NISE issues tender for setting up solar PV module testing facilities

The National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) has issued a tender to set up an ignitability test facility for solar PV modules at its premises in Gurugram, Haryana. The scope of work includes the design, development, supply, installation, and commissioning of the testing facilities for solar PV modules. The test lab will have to be set up within six months from the date of issue of confirmed work order and the module tests will be conducted as per IEC 61730-2:2016 (MST 24).

As per tender guidelines, the systems and spares supplied to NISE should be covered by the standard terms of warranty for manufacturing defects or performance. The warranty will be applicable for a 24 month period from the date of installation or 30 months from the date of delivery, whichever is earlier. During this period, the project developer will also provide emergency call services, inspect and clean necessary systems and equipment, adjust machinery, replace defective parts, etc within 24 hours of communication.

All charges such as transportation or shipping, packing, insurance, unpacking, loading, unloading, labor, and managerial works incurred in carrying out project execution will have to be borne by the bidder and the related costs shall be included in the contract price. The bid-submission deadline is July 20, 2018.

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