Central Electronics Limited tenders 147 MW of decentralized solar in Maharashtra – pv magazine India Leave a comment

Central Electronics Limited (CEL) has invited bids to set up a cumulative 147 MW of grid-interactive decentralized solar capacity in the Indian State of Maharashtra on a turnkey basis. The decentralized solar power generating systems, ranging from 2 MW to 10 MW (AC), shall come up at substations in various locations of the State.

The requisite land for implementation of the proposed solar PV power plants at different sub-stations will be provided to the successful bidders. 

The scope of work includes site surveys, design and engineering, procurement and supply of equipment and materials, installation, testing, and commissioning of the solar systems, and performance demonstration with associated equipment and materials along with associated transmission system up to 11 kV or 22 kV at designated substations. The installer shall also provide comprehensive operation and maintenance support to the plant for 12 years.

Only crystalline silicon-based PV modules are allowed for the projects. Each of the modules shall be rated for a peak output of a minimum of 330 watts with 72 cells. The efficiency of the PV modules should be a minimum of 16% and the fill factor should be more than 75%. 

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