Thyssenkrupp today said it has bagged a contract worth around USD 115 million from Doosan Power Systems India (DPSI) to supply material handling plants for two thermal power projects in Uttar Pradesh.
“Thyssenkrupp recently won a contract from Doosan Power Systems India (DPSI)….The order is worth a total of around USD 115 million and includes engineering, delivery and installation of two complete coal handling systems, including associated structural and electrical works,” the company said in a statement.
The plants will be part of the Obra C and Jawaharpur coal-fired power stations in the north, both to be operated by Uttar Pradesh Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Ltd (UPRVUNL) and executed by DPSI, it said.
Once operational, they together will produce 2,640 mw of power – enough to supply roughly 16 million homes in India. Read More
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