The selected bidders will be responsible for the obtaining, installation and commissioning of the house held solar lighting system in all the village households. The selected vendors will have a period of 60 days to complete the delivery of all required items in the tender
February 05, 2020. By News Bureau
Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) has announced that it has issued a tender, appealing bids from eligible firms for the commissioning of 1500 house held solar lights units for project affected villages of Ursu, Binglat, Honhe, Kumarangkala and Kumrang Khurd under the Amprapali OCP under CSR Scheme.
The selected bidders will be responsible for the obtaining, installation and commissioning of the house held solar lighting system in all the village households. The selected vendors will have a period of 60 days to complete the delivery of all required items in the tender.
The last date for bid submission is February 26, 2019, and the techno-commercial bids will be opened on the following date i.e. February 27, 2019.
The estimated cost of the project is Rs 1.58 crore (Rs 1,58,52,375), and all the bidders must submit an Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) of Rs 3.17 lakh along with their bids. However, State/ Central Government Organizations/ PSU, NSIC registered firms, ancillary units of CCL and Micro /Small Enterprises will be exempted from payment of EMD.
The scope of work for the selected bidders will include the design engineering, supply, construction, erection, testing, commissioning including five years’ operation and maintenance (O&M) work and annual maintenance contract (AMC) of critical equipment for a period of 10 years of the Solar PV plant on turnkey basis. The developers will have a period of 270 days for the completion of work on the project.
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