Under the contract, the company will install 120 units of 2.1 MW of S111 120m in Gujarat, it said in a statement issued here.
With this order, Suzlon has secured combined orders of 502 MW across SECI-I and SECI-II auctions, the company said. *************** Kumari Builders to invest Rs 500 cr in 2 projects in Bengaluru rpt Bengaluru *
Bengaluru-based real estate player Kumari Builders and Developers plans to invest Rs 500 crore to develop two villa projects in the city, marking its foray into the segment.
Spread across 50 acre, the project in Malur will offer 750 homes, while the 12 acre project on Sarjapur Road includes 192 villas, the company said in a statement issued here.
"Over the past four years, we have delivered 2.5 lakh sq feet of residential projects. We now want to develop luxury villas," company's Director Ashok Naidu said, adding, "we will invest Rs 500 crore for this development." ********************* Sobha,Puravankara to develop luxury proj 'Marina One' in Kochi *
Realty players Sobha and Puravankara today said they have, in co-ownership, launched Marina One, among Kerala's largest super luxury waterfront homes in Kochi.
The project, which has a waterfront of 497 metre, offers 1,141 homes in total in 3BHK+study and 4BHK, ranging from 2296 sq feet to 3710 sq feet of super built up area, the company said in a statement issued here.
"Kochi is also among the fastest growing tier II cities in the country with a major thrust on the real estate, making it a profitable investment option for Indians and NRIs," Sobha Chairman Ravi Menon said.
Many Indian high networth individuals, along with NRIs from the US, the UK, Singapore and the well informed local population see Kochi as an investment destination. Also, the infrastructure development in the city has resulted in the growth of luxury home market here, Puravankara Managing Director Ashish Puravankara said. ********************* Ljungstrom to supply air pre-heaters, gas-gas heaters in UP *
Power technology solutions provider Ljungstrom today said it has bagged a contract from Doosan Power Systems India (DPSI) to supply supply eight air pre-heaters and four gas-gas heaters for two supercritical thermal projects totaling 2,640 MW in Uttar Pradesh.
The company has bagged the contract for supplying the heaters for the Obra-C coal-fired electrical power plant in Sonebhadra district, and for the Jawaharpur coal-fired electrical power plant in Etah district, both in Uttar Pradesh, it said.
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