Daily Archive: October 27, 2010

Equipment orders with Chinese cos to stay

New Delhi: The government will not terminate power equipment orders placed with Chinese firms during the 11th Five Year Plan (2007-2012). “Whatever equipment orders have been placed, under the 11th Five Year Plan, it...

Govt to encourage super-critical thermal technology: Shinde

New Delhi : Power Minister Sushilkumar Shinde today said the government wants to encourage efficienttechnologies for power generation and install large-sized super-critical thermal power units to enhance efficiency and reduce coal consumption and Green House...

Exide Industries launches Power Centre

Pune : Exide Industries, one of the leading battery and power storage solutions manufacturers, has launched an Exide Industries Power Centre in the city today. The Centre will cater to the industrial battery clientele-based out of...

Low cash cuts off power firms

India has recorded an additional power generation of 2,000 million units compared to last year, but there are few takers — power utilities across the country are opting for outages or loadsheddings, citing financial...

Kalpataru bags 2 orders of Rs 384 crore

Mumbai, Oct 27 : Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd, a leading global Engineering, Procurement, Contruction (EPC) player in power Transmission and Distribution sector, has secured two orders about worth Rs 384 crore from PMC Projects...