The scope of work for the nominated bidders will include the survey, planning, design, engineering, manufacturing, testing, insurance, supply, installation, and commissioning of the BESS projects along with comprehensive maintenance under an AMC on turnkey basis
August 12, 2020. By News Bureau
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has announced that it has released a tender, appealing bids from eligible firms for setting up of 410 kWh Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) for The Energy Resources Institute (TERI) at 3 sites in Delhi.
The scope of work for the nominated bidders will include the survey, planning, design, engineering, manufacturing, testing, insurance, supply, installation and commissioning of the BESS projects along with comprehensive maintenance under an AMC on turnkey basis. The bidders will be totally responsible for the desired performance of the offered BESS systems.
To be eligible, the bidders should have a minimum of two years of experience in executing contracts of grid-interactive BESS (viz supplied /commissioned /running) across the globe in the last five years. And, the bidders should have installed and operationalized the grid-interactive battery energy storage system(s) of cumulative installed capacity of 125 kW for 2 hours or higher, out of which at least one grid-interactive BESS should be of 30 kW for 2 hours’ capacity or, higher (in India or abroad).
Under the UI-ASSIST initiative, TERI in-association with BRPL (BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd) conducted a detailed feasibility study within the BRPL licensee area in the NCT of Delhi and has identified few selected locations to demonstrate operational use cases of grid-scale BESS on pilot-basis.
The details of BESS application(s) and size for specified locations are:
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