A proven, complete-solutions provider for thermal power plants, L&T executes coal and gas-based power projects on a lumpsum turnkey (LSTK) basis. L&T is the first Indian company to have executed a supercritical thermal power plant – 2x700 MW at Rajpura, Punjab – on a complete EPC basis, with indigenously manufactured supercritical equipment.

At its state-of-the-art facilities at Hazira in Gujarat, L&T and its Joint Venture companies manufacture ultra-supercritical/supercritical boilers, turbines and generators, pulverisers, axial fans, air-preheaters and electrostatic precipitators. International standards of safety and quality and on-time delivery are ensured by design and project management centres at Vadodara, Faridabad and Chennai.

Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD)

L&T has entered into a Technical Licence Agreement with Chiyoda Corporation, Japan, for FGD. The agreement grants L&T exclusive rights to undertake EPC of FGD Systems.

Major Projects

L&T’s Joint Venture company secured a Steam Generator package order for 3x660 MW Ghatampur TPP from Neyveli Uttar Pradesh Power Limited.

In addition to this, L&T is executing the following power projects in India:

  • EPC package for NTPC’s 2x660 MW ultra-supercritical TPP at Khargone (Madhya Pradesh)
  • EPC package for RRVUNL’s 2x660 MW supercritical TPP at Chhabra (Rajasthan)
  • EPC package for MPPGCL’s 2x660 MW supercritical TPP at Khandwa (Madhya Pradesh)
  • SG package for NTPC’s 2x660 MW supercritical TPP at Tanda (Uttar Pradesh)
  • BoTi package for NPCIL’s 2x700 MW Rajasthan Atomic Power Project at Rawatbhata (Rajasthan)

Gas-based power projects being executed in Bangladesh:

  • EPC package for NWPGCL’s 360 MW Bheramara CCPP
  • EPC package for BPDB’s 225 MW Sikalbaha CCPP
  • EPC package for BPDB’s 400 MW Bibiyana III CCPP

A cumulative capacity of over 12,000 MW built by L&T has attained commercial operation as of March 2017.

L&T-MHPS Boilers Private Limited (LMB) - a joint venture of L&T and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Japan – engineers, designs, manufactures, erects and commissions ultra-supercritical / supercritical boilers up to 1000 MW, single unit. Its manufacturing facilities are at Hazira, with design and engineering centres at Faridabad and Chennai. With a total installed capacity of 5000 MW per annum, LMB has also executed major export orders.

In 2016-17, LMB has entered into a Technical Licence Agreement with MHPS, Japan, to offer Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) in the Indian market.

L&T-MHPS Turbine Generators Private Limited (LMTG) - a joint venture of L&T, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems and Mitsubishi Electric Corp. – engineers, designs, and manufactures ultra-supercritical/supercritical turbines and generators at its worldclass 5000 MW per annum facility at Hazira, and also supervises erection and commissioning. LMTG is India’s first manufacturing company to receive all five ISO Standards (ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 18001, ISO 27001 and ISO 50001) and the IMS certification from DNV. It also exports equipment through MHPS.

L&T-Howden Private Limited – a joint venture with the Howden Group, manufactures axial fans and air pre-heaters for power plants at Hazira. Its design and engineering centre is at Faridabad.

L&T-Sargent & Lundy Limited (LTSL) – a joint venture with Sargent & Lundy L.L.C, USA – is a premier engineering and consultancy firm, offering engineering services in the power sector for over two decades. It provides a complete range of engineering and design solutions for power plants, from concept to commissioning of open/simple cycle plants, combined cycle plants, cogeneration plants, coal-based plants – both subcritical and supercritical technology – and renewable energy. Its offerings include basic and detail engineering, owner’s engineering, lender’s engineering, substation engineering, RLA and special consulting assignments. LTSL has engineered numerous prestigious power projects in India and abroad, in USA, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, UAE, Qatar, Jordan, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nigeria, Uzbekistan, Kenya, Central America and North Africa.