid) from the recipients of tenderers.
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