India: SECI opens bids for 150 MW floating solar power project


The government enterprise is calling for Requests for Selection (RfS) for the installation of the project, which will be developed on a Build-Own-Operate-Transfer (BOOT) basis at the Rihand Dam (also known as the Govind Ballabh Pant Sagar Reservoir) in Sonbhadra district. Bids close on May 31.

According to the RfS Document released by SECI, the project will comprise three systems totaling 50 MW each, which will be connected to an existing substation at Bina, 30 km from the Rihand Dam, at 132 kV level. The solar PV modules will be selected to suit the high humidity levels.

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