TSCL floated tender to install 2 MW AC ground-mounted solar project
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TSCL floated tender to install 2 MW AC ground-mounted solar project

Thanjavur Smart City Limited (TSCL) floated tender to install a 2 MW alternating current (AC) or 2.4 MW direct current (DC) ground-mounted solar project at Sirajudeen Nagar Sewage Water Treatment Plant in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu.

The deadline to submit the bids is December 29, and the technical bids will be opened on the same date.

The bidders will have to deposit Rs 1.43 million as an earnest money deposit in the form of a demand draft or bank guarantee. The winning bidder will have to submit 2% of the contract value as a performance bank guarantee in 14 days from the issue of the letter of intent (LoI).

The project work includes designing, supplying, engineering, procurement, packing, transportation, site development, construction, commissioning, installing, testing and erection of the solar system. The successful bidder will be responsible for operations and maintenance (O&M) for ten years. The solar power project will be funded and owned by TSCL.

The efficiency of the solar photovoltaic (PV) module should be more than 15.5% for multi-crystalline and 17% for mono-crystalline silicon-based modules with positive tolerance. The fill factor of the PV module should not be less than 72%, and the minimum module rating should be 335 W at standard temperature.

For participating in the bidding, the bidder should have installed and commissioned 1.5 MW or more grid-connected solar projects for central or state government, local body or public sectors. The participating bidders must be enlisted with the Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agency (TEDA).

The average annual turnover of the bidder should be Rs 100 million in the last three financial years, while in the solar sector, the annual turnover should be Rs 50 million in the previous financial year, with a positive net worth.

The solar power project has to be commissioned within 180 days from the date of issuing the letter of award.

Developers failing to commission the project on time must pay 0.10% per week of the value of the remaining work for the first 60 days and 0.15% per week for the next 50 days, to a maximum of 5% of the tender value.

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Thanjavur Smart City Limited (TSCL) floated tender to install a 2 MW alternating current (AC) or 2.4 MW direct current (DC) ground-mounted solar project at Sirajudeen Nagar Sewage Water Treatment Plant in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu. The deadline to submit the bids is December 29, and the technical bids will be opened on the same date. The bidders will have to deposit Rs 1.43 million as an earnest money deposit in the form of a demand draft or bank guarantee. The winning bidder will have to submit 2% of the contract value as a performance bank guarantee in 14 days from the issue of the letter of intent (LoI). The project work includes designing, supplying, engineering, procurement, packing, transportation, site development, construction, commissioning, installing, testing and erection of the solar system. The successful bidder will be responsible for operations and maintenance (O&M) for ten years. The solar power project will be funded and owned by TSCL. The efficiency of the solar photovoltaic (PV) module should be more than 15.5% for multi-crystalline and 17% for mono-crystalline silicon-based modules with positive tolerance. The fill factor of the PV module should not be less than 72%, and the minimum module rating should be 335 W at standard temperature. For participating in the bidding, the bidder should have installed and commissioned 1.5 MW or more grid-connected solar projects for central or state government, local body or public sectors. The participating bidders must be enlisted with the Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agency (TEDA). The average annual turnover of the bidder should be Rs 100 million in the last three financial years, while in the solar sector, the annual turnover should be Rs 50 million in the previous financial year, with a positive net worth. The solar power project has to be commissioned within 180 days from the date of issuing the letter of award. Developers failing to commission the project on time must pay 0.10% per week of the value of the remaining work for the first 60 days and 0.15% per week for the next 50 days, to a maximum of 5% of the tender value. Image Source Also read: REIL floats tender for SPV module mounting structures Also read: Anandpur Sahib Foundation floats tender for 1 MW rooftop solar plant

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