India's solar energy corporation (SECI) has announced bids for two 1.5-megawatt solar power projects, each with 0.75 megawatt hours and 2.5 megawatt hours of battery storage installed in jammu and Kashmir.
The tender was issued by the Indian military engineering services company (MES) for the design, engineering, supply, construction, installation, testing and commissioning of two solar and storage projects in tuns and debok in ladakrish.It will also include 10 years of operations and maintenance (O&M) services.
MES provides technical support to the Indian military.Its temperature range for project deployment locations - 30 ° to 30 ° C, C altitude of about 3000 meters above sea level.
According to the bidding document, the deployment of the battery storage system will interconnect with the local distribution network and achieve maximum flexibility in voltage, frequency, phase imbalance and protection requirements.
The two tenders will be awarded to a single contractor whose tender deadline is August 23, 2018.Recently, India's Raasi Group and two research institutes agreed to open the first lithium-ion battery manufacturing plant.At the same time, wind and solar projects will allow the deployment of any type of energy storage product under the government's recently announced new hybrid energy policy.