TEECL was established with a mission to provide comprehensive Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) services to core sector industries in India. The Company has assumed a leadership position on the back of association with state-of-the-art technology manufacturers and high standards of quality management, competent human resources and resourceful financing.

    Who we are

Techno Electric & Engineering Company Ltd. (TEECL) is one of India’s most important power-infrastructure companies. We are at the top of Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC), asset ownership and operations and maintenance services in the three industry segments of generation, transmission and distribution. Incorporated in 1963 and headquartered in Kolkata, our operations are spread across India and abroad. 

    What we do

The electricity value chain has three main segments: generation, transmission and distribution. We concentrate on them through our EPC services, renewable power generation and Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects.

    What powers us

We develop, own and operate transmission, distribution and generation businesses that improve lives through reliable and accessible electricity, promoting economic growth and social wellbeing and making the communities where we work better. We derive competitive edge from our 12 core strengths.

» Extensive engineering experience and terrain knowledge

» Strategic bidding discipline

» Seamless transition to best-in class technology

» Ability to navigate unique challenges

» Prudent working capital management

» Cost-effective and time-sensitive execution competence

» Collaborations with global manufacturers and technology leaders 

» Robust vendor ecosystem 

» Commitment to customer centricity and compliance 

» Industry-best project completion capability

» Contract management

Future Outlook

The Indian energy landscape is evolving at a fast pace, with the Government sharpening its focus on access to affordable power through reliable infrastructure. We are operating in an environment with high potential for growth. Here we outline some of the key trends that influence our long-term priorities.

 Greater policy support

Power is critical to a country’s pace of progress and India, with its vast resources and a large, young and productive population, is well positioned in this scenario.

The Indian Government’s policy initiatives such as the Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana (DDUGJY) and the Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana (SAUBHAGYA) aim to provide electricity connections to all households, creating long-term demand drivers for electricity.

 Transforming power governance

There is a shift in demand towards innovative power delivery solutions and a transformation of power governance in India.

Rapid electrification and expanding demand result in significantly higher need for public-private partnerships across all types of generation, transmission and distribution.

 Large foreign investments in India

Between April 2000 and June 2018, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows in the power sector reached US$ 14.18 billion, accounting for 3.64% of the total FDI inflows in the country. India’s power sector is poised to attract investments of ₹ 11.56 trillion between 2017 and 2022. Investments are expected to flow into the thermal, hydro, nuclear and renewables segments.
[Source: Indian Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF)]

 Corporate Overview

The Indian Government’s sustained emphasis, through regulatory reforms, on removing structural bottlenecks will support our play in the power sector.

To actively pursue interesting opportunities in the power infrastructure space of India. We will draw on our strong operational presence, track record and ability to creatively structure our projects both financially and contractually.