Tender for 1.2 GW Solar Park declared by Consultancy Services Tender in Uttar Pradesh

The last date for submission of bids is 16 November 2020.

Uttar Pradesh (Natural Energy News): Bundelkhand Saur Urja Limited (BSUL), a joint venture of NHPC Limited and Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Development Agency (UPNEDA), has issued a tender for consultants to prepare a detailed project report (DPR) for the 1.2 GW solar park in Jalaun, Uttar Pradesh.

Interested bidders are expected to make an earnest deposit (EMD) of idd 760,000 (~ $ 10,223). The last date for submission of bids is 16 November 2020.

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The scope of work includes preparing feasibility reports, a detailed project report, providing basic and detailed engineering services, conducting wind and solar resource assessments, estimating energy yields and optimizing plot sizing and layout as an owner engineer Is included.

To be eligible to participate in the competitive bidding process, applicants must have prior experience providing consulting services to develop a renewable energy park. The size of a solar, wind or solar-wind hybrid park should be at least 500 MW.

He too must have been a consultant for the same work of at least 1 GW in the last five years. They are also expected to have an average annual turnover of at least (50 million (~ $ 672,604)) with an aggregate earnings of at least 10% of this amount in the last three financial years.

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Last year, UPNEDA granted a proposal for the investment of 500 MW of power from grid-connected solar PV projects. However, the understandings to the tender were 268 MW. The lack of adequate clearance facilities in the Bundelkhand region could be a reason for lack of interest from the developers.

More recently, NHPC Limited issued a tender for engineering, procurement and construction of 65 MW solar projects at Parsan village in Jalaun district, Uttar Pradesh.

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