Indian Railways to build the world’s highest rail line
The world’s highest rail lines of 465 km, which will connect New Delhi and Ladakh, will be build by the Indian Railways at an estimated cost of Rs 833 billion. A strategically important Bilaspur-Manali-Leh line along the Indo-China border will be build by the national transporter.
Best Selling Power Equipment Company in T&D - KEC International
KEC International is one of the largest power transmission EPC companies operating globally, and has transcended boundaries with operations in power transmission, distribution, railways, cables, renewables (solar) and civil. Today, KEC is a US$1.4-billion company.
Siemens to install state-of-the-art IGBT tech for IR
Given its position as a trusted partner of the Indian Railways for the last six decades, Siemens will be designing, supplying and installing AC Traction systems for Dual Cab High Horsepower Diesel Engine locomotive for Diesel Locomotive Works (DLW) for the IR, with a focus on modernisation, expansion of rail networks and energy efficiency.
Vivaan Solar to light 4 NCR railway stations
Vivaan Solar has qualified to install 5 MW rooftop solar power plant at four major railway stations in Delhi/NCR. The tender was issued by Northern Railways, New Delhi for Anand Vihar terminal railway station, the Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station, the Old Delhi railway station, and the New Delhi Railway station, and their respective capacities are 1.1 MW, 0.6 MW, 2.2 MW, and 1.1 MW.
Not exactly an “Electrifying” Budget
Our power sector is not exactly firing on all cylinders. The bedrock of this sector, our thermal power plants, which anyway employ most workmen and host most investments, are doing rather badly, reflected in year-to-date plant load factor of only 59 per cent - the lowest in 10 years!
Siemens announces Q1 FY 2017 results
For the first quarter of Financial Year 2017 ended December 31, 2016, Siemens Ltd. registered an increase in revenue from continuing operations by 16.1% in Q1 2017 over the same quarter in the preceding year. Profit before tax from operations of continuing operations increased by 60.5% to Rs 245.64 crore.