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Power 20:20 | Generation company with highest installed capacity in private sector - Adani Power
September 2016
Adani Power Limited is the power business subsidiary of Indian conglomerate Adani Group. The company is India┬┤s largest private power producer, with capacity of 10,440 MW and also it is the largest solar power producer of India with a capacity of 40 MW.
Essel Infra wins Rs.8,500-cr transmission project
April 2016
Essel Infrastructure has bagged the power transmission project to connect the nation power grid to the southern region.
Only Collective Growth is Sustainable
January 2016
Let us start with the economic reform of India. After a big bang economic reform of Indian economy, Indian power sector was opened for private investment in generation, but with a license to generate. Indian power generation capacity addition growth rate was in between 24-26 per cent during 8th-10th five-year plans, with installed capacity as on March 31, 2002, 85,795 MW to 132,329 MW as on March 31, 2007 respectively.
Sterlite bags Rs.2,900 cr transmission package
March 2015
Sterlite Transmission Projects has bagged the biggest transmission project to be awarded through the competitive bidding route in the country, having quoted the lowest tariff amid competition from eight other players.
Alstom delivers Rs 105 cr Myanmar transmission project
May 2013
Alstom T&D India on May 28 stated that it has delivered a Rs 105 crore transmission project in Myanmar for Power Grid Corporation of India (PGCIL). Alstom T&D India has concluded the successful delivery of PGCIL's 230 kv transmission project, worth around Rs 105 crore in Myanmar, the company said in a statement in Delhi. The contract covered the supply of a turnkey substation for the 230 kv transmission project which links the 3x40 mw Thahtay Chaung Hydro Power Project to the electrical grid.
Alstom delivers Rs 105 cr Myanmar transmission project
May 2013
Alstom T&D India on May 28 stated that it has delivered a Rs 105 crore transmission project in Myanmar for Power Grid Corporation of India (PGCIL). Alstom T&D India has concluded the successful delivery of PGCIL's 230 kv transmission project, worth around Rs 105 crore in Myanmar, the company said in a statement in Delhi. The contract covered the supply of a turnkey substation for the 230 kv transmission project which links the 3x40 mw Thahtay Chaung Hydro Power Project to the electrical grid.
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