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GE T-D India bags Rs 150 cr contract from Rajasthan govt for grid modernisation


Devdiscourse News Desk mumbai India
Updated: 13-03-2019 22:57 IST
GE T-D India bags Rs 150 cr contract from Rajasthan govt for grid modernisation

GE's advanced energy management system will serve as a foundation for the project and enable the utility to alter production levels based on demand, the company said in a statement Wednesday. Image Credit: Wikimedia

Walmart said Wednesday that it has inaugurated its 24th cash and carry outlet in the country at Karimnagar in Telangana. Called the Best Price Cash & Carry Store, this is the second store for the American retail giant in the state. At present, foreign multi-brand retailers are not allowed to go the public directly and operate as wholesalers, or the cash and carry format.

************ GE T&D arm bags Rs 150 cr Raj contract GE T&D India has bagged a Rs 150 crore contract from Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Prasaran Nigam to carry out technology-driven grid modernisation as a part of the utility's roadmap to implement grid initiatives and augmenting renewable energy in Rajasthan.

GE's advanced energy management system will serve as a foundation for the project and enable the utility to alter production levels based on demand, the company said in a statement Wednesday.

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**************** Essel group takes delivery of first cruise ship Cash-strapped Subhash Chandra's cruise shipping business has taken delivery of its first vessel in Singapore. The vessel Karnika will undergo refurbishment at a dry dock in Singapore and reach the financial capital on April 17, an official statement said Wednesday.

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(With inputs from agencies.)

COUNTRY : India

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