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The enactment of the Electricity Act 2003 created a new paradigm for the development of the Indian power sector. This act eliminated the monopoly of government owned companies for generation, transmission and distribution of electricity, and provided new options for private companies to invest in.
Entry barriers being reduced in each of these sectors of the electricity supply business, encouraged private sector companies to invest in independent power plants, dedicated for power generation. With the government aiming to supply power to all by 2012, investments in building of independent power plants is definitely an attractive proposition.
The Power division of Thermax, with its rich experience in construction of power plants through the EPC route, takes single point responsibility and insulates the end customer from all the risks associated with the construction of a power plant.
Thermax's rich experience of firing various types of fuels into its boilers gives clients the option to choose from a variety of fuels, ranging from washery rejects to imported coal; which is an added benefit to customers.
The availability of one’s own captive power obviously proves beneficial under these circumstances.
Thermax Ltd has already worked for reputed clients like GDF Suez, ACC, Lafarge, Kalpatru, NEEPCO, etc.
With most of the chemical sector companies planning for expansions, having their own captive power plant is a necessity for these industries and Thermax Ltd., with its expertise in this sector is the most obvious choice.