5 MW Floating Solar Project Tendered in Murshidabad, WB

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The West Bengal Power Development Corporation Limited (WBPDCL) has tendered a 5 MW, grid-connected floating solar photovoltaic (PV) project to be developed in the district of Murshidabad.

The project is set to be developed on Raw Water Pond Number 3 of the Sagardighi Thermal Power Project (SgTPP) on a turnkey basis. The successful bidder will have to provide operation and maintenance services for five years as well as a warranty. The project cost is estimated at ₹348.4 million and the project completion timeframe is 180 days from the date of contract award.

WBPDCL will soon come out with another 5 MW floating solar PV tender for the Santhaldih Thermal Power Station in the Purulia district.Currently West Bengal is one of the least developed solar states in India with an installed large-scale solar capacity of a mere 57 MW and a project pipeline of 45 MW.

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