That China is reputed for its manufacturing skills is evident from the number of Chinese goods flooding the Indian market. Now, the Chinese influence seems to entering the power sector as well. Lanco Infra led by Madhusudhan Rao, Chairman, recently entered into an MoU with the China Development Bank to arrange US$ 2 billion debt for two of its power projects; Anpara Phase II and Himawat, each having a capacity of 2 x 660 MW alongwith supercritical boiler technology. “This will help us to improve the economies of the projects and complete them within the stipulated time,” states Rao. The company currently has power projects of 4,636 MW capacity under various stages of execution and aims to hold an operating capacity of 13,000 MW by 2015.