Larsen & Toubro, an Indian multinational EPC solutions provider, has secured an order to build a 112.5 MW solar power plant on a turnkey basis in the Indian state of West Bengal. The order was bagged by the Renewables arm of the company’s power transmission & distribution business, which will execute the project’s engineering, procurement and construction work in the southwestern part of West Bengal.
L&T said the project is being implemented by a state-owned undertaking with financing from a foreign development bank. It won the EPC package from the state-owned undertaking in an auction based on international competitive bidding.
The company has also received an order to develop the power distribution infrastructure in the central-western part of Uttar Pradesh. The infrastructure is being developed under the Revamped Reforms-linked Distribution Scheme. L&T’s scope includes loss reduction works, including GIS asset mapping.
In the overseas market, L&T has won an order to implement the electrical system, along with the associated civil and instrumentation works, for an energy company in the Middle East.
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