India’s SECI accepts bids for 1 GW solar modules



Solar Energy Corp. of India (SECI) has started accepting bids from solar cell manufacturers to supply 1 GW of solar modules built with domestically manufactured solar cells. The draw ends on August 17.

SECI has started accepting bids to supply 1 GWp of PV modules with solar cells and modules made in India.

The solar panels must come from the manufacturers listed in the ALMM list published by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE).

The total capacity of the PV modules is divided into two batches of 500 MWp. Manufacturers can bid for individual packages of 500 MWp or the entire capacity of 1 GWp.

Bidders must offer only one type of PV module (monocrystalline/thin film) with the same dimensions. MNRE.

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