PPC Renewables S.A., a Greece-based renewable vitality firm, has floated a young for 50 MW of photo voltaic photovoltaic (PV) initiatives.
The final date for the submission of bids is September 30, 2020.
In keeping with the tender doc, the estimated worth of the challenge is €30.72 million (~$36.36 million). bidders are anticipated to pay an earnest cash deposit of €614,500 (~$727,721).
The tender is for 2 photo voltaic PV initiatives, one in every of 39 MW and the opposite of 11 MW.
The scope of labor contains planning, design, provide, civil engineering works, transportation, and operation of each the photo voltaic initiatives and one 33kV/150kV out of doors substation.
To be eligible to participate within the aggressive bidding course of, candidates ought to have carried out not less than one 30 MW of photo voltaic challenge within the final ten monetary years for the 39 MW of photo voltaic challenge. Candidates will need to have carried out not less than one four MW of photo voltaic challenge within the final ten monetary years for the 11 MW challenge. Candidates ought to have constructed not less than two MT/HV substations with a rated excessive voltage (HV) of not less than 150kV and M/S energy greater than 40/50 Mega Volt Ampere within the final 5 calendar years to be eligible to bid for the out of doors substation challenge.
The tender doc said that candidates will need to have a median turnover of not lower than 30% of the full worth of the challenge within the final three years.
Arkadikos Ilios I S.A. and Arkadikos Ilios II S.A., wholly-owned subsidiaries of PPC Renewables S.A., would be the contracting entities for all initiatives. Each initiatives with a cumulative capability of 50 MW will probably be located at Megales Lakkes within the municipality of Megalopolis, Greece.
In keeping with the Hellenic Affiliation of Photovoltaic Corporations (HELAPCO), Greece had a 160 MW of latest photo voltaic put in capability in 2019, and cumulative installations stood at 2.eight GW on the finish of 2019. HELAPCO is a Greece-based non-profit group, which represents the PV corporations in Greece.
Mercom earlier reported that the Authorities of India had entered right into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to cooperate within the discipline of renewable vitality with Greece. The MoU was signed by the Exterior Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj and her counterpart Nikos Kotzias throughout the latter’s go to to New Delhi in November 2017.