Competitive bidding opens for 60 solar power plants of 1MW eachMarch 20, 2017, 7:47 pm
As the second phase of the public power-generating programme ‘Surya Bala Sangramaya’ (SBS) launched by President Maithripala Sirisena, the Ceylon Electricity Board together with the Ministry of Power & Renewable Energy of Sri Lanka, has now opened international competitive bidding by announcing the Request for Proposals (RFP) for the establishment of 60 solar power plants of 1MW each on build, own and operate (BOO) basis across the country.
JLanka Technologies, a leading solar solution provider in Sri Lanka is stepping up to offer their highly demanded expertise and professional services for prospective project developers and investors.
JLanka offers comprehensive support services for prospective developers who are required to design, finance, procure, construct, commission, operate and maintain the solar PV power plant. The service offerings cover all aspects of the project, from the submission of a complete, competitive and professional RFP to the design and construction of the solar power plant.
The company will calculate the proposed PV power plant’s annual electrical energy production, and assess the project feasibility and revenue to support developers in attracting investors and necessary financing. JLanka will ensure the compliance of the resulting 20-year Power Purchase Agreement between the developer and the Ceylon Electricity Board, with local solar industry standards and regulations. The company offers expert advice on site selection, helping developers secure all environmental clearances, Governmental approvals and statutory licenses. JLanka will also introduce developers to landowners of suitable sites, with incentives from Sri Lankan banking and financial institutions.
Last Updated Mar 25 2017 | 04:49 pm