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Extension for “NIT for and behalf of THDCIL for 50 MW(AC) Solar PV Power Plant at Kasargod Sola

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SECI has entered into an MOU with THDCIL to act as a Project Management Consultant for the delverlopment THDCIL’s 250 MW Solar PV Project. Subsequent to the signing of MOU; KSEBL, THDCIL and SECI has entererd into a Tripartite Agreement for the delvopment of the intial 50 MW Solar PV Project of the THDCIL in the 200 MW Solar Park being developmed in ths state of Kerala. During the joint site visit by the KSEBL, THDCIL and SECI; land at Manjeswar (Kasaragod) has been indentified. Recently we have received marking for the land from Renweable Power Corproation of Kerala Limited. Solar Energy Corporation of India Limited (SECI) on behalf of THDC India Limited (THDCIL), SECI, invites online bids from eligible bidders on Single stage – Two envelop bid system in the prescribed forms and formats, for setting up of 50 MW (AC) Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant at Manjeswar (Kasaragod), Kasargod Solar Park in the state of Kerala (India), on turnkey basis and thereafter comprehensive Operation & Maintenance for 10 years of the Plant, as per the Scope of Work mentioned hereinafter. A qualified bidder needs to set up the total capacity of 50 MW (AC) power plant at the designated location. The last date of bid submission has been extended to 14:30 hrs, 26th August, 2016.

Solar PV | News published on 11 / 08 / 2016 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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