Alstom subsidiary Alstom Projects India Limited has won a contract worth about Rs 550 million (US$12 million) from developer Lanco Infratech Limited to equip a new hydropower plant in India's northern region, Alstom reported.
The 76-MW Phatabyung hydro project will be set up in the Uttarakhand region on the bank of Mandakini River. This is the second time Alstom has collaborated with Lanco Infratech since winning the Teesta VI hydro project in 2009.
The order entails end-to-end manufacturing of equipment at Alstom Hydro's Vadodara facility in Gujarat State, one of the company's largest hydro equipment manufacturing hubs.
Within the scope of this turnkey contract, Alstom will supply a pair of 38-MW Francis turbines and generators as well as the main inlet.
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