LG Chem Power Inc. (LGCPI), announced today that Prabhakar Patil, who has served as the CEO for 10 years, will retire effective September 30, 2015. He will be succeeded by Denise Gray starting October 1.
Mission possible | Making waste-to-energy work in India
Waste-to-energy can help India deal with the not only the increasing garbage disposal problem, but also address health and economic issues. It provides a largely unexplored potential for the country´s development.
Punj Lloyd wins Rs.1,094 cr order
Punj Lloyd received a lump-sum turnkey contract worth Rs 1,094 crore for the EPCC package at Haldia refinery from Indian Oil Corporation (IOC). The scope of work for the project involves the residual process design, detailed engineering including HAZOP study, engineering, procurement, construction
MP sanctions 42-acre for nuclear project
The state government has approved 42 acre in Mandla district for the Chutka nuclear power project. The 1,400 MW project is being set up by Nuclear Power Corporation of India at an estimated cost of Rs 17,000 crore and is expected to complete by 2021. The Environment impact report for the project has been prepared by National Environmental Engineering Research Institute.
Inder Jit Kapoor took oath as Technical Member of Appellate Tribunal for Electricity (APTEL) in New Delhi. He served as Director (Commercial), on the board of NTPC Limited for about 7 years, before joining the APTEL.
National Conclave on Smart Technologies
International experts on technologies and smart cities along with urban development officials from across India - constituting 600 cities covering the100 smart cities and 500 AMRUT cities - came together at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre to participate in the National Conclave on Smart Technologies.
Isgec to set up power plant in Tanzania
Isgec Heavy Engineering Ltd., an Indian-based EPC player, has signed an memorandum of understanding with Mamba Cement, Tanzania for setting up a 30 MW coal-based thermal power plant in Tanzania.
OEMs expect 25 per cent growth in EE industry
We all know that power is the most important and basic aspect of any industry, and that power in India is in shortage and of poor quality, unless we improve upon this we can´t expect investment. Though there has been a lot of improvement in the power situation, we are yet to see any significant impact in terms of growth in investment and business due to all this.