IOCL floats tender for a 1 MW solar project in Jaipur
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IOCL floats tender for a 1 MW solar project in Jaipur

Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL) has invited bids for a 1 MW grid-connected captive solar power project with the net metering facility at Rajasthan's Jaipur terminal.

The successful bidder will have to look after the operation and maintenance of the solar power project for four years.

The estimated cost of the project is Rs 46.07 million.

The last date to submit the bids for the project is July 11, 2022. Bids for the project will be opened on the following day.

The successful bidder will have to provide an amount of 3% of the work order value as a security deposit.

The solar modules presented should not degrade over 2.5% for the first year and not over 0.7% from the second year of its rated power. During the first ten years and the whole life span of 25 years, the solar modules should not degrade over 10% and 20% of their rated power, respectively.

If the project is not started on time, the contractor will have to pay a 0.5% penalty per week of delay or part thereof, subject to a 10% maximum.

The contractor should guarantee the successful applicability of the net-metering facility as per the technical needs. Under standard testing conditions, the peak power rating of the solar modules should not be less than 330 Watt (W), and the efficiency of the solar modules should not be less than 17.5%.

The solar modules should perform well in relative humidity up to 90% with working temperatures ranging in between -10°C and +85°C and resist wind speed on the panel’s surface per site-specific needs.

The solar module frame should be created of anodised aluminium or corrosion-resistant material frame, which should be electrolytically compatible with the structural material utilised for mounting the modules with an adequate number of grounding installations. The anodising thickness of the solar module should be 15 microns or more.

Each module utilised in the solar power project must be warranted for its output peak watt capacity, which should not be less than 90% at the 10-year-end and 80% at the 25-year end from the fulfilment of the trial run. IOCL invited bids for the annual operation and maintenance of 1.001 MW distributed solar systems installed at the Paradip refinery and township in Odisha recently.

Earlier, IOCL had invited bids for the Engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) of a grid-connected captive solar project of 1.2 MW capacity with a net metering facility at its LPG bottling plant at Sanand in the Ahmedabad district.

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Also read: Indian Oil issues tender for a 2.25 MW solar project

Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL) has invited bids for a 1 MW grid-connected captive solar power project with the net metering facility at Rajasthan's Jaipur terminal. The successful bidder will have to look after the operation and maintenance of the solar power project for four years. The estimated cost of the project is Rs 46.07 million. The last date to submit the bids for the project is July 11, 2022. Bids for the project will be opened on the following day. The successful bidder will have to provide an amount of 3% of the work order value as a security deposit. The solar modules presented should not degrade over 2.5% for the first year and not over 0.7% from the second year of its rated power. During the first ten years and the whole life span of 25 years, the solar modules should not degrade over 10% and 20% of their rated power, respectively. If the project is not started on time, the contractor will have to pay a 0.5% penalty per week of delay or part thereof, subject to a 10% maximum. The contractor should guarantee the successful applicability of the net-metering facility as per the technical needs. Under standard testing conditions, the peak power rating of the solar modules should not be less than 330 Watt (W), and the efficiency of the solar modules should not be less than 17.5%. The solar modules should perform well in relative humidity up to 90% with working temperatures ranging in between -10°C and +85°C and resist wind speed on the panel’s surface per site-specific needs. The solar module frame should be created of anodised aluminium or corrosion-resistant material frame, which should be electrolytically compatible with the structural material utilised for mounting the modules with an adequate number of grounding installations. The anodising thickness of the solar module should be 15 microns or more. Each module utilised in the solar power project must be warranted for its output peak watt capacity, which should not be less than 90% at the 10-year-end and 80% at the 25-year end from the fulfilment of the trial run. IOCL invited bids for the annual operation and maintenance of 1.001 MW distributed solar systems installed at the Paradip refinery and township in Odisha recently. Earlier, IOCL had invited bids for the Engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) of a grid-connected captive solar project of 1.2 MW capacity with a net metering facility at its LPG bottling plant at Sanand in the Ahmedabad district. Image Source Also read: Indian Oil issues tender for a 2.25 MW solar project

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