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Tala Hydroelectric Project
With strong GDP growth, India is witnessing a constantly growing need for power.
As a direct result, the gap between demand and supply is increasing. For 2010-11,
the Central Electricity Authority has estimated an energy deficit of 10% and peak
deficit of 12.1%. In order to bridge this gap, the Government of India has enacted a policy framework
which provides significant opportunities for private companies to participate in
the value chain of the power business. Keeping this in mind, HCC Infrastructure
has formulated a strategy to enter into power generation - mainly the Hydro and
HCC, the parent company of HCC Infrastructure, has built 25% of India’s Hydro capacity.
Leveraging this strength, HCC Infrastructure is seeking suitable BOT opportunities
in primary and secondary markets of Hydro Power. While doing so, HCC Infrastructure
will be engaging with best in class advisors, consultants and partners.
HCC is collaborating with reputed international firms for forming a Joint Venture
to offer complete EPC services for Thermal power plants. HCC Infrastructure will
complement this effort by securing and developing projects on a BOT basis, which
will offer greater value to all of its stakeholders.
Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project, Tamil Nadu
The HCC Group strongly believes in sustainable development. To create a better world
for the future, it is necessary that all present endeavors are considerate and sensitive
towards the environment. HCC Infrastructure constantly strives to use cleaner technology
for all of its projects. Subsequently, HCC Infrastructure aims to procure Solar
energy projects in its portfolio. With the announcement of the Jawaharlal Nehru
National Solar Mission, which aims to set up 20,000 MW of Solar Power Generation
by 2022, Government of India has set the stage for rapid solar capacity addition. HCC Infrastructure
aspires to be a part of this extraordinary mission.