Maharashtra Releases Tender For Solar Projects worth 184 MW for Agricultural Feeders

The Maharashtra State Power Generation Company Limited (MAHAGENCO) has announced that it has released a tender inviting online bids for the development of 184 MW of grid-interactive solar PV power plants at several locations in the state.

The successful bidder will also have to deliver operations and maintenance (O&M) for 25 years. The solar project will be developed on a public-private partnership (PPP) basis and gratify to the agricultural (AG) feeder load of numerous substations in Maharashtra.

The company had formerly drawn two tenders for grid-connected solar projects of 50 MW each totaling a 100 MW to be developed in the western region of Maharashtra. To be developed under the public-private partnership, the solar projects provide power to the agricultural needs of the several sub-stations in the region.

The last date for bid submission is April 16, 2019.

In February, the power company had released a related tender for selection of solar power developers (SPDs) for the deployment of 138 MW cumulative capacity of grid-connected solar PV power projects at many locations in the vicinity of the power stations of the Maharashtra State Power Generation Company (MSPGGCL).

The projects are to be developed under a public-private partnership and will supply power under a power purchase agreement (PPA) of 25 years.

Solar PV | News published on 13/03/2019 by Moulin

 
 
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