RVUNL Tenders 2020: The Beginner’s Guide
What does RVUNL stand for?
RVUNL is an acronym for Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Ltd. Other common abbreviations used are “RRVUNL”, “RVUN” or “RUVNL”.
Overview of RVUNL
RVUNL is a public-sector undertaking (PSU) wholly owned by the Government of Rajasthan. The company was established on 19th July 2000 under the Companies Act 1956 and it is headquartered at Jaipur, Rajasthan.
It is one of India’s leading power generation companies that provides electricity to residential & commercial users in the state of Rajasthan. For the last 20 years, it has played an important role in the growth of state development by providing an efficient & affordable power generation in the country.
What is the main role of RVUNL?
The main responsibility of RVUNL is to develop the power projects under the state sector and providing power generation as the highest priority in serving the customers in the Rajasthan state. The department has produced more than 6500 MW of electricity.
Other important roles include the operation & maintenance of the existing power plants that are owned by the RVUNL. There are various power plants owned by the Government of Rajasthan.
What are the Business Opportunities for SMEs in Rajasthan?
The government tender business is growing in Rajasthan and we have been observing various growth opportunities for SMEs from the last few years.
The RVUNL department releases various types of tenders online for the supply of goods and services ranging from ‘Rubber items to high-performance Grinding Rolls’ to ‘supply of bull ring segment for Bowl mill’ to ‘cleaning of condenser tubes’.
Our platform helps SMEs to find the latest RVUNL tenders information, RVUNL tender documents and previously awarded results which will help guide to make the right decision before your bidding submission.
What are the steps to apply for RVUNL eTenders in India?
We’ll walk you through the simple steps so you understand how to apply for the RVUNL e-tenders issued by the Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Limited.
In order to apply & submit the RVUNL tenders online, the first step is to look for the trusted e-tender portals like BidAssist.
The next step is to just type in your desired keyword in the search box and it will show the list of active tenders issued by RVUN department. There are various search options that help bidders to search for active tenders using several parameters. These parameters may include Location, Opening & Closing Date, Tender Amount & EMD.
Once the bidders have selected the tender they are interested in, they can download the RVUN tender documents with the document charges starting as minimum as Rs. 200/document. The bidders are then required to prepare the bid document using the standard BoQ format that is provided along with the downloaded tender document. You need to enroll on the CPP e-Procurement portal and submit your bid.
What is the total installed power capacity of RVUNL?
As, on December 2018, the installed power capacity of RVUNL is 6831 MW. The Thermal power stations of RVUN are operated at Kota, Suratgarh, Barab, and Barmer. While the Gas power plants are operated at Dholpur and Jaisalmer. And the Hydropower plants are operated at Mahi and mini hydel stations in the state. Following are the list of power stations that come under RVUN along with their power capacity:
Thermal Power Plants of RVUNL:
- Chhabra Thermal Power Project (CTPP)- Baran, 2320 MW
- Suratgarh Super Thermal Power Station (STPS)- Suratgarh, 1500 MW
- Kota Super Thermal Power Station (KTPS) Kota- 1240 MW
- Kalisindh Thermal Power Station (KATPP)- 1200 MW
- Giral Lignite Thermal Power Project (GLTPP) ,Giral, Distt. Barmer- 250 MW
Gas Power Plants of RVUNL:
- Dholpur Combined Power Project (DCCPP) , Dholpur- 330 MW
- Ramgarh Gas Thermal Power Station (RGTPP), Distt. Jaisalmer- 273.5 MW
Hydel Power Plants of RVUNL:
- Mahi Hydel Power Station, Distt-Banswara- 140 MW
- Mini Micro Hydel Schemes- 23.85 MW
What are the top Power Sectors in Rajasthan?
In the year 2000, the Rajasthan State Electricity Board (RSEB) has restructured into 5 different power companies and separates into 3 categories namely – Generation, Transmission, and Distribution. They have unbundled all its activities, assets and liabilities and the staff.
1. Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Ltd. (RRVUNL)
2. Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Prasaran Nigam Ltd. (RRVPNL)
3. Jaipur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Ltd. (JVVNL)
4. Ajmer Vidyut Vitran Nigam Ltd. (AVVNL)
5. Jodhpur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Ltd. (JDVVNL)
How many tenders does RUVNL publish in 2019-20?
RRUNL distributes tenders just like other government tendering authorities. The below chart clearly illustrates the rise in RUVNL etenders published between the years 2018-2020. More than 900 tenders of RVUN were published in the year 2018-2019, and around 700 tenders were published in the current Fin year 2019-2020.
If you want to know more information about RVUNL e-procurement, log on to BidAssist and get the in-depth details about the tenders, including registration and documentation.