Mumbai: Alstom Bharat Forge Power (ABFPL) on Tuesday said it has bagged an order worth Rs 2,251 crore from NTPC for supplying three supercritical turbine generator islands (TGI) for the state-run power producer's 1,980 MW coal-fired power project in Bihar.
A 'turbine generator island' comprises turbine building and its installed components.
The company, a joint-venture between Bharat Forge and Alstom Power Holdings, has received the order worth Rs 2,251 crore for engineering, manufacturing, supply, erection and commissioning of 3x660MW coal-fired supercritical TGI, a statement issued here said.
NTPC is in the process of developing a 1980 MW coal-fired project at Nabinagar in Bihar, owned by Nabinagar Power Generating Company, a joint-venture between NTPC and the Bihar State Electricity Board.
"This order strengthens the resolve of Bharat Forge's joint-venture with Alstom to contribute significantly to enable India achieve self-reliance in energy security and meet the vision of 'power for all'," ABFPL Chairman Baba Kalyani said.
First Published: Tuesday, February 12, 2013, 21:12