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HIMURJA Tender for 216 rooftop solar power plants – 2 KW each

HIMURJA – Himachal Pradesh Energy Development Authority has released a tender for Supply, Installation & Commissioning  of 2 kWp SPV Power Plants in 216 locations across the state. This is for the state Police Department and the Solar Power Packs will be installed at various police stations across the state. Some of the key highlights of the tender: All the firms who are the Channel Partners for SPV Programme accredited by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy sources, GOI or Credit Rating (from MNRE Accredited Rating Agency) of “SP 2C” & above under the Off Grid and Decentralized programme under JNNSM programme are eligible for tendering. The firms must have experience of installation and commissioning of SPV Power Plant up to total aggregate capacity of 100 Kwp in the Off grid Programme. The annual turnover of the firm should be Rs 8 crores for the each preceding three years i.e. 2010-2011, 2011-12 & 2012-13. Time of execution – Material to be supplied within 4 months of awarding the contract and …

Diwali Wishes

We wish all our readers and subscribers a very Happy and Prosperous Diwali. Hope you have a successful year ahead. Thank you for your continued support and feedback. From all of us at EfficientCarbon.

REC Trading in October’13

October trading session was quite active with both Non-Solar and Solar REC witnessing a boost in trading. The number of Non-Solar Buy-bids increased two-fold as compared to last month. Solar REC Buy-bids also continued to increase as compared to last month with the clearing price still remaining at the floor price – Rs. 9300. The table below summarizes the trading for October on each of the Power Exchanges – IEX and PXIL Here are a few numbers and graphs with respect to Solar and Non-Solar REC trading in October. Non-Solar REC trading: The demand for non-solar RECs increased this month by 202.3% as compared to the previous month. As is the trend, all the Buy Bids (150640) were cleared. This resulted in a Trading Value of Rs.22.59 Crores. Clearing Price stood at the usual Rs.1500 owing to oversupply. The graph below shows the trends in Buy Bids, Sell Bids, Traded Volume and Clearing Price for the last 3 months. Solar REC Trading: This month, supply of solar RECs was 7.34 …

MNRE – RfS for setting up 750 MW Solar PV Projects

After releasing the final set of guidelines, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has released an RfS with details about setting up 750 MW grid connected solar photo voltaic projects under JNNSM Phase II Batch I. Given below are some of the important points from this document. Capacity: Total – 750 MW, divided into Part A and Part B Domestic Content Requirement (DCR) – for projects to be implemented with DCR, both the solar cells and modules used in these projects must be made in India Bidders can apply for Projects either under Part A (DCR) – 375 MW or Part B (Open) – 375 MW or for both Part A & Part B Minimum capacity of each project – 10 MW and maximum capacity – 50 MW Bidding process: First step – Techno-Commercial evaluation Second step – Financial bid (VGF requirement) evaluation VGF Securitization Agreement: SECI will finalize the appropriate mechanism for securitization of VGF in line with the Government’s guidelines and upload the same soon on …

Temporary slowdown in India’s Grid-Connected Solar industry

This year began with a promising note for the solar industry – policies were introduced and finalized and biddings of the capacity 2945 MW were to be conducted. Details of various state solar tenders are provided in the table below. However as the year progressed the deadlines for these tenders got extended and resulted in a temporary slowdown of the solar industry. A very prominent reason for this slowdown is the much awaited and delayed 750 MW solar PV bidding for Viability Gap Funding under JNNSM Phase-II, Batch- I. The very first draft guidelines for this were announced as early as in April which created a buzz in the industry and at the same time speculation about the Domestic Content Requirements (DCR) involved. In May the methodology draft was introduced and according to this the total capacity would be split up into Part A and Part B projects with DCR being a criteria for Part B projects. This led to further speculation about the capacity of Part B projects and …

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