GE Energy Sells Turbines To Sravanthi Energy

By Atlanta Business Chronicle

GE Energy will provide Indiaâ¿¿s Sravanthi Energy four Frame 6FA gas turbines and associated generators for a new power plant.

Atlanta-based GE Energy did not disclose the financial terms.

The power plant in the Northern Indian city of Kashipur is expected to generate 450 megawatts of electricity in two combined-cycle blocks. Sravanthi Energy expects the commercial operation of phase one to begin in the third quarter of 2011, with phase two in the first quarter of 2012.

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