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L&T Power Wins Rs 3,860 Crore Order from Neyveli Uttar Pradesh Power Limited

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The Power Business of Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T) through its joint venture company L&T-MHPS Boilers Private Limited (LMB) has secured an order of ₹ 3,860 crore from Neyveli Uttar Pradesh Power Limited (NUPPL). The LMB contract includes design, engineering, manufacture, supply, erection and commissioning of 3x660 MW Ghatampur Thermal Power Project - Steam Generator and Auxiliaries package for NUPPL at Ghatampur Tehsil, Uttar Pradesh. Commenting on the order, Mr. Shailendra Roy, CEO and Managing Director-L&T Power, and Whole-Time Director-L&T, said “This is a prestigious order from NUPPL for supercritical steam generators, with state-of-the-art equipment meeting new emission norms. LMB will meet the project schedule with best endeavours and resources conforming to international quality standards.” LMB is currently executing nine units of Steam Generator packages for similar large capacity steam generators (660 MW) in India totalling 5,940 MW. In addition, six supercritical units (660/700 MW) have already achieved commercial operation. LMB is also executing nine export orders for the supply of Pulverisers and Pressure Parts for various MHPS projects in Japan and Indonesia. It has already executed eight MHPS export orders with the supply of pressure parts, pulverisers and engineering services to Middle East, Africa and South East Asia.

Thermal Power Plants | News published on 11 / 08 / 2016 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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