Tender For Recall Of Quotation 1.00 1Kv Hybrid Renewable Energy System With 500 Watts Solar Panels And 500 Watts Wind Equipment Hybrid Off-Grid System With Required Accessories, Hardware, Inverter, Charge Controller And Without Battery. 2.00 Solar Gel Maintenance Battery 12V 100Ah, C10 Rating. => Limited Tender
Location: Gujarat – India
|Tender No.||: 3004/80/E3|
|Publish Date||: 29/01/2018|
|Last Date of Bid Submission||: 03/02/2018|
|Tender Opening Date||: 05/02/2018|
SECI tenders 160 MW hybrid energy storage project in Andhra Pradesh
Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) Ltd has released a tender for the large-scale Solar-Wind Hybrid Power Plant(s) project, with energy storage solution, with a cumulative capacity of about 160 MW.
The project site is tentatively identified in Ramagiri district of the State of Andhra Pradesh.
Common facilities/shared infrastructure for the project will be provided by New and Renewable Energy Development Corporation of Andhra Pradesh (NREDCAP), while transmission evacuation facilities will be provided by Andhra Pradesh Transmission Company Limited (AP Transco)
(MNRE) The ministry of new and renewable energy has proposed internal rate of return (IRR) of major renewable energy projects to be in the range of 9-11 per cent. The assumptions are based on zero government incentives, reflecting return rates in a no-subsidy scenario, it said in a
The estimates are based on the assumption of 10.5 per cent cost of debt and 34.61 per cent income tax rate for all types of renewable projects. The capacity utilisation factor for wind, utility-scale solar and small hydro projects were set at 25 per cent, 20 per cent and 40 per cent, respectively. The capital cost (per MW), in the same order of generation source, was seen as Rs 5.9 crore, Rs 4.1 crore and Rs 9.5 crore. The average tariffs (per unit) were Rs 4, Rs 3 and Rs 4.3 respectively.
Even though the analysis did not consider market risks such as payment delays or curtailment which regularly afflict renewable power generators, it acknowledged that realisation of these risks in the operation phase would lead to a reduction in financial rate of return (FRR). IRR has been used as the financial rate of return (FRR) in the study. MNRE has asked stakeholders to send their feedback on the draft by 15 February 2018.