NSPCL invites bids for EPC on 25MW West Bengal solar project

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The project, under open category, will be located near the Kulti Steel Plant in the Paschim Bardhaman district. Credit: Steel Authority of India

NTPC-SAIL Power Company (NSPCL), a joint venture between Indian utility NTPC and the Steel Authority of India, have invited bids for EPC on a 25MW solar project in West Bengal, India.

The project, under open category, will be located near the Kulti Steel Plant in the Paschim Bardhaman district.

Bidding will take place via a reverse auction process. Along with EPC requirments, the winning player will provide O&M services for five years after commissioning.

The deadline for techno-commercial bidding is 22 December this year.

Earlier this month, NSPCL also issued a tender for EPC services on a 7MW solar project at the Bhilai Steel Plant, in Durg District, in the state of Chhattisgarh, under open category.

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