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1.Lanco to develop solar project

Lanco Infratech has announced receiving a Letter of Intent from NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam to develop a 5 MW solar PV project and a 100 MW solar thermal project in Rajasthan.

2. Crunch Time

Interest rates are marching upwards. Financiers are shying away from infrastructure development projects. With no let-up in sight, developers have no choice but to seek alternate sources of funds and apply financial management skills to tide over the situation, finds Charu Bahri

3.Environment award for Lanco Tanjore Power Co

Lanco Infratech’s unit Lanco Tanjore Power Co Ltd has won the prestigious Rajiv Gandhi Environment Award for Clean Technology for the year 2009-2010

4.Adani Power to buy Udipi thermal plant

Competition Commission of India has approved Adani Power´s Rs 6,000 crore deal to acquire Lanco Infratech´s 1,200 MW Udupi thermal plant.

5.Lanco Infratech signs MoU with UP Govt

Lanco Infratech has entered into an MoU with the Government of Uttar Pradesh (UP) to set up a 2X660 MW coal-fired power plant at Fatehpur.

6.Building it Right

Velugu Suresh Kumar, Head - Engineering & Technology, Construction Division, Lanco Infratech Ltd, tells us how the success of a project lies in identifying the right construction technique for its most critical element.

7.EPC - Excellence, Performance, Commitment!

Charu Bahri explores the challenges associated with EPC contracts and what it takes for contractors to put their best foot forward.

8.Buyer's Choice!

After analysing the critical equipment required for project deliveries across sectors, Charu Bahri presents an overview of contractors’ preferred construction equipment.

9.Lanco Infratech to acquire Australian coal mine

Lanco Infratech will acquire Australia based Griffin Coal Mining and Carpenter Mine Management through its subsidiary Lanco Resources Australia.

10.Will the Industry Bottom Out?

The June-September 2010 has been the worst quarter for construction industry. Prolonged monsoon and heavy precipitation have impacted operations of infrastructure projects while governments, both at Centre and states, were slow in awarding new contracts, analyses.

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