The last date of bid submission is March 25, 2019.
The SS Khanna Girls Degree College, Prayagraj on behalf of the University of Allahabad has issued a tender, inviting bids from original equipment manufacturers having their own cell and module manufacturing plant in India to set up a 50 kW rooftop solar PV power plant in the college campus.
The brief scope of work for selected bidders will include the design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the grid integrated solar power plant system in different buildings of the campus. Along with this, the selected bidders will also need to provide a five-year warranty on the solar system.
Under the Make in India pattern, only companies who are original equipment manufacturers having their own cell and module manufacturing plant in India for rooftop grid-connected system need apply.
To be eligible, the company should have a consistent rating of “2B” or higher by CRISIL or equivalent rating by reputed standard rating agencies such as ICRA, CARE, and EITCH etc. for the last five years. And, the company’s solar business division should be in business for at least the last 10 Years.
The last date of bid submission is March 25, 2019, and tenders will be opened on March 27, 2019. The total estimated cost of the project is Rs 57 lakhs and all bidders must submit an Earnest Money Deposit of Rs 1.14 lakhs along with their bids.
The time allowed for carrying out the work will be one month from the day of issue of the work order or first date of handing over of the site, whichever is earlier.
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Recently, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has recently inaugurated a new on-grid solar system on the rooftops of its Senior Secondary School-Girls, Ajmal Khan Tibbiya College, Sarojini Naidu Hall, SN Hall, Women’s Polytechnic, Bibi Fatima Hall, Department of Computer Engineering, New Hall for Girls, Trauma Centre and Nadeem Tarin Hall.
The total capacity of solar plants in the campus now stands at 6.5 MWp. Of which nearly 4.8 MWp solar capacity plants have been operational on the campus for more than two years, while the university also houses a 3.3 MW ground-mounted solar plant.