Indian state-owned engineer Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited has invited bids from manufacturers able to supply 12 million multicrystalline silicon solar cells with a minimum 4.62 W output and at least 18.8% efficiency.
The publicly-owned manufacturer has specified the dimensions of the devices it requires and bidding closes on Friday. Although global suppliers are invited to participate, safeguarding duty will be applied on imported cells as required by Indian trade policy.
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