India’s SECI accepting bids for 1 GW of solar modules

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SECI has started accepting bids to supply 1 GWp of solar PV modules featuring India-made solar cells and modules.

The solar panels should come from the manufacturers listed in the ALMM list published by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE).

The total capacity of PV modules has been divided into two tranches of 500 MWp each. Manufacturers can bid for single packages of 500 MWp, or the entire capacity of 1 GWp.

The bidders must only offer one type of PV module (monocrystalline/thin-film) with the same dimensions, according to the MNRE.

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