Yes Bank said it will lend Rs 750 cr to Mahindra Renewables Pvt. Ltd., part of the Mahindra Group, for constructing a 250 megawatt solar farm in the solar park at Rewa in Madhya Pradesh. The project has raised another Rs 200 cr from other financial institutions and achieved financial closure, the bank added. The […]
Larsen & Toubro, India’s largest construction company, and BHEL, India’s largest supplier of power plant equipment, are among those tapped by the Nuclear Power Corporation for the rollout of the first large-scale nuclear power plants developed using Indian technology.
Construction company Dilip Buildcon said it has been awarded two contracts by the National Highways Authority of India for a combined total of Rs 1050 cr.
Tata Steel said it has completed the acquisition of a 135 MW power plant from a subsidiary of Jasper Industries for Rs 255 paid in cash.
Bharat Forge, India’s largest exporter of auto components, said it opened a research and development facility at MIRA Technology Park in the UK to design powertrain solutions for Electric Vehicles.
Ashok Leyland, the auto arm of the Hinduja Group said it signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) with Phinergy, an Israel-based company that is developing Aluminium Air batteries for long-range vehicles.
Kalpataru Power Transmission, which constructs power and related infrastructure, said it won new orders worth Rs 875 cr, taking the total order inflow this year to 5,900 cr.
Bharat Heavy Electricals said it has commissioned a 54 MW coal-fired captive power project in Indonesia, calling it “yet another milestone in the South East Asian region.” BHEL has executed several projects in the region including projects in Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company said it got a Rs 216 cr order from Gas Authority of India Limited to lay a 158 km long pipeline.
Construction major Larsen & Toubro said its hydrocarbon subsidiary won an order worth over Rs 1,600 cr from Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd for its Visakhapatnam Refinery.