India’s NTPC invites bids for three solar projects amounting to 102MW capacity

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State-run Indian utility NTPC has issued an invitation for bids for EPC work on three separate solar projects in Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka.

The first is for the development of the 65MW Kawas solar project in the state of Gujarat, with a deadline for submissions on 11 July.

The second is for a 22MW solar project at Auraiya in Uttar Pradesh, with a deadline on 18 July.

The third is a 15MW project at NTPC-Kayamkulam in kerala, with a deadline on 16 July.

All the projects are under open category in terms of module procurement, will require three years of O&M provision and will be developed on a turnkey basis.

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