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List of successful bidders – SECI – Grid connected Rooftop Solar PV Phase II

by Harini

The list of successful bidders for Solar Energy Corporation of India’s (SECI) second RFS for allocation of Rooftop Solar PV projects in selected cities has been released on SECI’s website. According to the bid document, 30th May was the date of techno commercial bid opening .

As per the RFS released earlier in May, this allocation is for an aggregate capacity of 11.1 MW (±20%) grid connected rooftop solar PV plants in six cities – Bhubaneshwar/Cuttack, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Noida/Greater Noida and Raipur/ Naya Raipur. Selection of bidders is based on the final project cost offered in Rs./Wp basis with an upper limit on project cost at Rs. 90/ Wp. SECI will provide 30% of the project cost as subsidy which will be released in three installments. More information on this RFS document is available here.

The total capacity allocated to the successful bidders is 11.3 MW as per the list published online. Azure Power quoted the lowest price – Rs.58/Wp in Noida/ Greater Noida and they have been allocated capacities in three cities – 500 kWp in Hyderabad,  1000 kWp in Jaipur and 500kWp in Noida/ Greater Noida. Given below is the complete list of successful bidders in the six cities as published on SECI’s website.

SECI_Phase-II_List of Successful Bidders

Following the issuance of Letters of Allocation (LOA), these successful bidders will have 3 months time to identify rooftops and submit project sanction documents for their allocated capacity. After this they have 6 months time for commissioning of the project(s) from their date of sanction of projects.

The original document containing the list of successful bidders can be downloaded here.

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