GE Power India Ltd, an arm of American industrial giant GE, today announced it has bagged four contracts worth Rs 1,783 crore from state-owned NTPC Ltd for supply of emission control equipment for its coal-based power plants.
As part of the contracts, GE Power India would supply Wet Flue Gas Desulphurization (Wet FGD) technology for NTPC’s thermal projects including the 1,320 Mw Solapur super thermal power plant in Maharashtra, apart from the 1,320 Mw stage II of Tanda project, 500 Mw Unchahar project and 1,320 Mw Meja power project in Uttar Pradesh.
The development would help clean power generation from coal-fired plants in India and enhance air quality control, the company said in a statement. Read More
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