MEDA Issues Tender For Rooftop Solar Systems With Battery Backup

The last date of bid submission is March 06, 2019.

MEDA Tender Rooftop Solar

The Maharashtra Energy Development Agency (MEDA) has issued a tender inviting bids for setting up of total 10 kW of grid-connected rooftop solar PV power plant with battery backup under rooftop net metering at five Anganwadi of Buldhana district in the state.

The brief scope of work for selected bidders will include the Design, Fabrication, Supply, Installation, Testing, Commissioning and Operation & Maintenance for a period of 5 years, of total 10 kW capacity (2 KW at each Anganwadi) solar systems on a turnkey contract basis.

The last date of bid submission is March 06, 2019, and the bids will be opened onMarch 07, 2019. A pre-bid meeting has been scheduled for March 02, 2019 to address the concerns raised by the prospective bidders.

The estimated cost of the project including 5 years of comprehensive operation and maintenance is Rs 10 lakhs, and all bidders are required to submit an Earnest Money Deposit of Rs 10 thousand along with their bids. Project developers will have to complete the work on the rooftop solar projects in a period of 30 days from the date of receipt of the work order.

To be eligible, the bidder should have installed & commissioned 25 kW capacity (single or cumulative) Grid-connected rooftop net metering systems with battery backup or without battery backup. 

And, must have an annual turnover of minimum Rs 50 lakhs during the last three years.

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Recently, PWD of Amravati had issued a tender to set up cumulative 5 MW of solar capacity rooftop projects at various places distributed in 12 electrical divisions in different districts of Maharashtra.

The last date of bid submission on the first tender was March 04, 2019, and the technical and financial bids will be opened on March 06, 2019.

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Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at 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