Coal India seeks bids for 4 MW of rooftop solar power
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Coal India seeks bids for 4 MW of rooftop solar power

The largest coal-producing division of Coal India, South Eastern Coalfields (SECL), has issued an RFP for the installation and commissioning of 4 MW of rooftop solar systems that are grid-connected at 14 separate sites under its control in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.

For five years, the project's operation and upkeep must be handled by the winning bidder.

The project is expected to cost Rs 195.57 million.

The deadline for proposal submissions is December 31, 2022. The opening date for bids is January 2, 2023.

The earnest money deposit amount is Rs 2.445 million and must be submitted by bidders.

After the letter of award is issued, the project must be finished in 180 days.

Bidders must have experience performing three works that are similar but cost no less than 20% of the project's estimated cost or two works that are comparable but cost no less than 25% of the project's estimated cost in order to participate in the process.

Alternately, they ought to have completed one similar job that cost at least 40% of the expected cost that was placed out to bid over the previous seven years.

Joint ventures could only participate if they submitted a bid for a project with a projected price of more than $50 million.

The largest coal-producing division of Coal India, South Eastern Coalfields (SECL), has issued an RFP for the installation and commissioning of 4 MW of rooftop solar systems that are grid-connected at 14 separate sites under its control in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.For five years, the project's operation and upkeep must be handled by the winning bidder.The project is expected to cost Rs 195.57 million.The deadline for proposal submissions is December 31, 2022. The opening date for bids is January 2, 2023.The earnest money deposit amount is Rs 2.445 million and must be submitted by bidders.After the letter of award is issued, the project must be finished in 180 days.Bidders must have experience performing three works that are similar but cost no less than 20% of the project's estimated cost or two works that are comparable but cost no less than 25% of the project's estimated cost in order to participate in the process.Alternately, they ought to have completed one similar job that cost at least 40% of the expected cost that was placed out to bid over the previous seven years.Joint ventures could only participate if they submitted a bid for a project with a projected price of more than $50 million.Also read: By 2030, India to produce 1.5 billion tonne of coal Rajasthan govt requests Chhattisgarh to make its coal blocks operational 

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