T&D sits with Rs.30,000-crore refinancing opportunity
From the projects handled, we have developed a core team of project managers and sub-contractors who understand every facet of the activity from design, construction to commissioning and have established a methodology for speedy construction from which we are progressing in transmission work along with established distribution work.
Powering ahead full steam
Indian electrical equipment industry, broadly classified as generation equipment and transmission and distribution (T&D) equipment, manufactures products ranging from high- technology equipment to low-technology electrical components.
Gas, a Better Option
Energy is one of the most important commodities enhancing the growth of any country. And, India in the recent past has taken various steps in augmenting its resources with the aim of attaining energy security.
Warming Up to the Idea
Besides being a zero carbon emitting source of energy, costs of geothermal has significantly reduced over the years, making it an available option for India - one that the government too is contemplating.
New rules to bar Chinese in power sector
India will soon bar Chinese power companies from projects in the power sector on security concerns after a policy that will define new conditions for foreign firms eyeing the multi-billion dollar market in one of the fastest growing major economies in the world.
Green Shoots for BoP
The stagnant state of industrial output has resulted in lower demand for electricity. From the inactive state, when the economy starts picking up, it is expected that there would be a demand surge in the long term.
Foreign shopping to widen market
Pumps are a common and important component in almost all industrial segments across the world. The most commonly and widely used pumps are the centrifugal pumps or the water pumps, of which the agricultural segment in India are the largest consumers
Switchgears on upswing
The demand for electricity is ever increasing in India. urbanisation, infrastructure additions, growth in real estate, and of course the rural electrification project is spiralling the electricity demand.