The four pillars of development stand tall as the cornerstones of progress. The four pillars of development – infrastructure, investment, innovation, and inclusion – are not isolated concepts but interlinked elements of India’s progress. Mandeep Singh, COO – Engineering and Contracting Division, Casagrand Premier Builder Ltd, explains how these pillars are contributing to the country’s growth story....
To prevent air pollution due to the burning of farm stubble and reduce the carbon footprint of thermal power plants, the Ministry of Power has decided to set up a National Mission on the use of Biomass. This would further support the country’s target to move towards cleaner energy sources. The mission will work towards...
ABB has teamed up with Power Grid Corporation of India Limited in a mega project worth over Rs 4,350 crore for ABB to deliver a transmission link that will have the capacity to bring reliable electricity to more than 80 million people. The Raigarh-Pugalur 800 kilovolt (kV) ultrahigh-voltage direct current (UHVDC) system will connect Raigarh in Central India to Pugalur in Tamil Nadu.
This is all about connectivity and a country needs to have infrastructure in roads, railways, energy, power plants and being able to provide the necessary infrastructure that is needed, in the case of India, to achieve a good degree of success with the Make in India campaign.
The order refers to the plants which are part of the tranche of projects totalling capacity of 78,000 Mw for which a presidential directive was issued in 2013.The central government will bail out close to 21,400 Mw of power plants by assuring coal linkage through new fuel supply agreements (FSAs).
With an aim to scale up inland waterways infrastructure, the government is planning to offer 850 small and medium sized ports along key rivers for development by the private sector including foreign investors. This could see an investment of nearly Rs 4,000 crore.
The PEB industry has evolved from catering to applications such as warehouses, fuel stations, factories, workshops, etc., constructed in the initial phases of the industry to include highly complex buildings such as shipyards, metro stations