Oct 25, 2008

KEC International bags two new orders worth Rs 179 crore

18 Sep 2008 | 14:22

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KEC International bags two new orders worth Rs 179 crore


KEC International, a global leader in the power transmission EPC
business has bagged two orders worth Rs 124 crore from NTPC electric
supply company and Rs 55 crore from Power Grid Corporation of India.

The
NESCL order which is a turnkey rural electrification project in the
district of Sahibganj of Jharkhand state covers electrification of 1307
villages, providing electricity connections to approximately 20500
below poverty line families and also construction of fourteen 33/11KV
new / augmentation substations. The project is scheduled to be
completed by March 2010. This is the 3rd order bagged under RGGVY
scheme by KEG in the state of Jharkhand.

The PGCIL order which is
also a Turnkey rural electrification project is in the district of
Sonepur of Orissa state and covers electrification of 959 villages,
providing electricity connections to approximately 63000 below poverty
line families and also construction of six 33/11KV new / augmentation
substations. The project is scheduled to be completed by March 2010.
This is the 2nd order bagged under RGGVY scheme by KEG in the state of
Orissa.

The company made this announcement during the trading hours today, 18 September 2008.

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