Eastern Railways Opens Bids for 1.125 MW Rooftop Solar Project in Howrah
Bidders have until January 1, 2024, to submit their proposals, with the bids set to be opened on the same day.
December 12, 2023. By Abha Rustagi
Bidders have until January 1, 2024, to submit their proposals, with the bids set to be opened on the same day. This new project comes as an addition to the recently retendered 2.2 MW rooftop solar project.
The scope of the project encompasses the installation, testing, and commissioning of solar modules across various locations, including building rooftops, station platform sheds, coaching yards, workshops, and associated infrastructure.
The essential components included in the project are a monkey ladder for maintenance access, a lightning arrester, and a suitable earthing arrangement. These elements emphasize the railway's focus on safety and sustainability in the implementation of the solar power initiative.
Bidders are required to provide an earnest money deposit (EMD) of INR 407,200. The anticipated completion timeline for the project is six months from the commencement date.
The estimated cost of the 1.125 MW rooftop solar project is INR 51.4 million, aligning with the railway's strategic investment in renewable energy infrastructure.
As the railway sector embraces cleaner and greener alternatives, this initiative marks a significant step towards a more sustainable and environmentally conscious future for Eastern Railway's Howrah Division.
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