Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD)

Transforming India's Power Sector

Our organization has fortified our prowess in Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD) technology, underlining our unwavering commitment to innovation and sustainability. Our recent accomplishments, including securing contracts for large-scale FGD projects, are a testament to our client's trust in our capacity to provide indispensable solutions within the power sector.

Vital Role of FGD in the Power Sector:

Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD) serves as a cornerstone in the quest to curtail sulphur dioxide (SO2) emissions emanating from India's coal-based thermal power plants. In line with India's commitment to reducing emissions, as outlined in its Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the government has focused on emission reduction from coal-based thermal power plants. Following government mandates, installing FGD systems for a combined capacity of 211.52 GW by 2026 is paramount. This figure encompasses existing installations, awarded contracts, ongoing evaluations, and projects at various stages of procurement. These systems are indispensable for adhering to the stringent emission standards set forth by the Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change (MoEF & CC) and mitigating the environmental footprint of coal-based power generation.


In 2019, we developed Flue Gas Desulphurization (FGD) projects to help reduce SO2 emissions from coal-based power plants, thereby improving air quality and reducing the environmental impact of these operations. Through the implementation of cutting-edge technologies and a dedication to meeting the stringent requirements of environmental regulations set by the Central Control Pollution Board (CPCB), we have not only reduced emissions but also facilitated operational improvements for our clients.

We are executing projects worth ₹1900 crores across various cities in India, contributing to a substantial total market size of ₹98,946 crores in India.

We aspire to secure a significant market share, with an ambitious annual target of ₹1000 crores.


1. Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC)

a. Contract secured for the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) Package for the Flue Gas Desulphurization (FGD) System at Bokaro "A" Thermal Power Station (1x500 MW), Jharkhand, amounting to ₹3,190 million.

2. Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Prasaran Nigam Ltd. (RRVPNL)

a. Contract secured for the EPC Package of FGD System at the Kalisindh Thermal Power Project (KaTPP), encompassing Units 1 & 2 (2x600 MW) in Rajasthan, inclusive of a three-year Operational & Maintenance commitment.
b. Contract secured for the EPC Package for FGD System at Kota Super Thermal Power Station (KSTPS), spanning Units 5 (1x210 MW), 6 & 7 (2x195 MW) in Rajasthan, inclusive of a three-year Operational & Maintenance commitment amounting to   ₹14,550 million in total. 


We eagerly anticipate forthcoming opportunities, as orders valued at ₹2,000 crores are currently in the bidding phase. These projects perfectly align with our vision of fostering sustainable growth in cleaner power generation.


The escalating prominence of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) practices underscores the pressing need to curtail Sulphur Dioxide emissions for environmental preservation. We are actively engaged in FGD projects that contribute to reducing SO2 emissions from coal-based power plants, accounting for a substantial 98% of such emissions. India's unwavering commitment to cleaner and greener energy, as emphasized in the G20 Summit, positions the FGD market as a pivotal arena for our organization's contributions to a sustainable future.