GE Transportation today announced Indian Railways has confirmed its acceptance of GE’s 4,500 Horsepower diesel-electric Evolution Series prototype locomotives. This follows the completion of rigorous testing of the locos on Indian Railways’
GE Power today said it has got a Rs 220 crore order to supply gas turbine and generator for a captive power unit planned at Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd’s (HPCL) refinery at Visakhapatnam.
Global locomotive manufacturers such as GE, Alstom and Bombardier, which have invested billions of dollars under the Make in India programme of the railways, have lobbied the finance ministry over challenges they are facing under the goods and services tax (GST) regime.
Baker Hughes (BH), the oilfield service subsidiary of General Electric (GE), today announced that it has won an integrated oilfield service and equipment contract for development of the Mangala, Bhagyam and Aishwarya (MBA) fields in Rajasthan, operated by Vedanta’s upstream subsidiary, Cairn Oil & Gas.
GE Power’s Grid Solutions business announced the commissioning of the first leg of the mega grid-stabilising project. The project begins by handing over what will be the worlds largest WAMS over to the Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd (PGCIL) for the northern grid in India.
French utility EDF and GE will jointly build six reactors for the Jaitapur nuclear power plants in Maharashtra, envisioned as the world’s largest nuclear power plant with a cumulative capacity of 9,900 megawatts of electricity.
GE and French utility EDF have agreed to team to build six reactors for a nuclear power project in Maharashtra state, which is due to be the world’s biggest when finished.
Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd today said it has entered into a power purchase agreement (PPA) with GE to provide solar rooftop solutions for six manufacturing and services sites in India.
French manufacturing group Alstom said on Thursday it had signed an agreement with General Electric to exit three joint ventures in return for a payment of 2.594 billion euros ($3.08 billion).
GE Power India today said it has been awarded a contract worth Rs 309 crore by NTPC to install its FGD system at Phase-I (2X800 MW) of its Super Thermal Power Project (STPP) in Telangana.