Rajasthan Electronics and Instruments Limited (REIL) has announced that it has issued a tender to set up 270 electric vehicles (EVs) charging equipment across several locations in the country. The bid submission limit is March 15, 2019.
The range of work includes installing 70 normal AC chargers, 170 DC fast chargers, and 30 DC fast chargers with 100 kW charging stations in the cities of Ranchi, Bengaluru, Goa, Shimla, Hyderabad, Agra as well as on the Delhi-Jaipur-Agra and Mumbai-Pune highways.
The successful bidder will provide complete maintenance services for a period of five years from the date of installation. As per REIL, quarterly preventive maintenance of EV charging station will also be carried out by the bidders to safeguard satisfactory operation of the system.
REIL has made it compulsory for the bidders to open an authorized service center equipped with a qualified workforce and essential spares at all locations before the supply and installation of the EV charging system.
The successful bidders need to get the samples for the first lot to be type-tested under REIL supervision at an ARAI /NABL/ILAC-accredited third-party laboratory. The samples for such tests would be identified by REIL and cost of the sample and shipping has to be borne by the bidder.
During the contract duration, at bidder’s cost, REIL will also conduct additional type tests at ARAI- accredited laboratory to maintain its check on the supplied product. The random sample for such tests would be identified by REIL and can be from the manufacturing/supply chain or customer facility.
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