Diversified company Punj Lloyd is gearing up to provide end-to-end solutions to power projects in the country.
The company is engaged in executing power projects on engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) basis. It also provides balance of plant equipment (other than boilers, turbines and generators) to power stations.
"We execute projects on EPC basis ... Our aspiration is to execute turn-key projects," Punj Lloyd Director, Corporate Affairs, Luv Chhabra told PTI.
In turnkey power projects, the company's scope of work includes sourcing, erection of equipment, civil works and commissioning of the project. At present, Punj Lloyd sources its equipment from abroad for the execution of power projects.
"We don't manufacture equipment but we source it from all over the world and then commission fully the projects," Chhabra said.
"So far we are doing BOP (Balance of Plant) equipment for 600 MW and 1,200 MW power projects, currently we are working on four power projects," he said.
The company supplied, erected the steel structures, civil work including power house, auxiliary buildings, cooling towers, drainage and road for the 1,000 MW coal-based thermal power project of Jindal Power Ltd.
Punj Lloyd recently won the solar-based contract worth Rs 232 crore for installing water treatment plants in Bihar from the state government.
The contract for 850 solar-powered water treatment plants for removal of arsenic and fluoride across multiple districts in Bihar will be implemented on a turnkey basis.
The contract will be executed by Punj Lloyd Group''s renewable energy arm, Punj Lloyd Delta Renewables.
Punj Lloyd is also providing solar lighting for the Commonwealth Games Village in Delhi.