L&T bags international contracts
The heavy engineering arm of Larsen & Toubro has won significant contracts for critical reactors, equipment and systems for process plant sector, against stiff global competition.
Globally, RE employed 0.4 million people in 2017
The Government of India has ambitious plans of increasing the percentage of RE in the energy mix of the country. India's target is to achieve 175 GW generation capacity by 2022.
Solar's 1 million job bonanza
From a perennially energy-deficient state with a peak shortage of 14 per cent in 2010 to a peak shortage of less than one per cent in 2018, India has moved miles from the days of energy blackouts and frequent power cuts.
Made in India: Havells Looks Beyond Electricals
More than a year after it acquired the consumer durables business of Lloyd Electric & Engineering, Havells has firmed up plans to expand its horizons. POWER TODAY takes an overview of the strategy of one of the country's leading electricals players in also becoming a big boy of electronics.
L&T, two others bag UP deal
Infrastructure major Larsen and Toubro (L&T), Genus Power and Allied Engineering have bagged a contract to supply 10 million pre-paid meters to Uttar Pradesh (UP) under the Saubhagya scheme, which aims to add more than 40 million households to the power grid by December this year.
5th EQUIPMENT INDIA Annual Awards
The Foundation of Infrastructure Research Studies Training (FIRST) recently hosted the 5th EQUIPMENT INDIA Annual Awards. Sandeep Singh, Managing Director, Tata Hitachi Construction Machinery Co, was named the 'Equipment India Person of the Year' for 2017.
Solar Technology: Quality pays off!
An overwhelming number of solar projects are proposed to be signed on the eve of the International Solar Alliance's (ISA) New Delhi summit on March 11. Speaking at a round table conference on Golden Triangle: Integrating EPC, BOS and Energy Auditors in Delhi, Upendra Tripathy, Full Time Interim Director General, ISA said, 'On March 10, one day before the summit, we are going to sign 121 projects both in India and outside.
We see a sharp dip in EPC work in 2018
The Indian solar industry had close to 9 GW of engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) work in 2017, and we are expecting a sharp dip in 2018.