UPNEDA Issues Tender For Setting Up 5 kW Solar Systems at Government Inter Colleges

The last date of bid submission is March 13, 2019.

5 kW Solar UP

Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Development Agency (UPNEDA) has issued a tender inviting bids from prospective bidders for the rate contract for Solar PV Power Plants each capacity 05 kW in Government Inter Colleges situated in various Districts of Uttar Pradesh.

The brief scope of work for selected bidders will include the supply, installation (including wiring up to critical electrical loads) and commissioning with 5 years of comprehensive maintenance.

The last date of bid submission is March 13, 2019, and the technical bid opening has been scheduled for March 19, 2019, and the financial bid opening on March 22, 2019. All bidders must submit an Earnest Money Deposit of Rs 3,50,000 which is 1 percent of the estimated cost of the full project with 50 installations planned at Rs 3,50,00,000.

To be eligible, Cumulative Experience of the Bidder in executing contracts of Solar Photovoltaic Systems/Power plants (Installed & Commissioned) should be at least 25% of the tender value (Rs 0.87 crore). And, the overall average annual turnover of the bidder in the last three financial years should be at least Rs 1 crore.

A provision in the tender mandates the use of PV modules that are tested and approved from any of the MNRE Accredited Testing Calibration Laboratories. The supplier should provide performance guarantee for the PV modules used in the power plant must be warranted for their output peak watt capacity, which should not be less than 90% at the end of 12 years and 80% at the end of 25 years.

And additionally, only indigenously manufactured PV modules should be used in the project.

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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.