EXIM Bank invites bids for 100 MW solar project in Bangladesh
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EXIM Bank invites bids for 100 MW solar project in Bangladesh

The Export-Import Bank of India (EXIM Bank) has invited bids from Indian engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractors for a solar project of 100 MW capacity at Madarganj in Bangladesh's Jamalpur district.

The project must be finished within 24 months from obtaining the work order.

The last day for bid submission is July 6, 2022. Bids will be opened on the same day for the project.

Bidders must pay a non-refundable bid processing fee of Rs 50,000.

Exim Bank of India has sanctioned the financing of a project out of a line of credit (LOC) extended to the Government of Bangladesh to fund developmental projects. A part of the line of credit will be utilised to build the 100 MW solar project.

The scope of work comprises EPC of 100 MW solar project and its facilities, including 33/132 kV substation, drainage system, water supply system, internal road, and fire-fighting system. The scope of work also includes land development, construction of 6.5 kilometres embankment around the project, installation testing and commissioning of the project, site preparation, and quality control and site reviews.

Two EPC contractors will be selected for two separate agreements. The first deal is for the EPC of the 100 MW solar project and its facilities, including land development and embankment construction around the project boundary, landfill, and preliminary site preparations, sub-station, including levelling, consolidation, grading, and essential compaction of land. These works will be financed by the line of credit proposed by India.

The second agreement is for the EPC of a 132 kV double circuit transmission line at the Ghatail grid substation, which is 50 km from the battery limit of the in-project switchyard up to the interconnection point. This includes the entire work of bay extension and hooking up on both ends. The government of Bangladesh will fund this agreement.

In the last seven years, bidders must have finished three similar works of $53 million each or 40 MW each, two similar works of $66 million each or 50 MW each, and one similar work of $105 million or 80 MW.

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Also read: Adani Green commissions wind-solar hybrid project in Jaisalmer

The Export-Import Bank of India (EXIM Bank) has invited bids from Indian engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractors for a solar project of 100 MW capacity at Madarganj in Bangladesh's Jamalpur district. The project must be finished within 24 months from obtaining the work order. The last day for bid submission is July 6, 2022. Bids will be opened on the same day for the project. Bidders must pay a non-refundable bid processing fee of Rs 50,000. Exim Bank of India has sanctioned the financing of a project out of a line of credit (LOC) extended to the Government of Bangladesh to fund developmental projects. A part of the line of credit will be utilised to build the 100 MW solar project. The scope of work comprises EPC of 100 MW solar project and its facilities, including 33/132 kV substation, drainage system, water supply system, internal road, and fire-fighting system. The scope of work also includes land development, construction of 6.5 kilometres embankment around the project, installation testing and commissioning of the project, site preparation, and quality control and site reviews. Two EPC contractors will be selected for two separate agreements. The first deal is for the EPC of the 100 MW solar project and its facilities, including land development and embankment construction around the project boundary, landfill, and preliminary site preparations, sub-station, including levelling, consolidation, grading, and essential compaction of land. These works will be financed by the line of credit proposed by India. The second agreement is for the EPC of a 132 kV double circuit transmission line at the Ghatail grid substation, which is 50 km from the battery limit of the in-project switchyard up to the interconnection point. This includes the entire work of bay extension and hooking up on both ends. The government of Bangladesh will fund this agreement. In the last seven years, bidders must have finished three similar works of $53 million each or 40 MW each, two similar works of $66 million each or 50 MW each, and one similar work of $105 million or 80 MW. Image Source Also read: Adani Green commissions wind-solar hybrid project in Jaisalmer

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