News Brief | December 2011
CLP thermal power project to be operational in 2012
The 1,320 MW coal-based super-critical thermal power project of China Light and Power India (CLP) at Jhajjar in Haryana is expected to be operational between January and March 2012.
The company is one of the largest power companies in the Asia-Pacific with interest in over 50 generation, transmission and distribution assets in Hong Kong, the Philippines, Australia and others.
The transmission project was set up by KT Transco - a special purpose vehicle SPV created by Techno Electric and Engineering Company (TEECL) and Kalpataru Power Transmission. According to TEECL, commissioning of the line from Jhajjar to the consumption centres will be completed in December.
The Rs 450-crore transmission project generated an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) business of Rs 210 crore for TEECL, which is above the Rs 54 crore income that is expected for operating the line for 25 years against an equity contribution of Rs 38 crore.
Contact: CLP India
Tel: +91-22-6758 8800