London published a tender for the installation of solar energy at the Olympic stadium



The City of London has launched a tender to install a £3m ($3.81m) solar system at London’s Olympic Stadium, which will feature an unspecified PV array.

According to the company, the project requires an investment of 3 million pounds excluding value added tax (VAT).

“The procurement authority acquires and leases the rooftop solar solution contract through a two-stage negotiation procedure,” the tender document says. “The contract includes a maintenance contract for the solar solution for up to 25 years.”

Interested developers can submit their proposals until July 24.

Stadium owner London Legacy Development Corp. (LLDC) announced the project in February. It said it would have an unspecified “sunscreen”.

A document from the Mayor of London’s clerk says the solar film should be able to produce 3 million kWh per year.

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