BGR Energy wins Indian fast reactor contract

24 August 2009

BGR Energy Systems Limited has won a turnkey contract from Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL), for a 415V motor control centre (MCC) package for India’s prototype fast breeder reactor project. The 500MW reactor is being built by Bhartiya Nabhikiya Vidyut Nigam (BHAVINI) at Kalpakkam in Tamil Nadu.

The contract is valued at INR271.4 million and will be completed over 12 months. It includes the supply of complete 415V MCC panels and associated automation systems for the 500MW plant. BGR Energy was successful against the only qualified bidder, Larsen & Toubro in this tender.

BGR Energy is as a joint venture between GEA Energietechnik GmbH and the Promoter, B. G. Raghupathy, to produce and sell online condenser tube cleaning systems, debris filters and rubber cleaning balls used in thermal and nuclear power plants.

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