UPMRCL Invites Bids For Solar Rooftop E-Tenders For Kanpur Metro Project

Highlights :

  • Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation (UPMRCL) has floated an E-Tender to install and commission 1 MW of rooftop solar systems at the Kanpur metro project.
  • The last date for submitting the online bid is September 28, 2022, till 10:00 am. Bids will be opened on September 29, 2022, at 03:00 pm.

Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation (UPMRCL) has floated an E-Tender to install and commission 1 MW of rooftop solar systems at the Kanpur metro project. 

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The last date for submitting the online bid is September 28, 2022, till 10:00 am. Bids will be opened on September 29, 2022, at 03:00 pm. 

This MGVCL 42.8 MW solar tender includes the scope of work in design, engineering, supply, storage, civil work, erection of suitable structure, testing and commissioning of the 1.0MWp Rooftop Solar PV project including Operation and Comprehensive Maintenance (O&M) for 5 years of Kanpur metro project of UPMRCL.

The estimated total cost of the tender is Rs. 4 crores. Each interested bidder will have to pay Rs. 23,600/- (including 18% GST) as a tender / RFS document fee, which is non-refundable. 

Within 30 days of receiving the acceptance letter, the successful bidder must provide an amount equal to 3% of the contract’s total value. Each project’s size should fall between 10 kW and 400 kW or more, and each rooftop unit can independently connect to the grid and possibly have its own set of energy meters. 

The successful completion of one such project is worth more than Rs. 3.2 crore or 800 kW, two similar projects worth more than Rs. 2 crores or 500 kW, or three similar projects worth more than Rs. 1.6 crore or 400 kW is required of bidders.

To acquire this tender, the bidder must have a positive net worth in the last two financial years on the date of submission of the bid. The minimum average annual turnover of Rs. 6.4 crore in the preceding five financial years for consultancy work from the date of opening of the techno-commercial bid.

The project’s minimum capacity utilisation factor (CUF) of 12% shall be guaranteed by the winning bidder. Liquidated damages of 0.5% of the contract value per week of delay, up to a maximum of 10% of the contract value, shall be assessed if the contractor is unable to finish the job by the deadline. After the first ten years of the fully rated original output, the expected electrical degradation of the power generated should not be more than 10% and should not exceed 20% of the minimum rated power over the 25-year term.

Bidders can view/download the 1 MW solar power plant tender documents and technical specifications here.

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