NEW DELHI: Power Finance Corporation that invited bids for two ultra mega power projects (UMPP) short listed all nine applicants for Odisha and eight for Cheyyur after VK Shunglu chaired apex evaluation committees evaluated applications for pre-qualification round. For Odisha UMPP, NTPC, Tata Power, NHPC, Adani Power, JSW Energy, Jindal Power, Sterlite Infraventures, CLP India and Larsen & Toubro had submitted their applications in response to the request for qualification. For Cheyyur UMPP, eight companies namely Adani Power, CLP India, GMR Energy, Jindal Power, JSW Energy, L&T, NTPC and Sterlite Infraventures had submitted their applications.
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Power Finance Corporation (PFC), the power ministry’s arm managing the bidding for ultra mega power projects (UMPPs), on Monday said it had shortlisted all the 17 initial bidders for two such projects of 4,000-Megawatt each, to come up in Odisha and Tamil Nadu.
“Based on evaluation, all the nine applicants for the Odisha UMPP and eight applicants for the Cheyyur UMPP which have applied for requests for qualification (RFQs) have been shortlisted for issuance of requests for proposal,” PFC said.
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