Jan 2: The Thermax Group has concluded a Rs 327 Cr order from a public sector company based in Western India for its up-coming chemical plant. The project is for a BTG (Boiler-Turbine-Generator) package on EPC basis for their captive co-generation power plant of 2 x 65 MW capacity.
“Co-generation will continue to play a critical role in providing optimal energy solutions to Indian industry where both power as well as steam will be needed to support the processes. As one of the pioneers of this energy efficient option, Thermax is confident of meeting such challenges and anticipates similar opportunities,” according to M S Unnikrishnan, Thermax MD & CEO.
The scope of supply includes design, engineering, manufacturing, construction and commissioning of the solid fuel based BTG package consisting of 2 CFBC boilers, steam turbines and generators. Thermax also would be supplying emission control equipment and other auxiliaries for the BTG package. The project is to executed in two years.