Siemens bags order worth Rs 52 crore from NTPC

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Engineering and electronics conglomerate Siemens has bagged an order worth Rs 52 crore from NTPC for supply of Distributed Control System to their power plant in Bihar.

"The order is for supply of state-of-the-art Distributed Control System (DCS) for its 4x210 MW power plant located in Bhagalpur, Bihar and the scope of the project includes the supply, erection and commissioning of control and instrumentation for the complete power plant," the company said in a statement.

Siemens Limited has also been the equipment supplier for three of NTPC's super thermal power projects -- 3x660 MW Super Thermal Power Project at Nabinagar, Bihar; 2x800 MW Super Thermal Power Project Stage-I at Gadarwara, Madhya Pradesh; and 2x800 MW Super Thermal Power Project Stage-I at Lara, Chhattisgarh.

"NTPC has been an esteemed long-term customer of Siemens and together it has delivered sustainable solutions for India's power generation needs.

"We look forward to more such partnerships in the future," Siemens Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Sunil Mathur said in the statement.

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