NVVN Issues Tender for 1.3 MW Rooftop Solar Systems at Goa Shipyard
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NVVN Issues Tender for 1.3 MW Rooftop Solar Systems at Goa Shipyard

NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam (NVVN), a wholly owned subsidiary of NTPC, has issued a tender for the installation of grid-connected rooftop solar systems totalling 1.3 MW on various buildings of the Goa Shipyard. The deadline for bid submissions is July 24, 2024, with bids scheduled to be opened the following day.

The scope of the project encompasses designing, engineering, supplying, installing, testing, and commissioning solar systems of varying capacities. These systems will connect to existing mains/ACDB and integrate internal electrical loads with the project licensee?s network/electrical loads.

Bidders are required to maintain and operate the project for a period of ten years and provide a bid security amounting to Rs 1 million.

Participants must demonstrate an average annual turnover of at least Rs 51.5 million over the past three financial years. Alternatively, if this turnover criterion isn't met, the parent company may qualify provided its net worth equals or exceeds its paid-up share capital as of the previous financial year's end.

Only Class-I and Class-II local suppliers are eligible to bid, utilizing solar modules from the Approved Models and Manufacturers of Solar Photovoltaic Modules.

Bidders' net worth as of the last day of the previous financial year should not be less than 100% of their paid-up share capital.

Recently, NVVN called for bids to develop ground-mounted and rooftop solar photovoltaic projects totalling 12.82 MW across various locations in India.

NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam (NVVN), a wholly owned subsidiary of NTPC, has issued a tender for the installation of grid-connected rooftop solar systems totalling 1.3 MW on various buildings of the Goa Shipyard. The deadline for bid submissions is July 24, 2024, with bids scheduled to be opened the following day. The scope of the project encompasses designing, engineering, supplying, installing, testing, and commissioning solar systems of varying capacities. These systems will connect to existing mains/ACDB and integrate internal electrical loads with the project licensee?s network/electrical loads. Bidders are required to maintain and operate the project for a period of ten years and provide a bid security amounting to Rs 1 million. Participants must demonstrate an average annual turnover of at least Rs 51.5 million over the past three financial years. Alternatively, if this turnover criterion isn't met, the parent company may qualify provided its net worth equals or exceeds its paid-up share capital as of the previous financial year's end. Only Class-I and Class-II local suppliers are eligible to bid, utilizing solar modules from the Approved Models and Manufacturers of Solar Photovoltaic Modules. Bidders' net worth as of the last day of the previous financial year should not be less than 100% of their paid-up share capital. Recently, NVVN called for bids to develop ground-mounted and rooftop solar photovoltaic projects totalling 12.82 MW across various locations in India.

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