ITI Tenders for 1200 kW Solar Plant With Net-Metering in Bangalore

ITI has tendered for a 1200 kW grid-tied solar PV power plant under rooftop/ ground-mounted net-metering at its Bangalore Plant

ITI Limited has issued a tender for the commissioning of a 1200 kW grid-tied solar PV power plant under rooftop/ ground-mounted net-metering at its Bangalore Plant in the state of Karnataka.

The scope of work for the selected developer will include the survey, design, fabrication, supply, installation, testing, and commissioning of the 1200 kWp rooftop/ ground-based solar plant with net-metering. The developer will also be required to provide comprehensive Operation & Maintenance (O&M) services for the plant for a period of 5 years from the date of successful commissioning.

The last date for bid submission is March 21, 2021, and the technical bids will be opened on the same date. The date and time of opening of the price bids will be informed to the successful bidders in the technical bid later. 

Bidders are required to submit an Earnest Money Deposit of Rs 3.4 lakh along with their bids. All MSMEs, that can provide necessary documents, will be exempted from the payment of the Bid Security/ Earnest Money Deposit.

To be eligible for participating in the bidding process, the bidder should have completed similar works during the last 3 years ending the last day of January 2021. And it should be either of the following: 

1. Three similar completed works with a capacity not less than 40 percent of total capacity. or 

2. Two similar completed works with a capacity not less than 50 percent of total capacity. or 

3. One similar completed work with a capacity not less than 80 percent of total capacity.

Financially, the bidder should have positive net-worth in any one year in the last three financial years. And should have a minimum annual average turnover of Rs 5 crore in the last three fiscals.

The timeline for the completion of work is 6 months from the date of issue of the work order.

ITI Solar Bangalore

It has been specified that the PV module must have a warranty of 25 years with not more than 20 percent degradation in performance/output over 25 years. And the module must have had 10 years free replacement guarantee against material defects or craftsmanship.

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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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