India’s SECI offers a 100 MW floating solar power plant



Solar Energy Corp. of India (SECI) has started accepting global bids for the construction of a 100 MW (AC) floating solar project in the Indian state of Jharkhand. The draw ends on May 2.

SECI has floated a tender to construct a 100 MW (AC) floating solar power project at Getalsud Dam, Ranchi district in Jharkhand.

The contract covers the design, delivery, construction and commissioning of the floating solar project, as well as the operation and maintenance of the facility for 10 years. The project must be commissioned within 18 months of signing the contract.

SECI has already secured funding from the World Bank. Potential bidders have until May 2 to submit their proposals.

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