Larsen & Toubro, Bharat Heavy Electricals and Korea’s Doosan are in race for a Rs 14,000-crore order from NTPC Ltd’s arm to supply equipment and set up its 3×800-MW coal-based plant as part of the company’s expansion project at Patratu in Jharkhand’s Ramgarh district, according to an official at one of the bidders.
The successful bidder will have to execute the project on an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) basis. Shortlisted candidates that’ll be selected on the basis of technical qualifications will have to submit financial bids. The entire process is expected to take three months, the official said.
The 2,400-MW plant is part of the phase-I expansion at the site. The second phase of the expansion, to be undertaken after the commissioning of the first one and dismantling of the existing units, will comprise two units of 800 MW each. Read More…
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