Major Domains of Operations

Power Generation
  • Turnkey solutions to captive power plants
  • Balance of Plant
  • Flue Gas Desulfurization
Transmission and Distribution
EHV substations
  • EHV substations up to 765 kV (AIS/GIS)
  • STATCOM installation up to 250 MVaR
  • Advanced Metering Infrastructure
  • Distribution systems management (APDRP*)
  • Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Vidyutikaran Yojna (RGGVY)
Industrial Sector
EHV substations
  • Power distribution systems to power intensive industries
  • Offsite piping systems
  • Oil handling plant process industries
  • Naptha and Diesel based system for turbine based power plant
  • Water and allied system
  • Fire protection system
  • Plant electrical and illumination system
Advance Metering Infrastructure (Smat Metering

Working to rapidly establish its stated goal of pan-India universal electricity access, the government of India is enabling Smart Grids which can offer affordability and other benefits to consumers. The first step towards realizing Smart Grids is the implementation of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI).

The Ministry of Power (MoP), Government of India (GoI) has come out with several transformational policy initiatives for reforming the power sector in India including the Smart Meter National Program (SMNP) which aims to replace conventional meters with smart meters. The UDAY Scheme launched by the Government of India in 2015 also emphasized on using smart metering for improvement in Operational Efficiency of Discoms.

  • We have received orders worth Rs 106 crores in new business area for Implementation Smart Metering Works at Jammu & Kashmir State, which would excel to order worth Rs 205 crores in due course.
  • Government has mandated to implement smart prepaid meter by April 2019.
  • India plans to be the 2nd fastest growing country globally, for adopting smart metering.
  • India plans to grow from 1 mn smart meters to 250 mn smart meters by 2024 .
  • Govt. plans to replace 220 mn meters in the next 3 years.
  • TEECL plans to bid for approx. Rs 2,000 crores of AMI projects in near future.
Increasing Presence in Overseas Markets
Bagged two trans-border projects

Design, supply and erection of 160 km 132 Kv double circuit Mbarara - Nkendao transmission line and associated substations worth $18 mn crores


The Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS), Kabul, Afghanistan for design, supply and construction of 500 KV Substation


Communaute Electrique du Benin (CEB), TOGO,partners with Kara Substation extension & Mango's new 161/20 kV Substation creation

Foreign project on the horizon

Order worth US$ 250 million is in the advanced stages of settlement, for Procurement of Plant Design, Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) Back to Back Voltage Source 500 MW Convertor Station at Dashte Alwan.


Order worth US$ 87 million is in the advanced stages of settlement, for KETRACO, Government of Kenya Undertaking. Scope: 220KV power network with line sub- contractor being Kalpataru Power Transmission Co. Ltd.

New Emission Control Policies

Pursuant to Government of India, Gazette notification of 7th December, 2015 all Thermal Power Plants need to limit their sulphur emission.

  • We have received contract of FGD for 500 MW (1 x 500 MW) Bokaro thermal power project of DVC for Rs 3190 million
  • Firm plan of various SEB and private sector for FY20 is of approx. 35,000 MW i.e., around Rs 150 billion.
  • TEECL plans to bid for 12000 MW of projects i.e, around Rs 60 billion and target to convert 10-15% of the bid during FY20
  • Requirement of global technology tie-ups by EPC players. Total investment of ₹ 1,200 billion estimated.
  • Collaborated with global major K C Cottrell, South Korea for emission control technology and under discussion with other global majors for similar technology tie-ups