Prozeal Infra to Install 131 MW of Solar Projects at GETCO Sites in Gujarat

The project's estimated bid value is ₹8.4 billion


Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Limited (GSECL) has awarded an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract to Prozeal Infra Engineering to install 131 MW of solar projects in the Surendranagar and Morbi districts of Gujarat.

Prozeal Infra was issued a letter of award (LoA) for the projects to be deployed around Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation’s (GETCO) substations. The project’s estimated bid value is ₹8.4 billion (~$106 million).

Prozeal would set up the solar projects in seven GETCO locations.

Prozeal Infra will undertake the project’s operation and maintenance (O&M) services for five years. It will also manage the projects’ design, engineering, supply, procurement, construction, testing, and commissioning.

The scheduled time allotted for the completion of the project is 12 months from the date of the contract.

GSECL invited bids to deploy 131 MW solar projects in the two districts of Gujarat in January. GSECL has issued EPC tenders for 2 GW of solar capacity to date.

Prozeal would provide a warranty for solar modules used in the project. The peak output power of these modules must not be less than 90% at the end of 10 years and 80% at the end of 25 years.

Prozeal Infra has over 650 MW of solar projects commissioned across 18 Indian states and more than 50 electric vehicle charging stations installed and listed on its dedicated PROCHARGE application. The application is make-in-India certified with its own Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI)-certified 120 KW DC fast chargers available for public charging.

The company has an order book of over 400 MW projects scheduled for completion by 2023, while it has orders to supply 100 DC fast chargers to various government and private projects.

Recently, Prozeal Infra received a letter of award from the Surat Municipal Corporation for the supply, installation, operation, and maintenance of 25 DC fast chargers. The chargers will have a configuration of CCS 2.0 (50 kW) + CCS 2.0 (50 kW) + Type 2 AC (22 kW). The project’s estimated cost is ₹140 million (~$1.78 million).

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