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.