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Alstom wins EUR43m contract for hydro projects in India

21 Jul 2011

France based Alstom has secured three major contracts worth EUR43m to build hydroelectric projects in India.


Under the first contract signed between Shiga Energy, the company will build a 97MW Tashiding hydroelectric project on the Rathang Chu River in Sikkim.

The second contract has been signed with NSL Tidong PowerGeneration for Tidong-I hydro project in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh.

The project will be consist of two 50 MW units.

Alstom has signed a third contract with Haridwar Infrastructure to build the 96-MW Dikchu hydroelectric project in Sikkim.

Alstom will design, manufacture, supply, install, test and commission the entire electro mechanical package including the turbines, generators and auxiliaries for the projects.