Alstom India in talks with Bhel, NPCIL to be a part of JV
New Delhi: Alstom India, a subsidiary of
French firm Alstom, is in talks with state-run Bhel and
Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) to join in as a
third partner in their proposed joint-venture.
"We are in discussion with both the companies (Bhel and
NPCIL)," Alstom Project Country President Sunand Sharma told
a news agency on the side lines of the India Economic Summit.
He, however, decline to comment whether Alstom would be
an equal partner in the joint venture.
Public sector majors BHEL and NPCIL signed an agreement
in April 2008 to form a joint venture for providing
engineering, procurement and construction services in nuclear
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