Thermal Power
Untitled Document
India currently has an installed capacity of 302 GW of power and achieved about 97% of the target capacity addition during 12th Five-Year Plan (2012-17). The current (FY 16) energy deficit stands at 2.1 percent and the peak deficit at 3.2 percent.

Coal is projected to remain the dominant fuel for power generation in the country. The market offers an immense potential with the independent power producers (IPPs) share in capacity addition likely to cross 60 percent in the near future.

With its geographically diversified portfolio of thermal power projects, Lanco is uniquely poised to contribute significantly to filling the existing demand-supply gap and generation growth to match demand growth associated with the target of over 7.5% GDP growth in the country and programmes such as the smart cities, rural electrification, Make in India, etc. Lanco has taken a giant leap forward in the private IPP space, standing among the top private power producers in the country and will continue to hold its position in the elite league. In addition to 3460 MW of operational capacity, Lanco is adding another 4636 MW to its power portfolio with a number of plants at advanced stage of construction, set to achieve commercial operations within the next three to four years.

Lanco's Power Division operates within the Lanco Group's integrated power value chain. This eco-system incorporates EPC, development, operation & maintenance (O&M), trading, transmission & distribution (T&D) and coal mines. The Division contributes 61 percent to the Group's revenues and 72 percent to the EPC order book.

Lanco is one of the very few organisations that offers specialised O&M of thermal power plants, and has set several benchmarks in the area. Though the initial goal is to operate group assets, Lanco aims to become the leading O&M specialist within India and internationally.


Contact Us || SiteMap
© Lanco Group, All Rights Reserved. |
twitter facebook linkedin youtube email post thoughts