Alstom concludes contract for supercritical coal-fired boiler project in India

Alstom has recently been awarded a $115 million contract by Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. to supply components for three units of 660 MW supercritical boilers of Nabinagar Power Generating Co. Ltd. NPGCL is a joint venture company of NTPC Ltd. and Bihar State Electricity Board located in Nabinagar, Bihar, India.

Alstom will cooperate with BHEL in designing the boilers and will supply identified pressure parts of the supercritical boilers along with pulverisers and airpreheater components. Alstom will also assist BHEL with technical advisors during the erection and commissioning of the units.

The contract follows the supercritical boiler contract won by Alstom for Mouda last year, and is in addition to six contracts signed with BHEL between 2008 to 2012 for supercritical boilers in Barh II, Krishnapatam, Bara, Yeramaras, Bellary and Mouda in India.

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