March 18, 2005 - The Krasny Kotelshchik
factory signed the largest deal in its more than 100-year history. The order was received through the tender that Krasny Kotelshchik
won in cooperation with Federal State Unitary Enterprise Technopromexport.
The Contract for construction on "turn-key" basis of Barh Super Thermal Power Project was awarded upon the results of open tender, held by NTPC in November 2004. Pursuant to the above contract The Krasny Kotelshchik
and Technopromexport undertake to construct on a "turn-key" basis Barh Super Thermal Power Project with capacity of 1980 MW, consisting of three power units, 660 MW in installed capacity each. On behalf of the Customer the Contract was signed by the Indian state company NTPC (National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd.).
The construction period will make 58 months. It will be one of the first electric power stations in India, which power units will operate under super critical steam parameters. Barh Super Thermal Power Project is a new thermal power project, located in the State Bihar in India, which runs deficit in electric power. The power station intends to provide electric power to the industrial enterprises and satisfy the needs of the population of the State in electric power.
Such companies as BHEL (India), Alstom (Australia) and Doosan (Southern Korea) also participated in this tender.