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
March 13, 2019. By News Bureau
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.
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