Power Company Ltd has announced the signing of the agreement
with global majors Siemens Power Generation, Germany,
and Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co. Ltd.,
Korea, to bid for the ultra mega projects (3,500 MW to
3,800 MW supercritical steam power plants each).
and Doosan Heavy Industries have established a formidable
EPC consortium for the design and construction of power
plants based on super critical technology required for
such large-sized units, which will form the basis of Tata
Power''s bids for ultra mega power projects in the country.
centre has announced the implementation of several ultra
mega power projects through an international competitive
bidding process. Tata Power has submitted its expression
of interest for four ultra mega power projects to be located
in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Karnataka.
The company has received the request for qualification
documents for the Sasan project in Madhya Pradesh and
the Mundra project in Gujarat.
Power had announced recently that it would augment its
generation capacity by over 4500 MW involving an investment
of Rs18,000 crore.
Engineer, director, Tata Power Company, said, "This
agreement is a significant step towards our plans to bid
for ultra mega projects by drawing on the expertise of
strong international partners
like Siemens and Doosan Heavy Industries. The formation
of this EPC consortium will help in facilitating an excellent
technical solution which is also cost competitive".