Tokyo-based IBIDEN Co Ltd is among several companies, including Chinese firms, that have submitted their expressions of interest (EOI) to state-owned Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) for a proposal to design and engineer the latter’s emission control systems for power plants and its integration with the boilers on a project-to-project basis. A BHEL official also told IIICORP that the EOI is applicable to all BHEL power plants across the country. According to its website, the power major has 20,000 MW installed capacity and going by IIICORP metrics, the contract could be worth upwards of USD 400m. The EOI comes in the wake of recent emission norms laid down by the Indian Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEFCC).
IBIDEN Porzellanfabrik Frauenthal GmbH, a subsidiary firm majority owned by IBIDEN Co Ltd, manufactures the CERAM brand of catalyst and industrial honeycombs at its facility in Frauental, Austria. CERAM has developed into a global supplier of catalysts and industrial ceramics and currently has customers in more than 40 countries with over 400 employees. In the course of its international expansion, the company has set up subsidiaries in the United States and South Korea. The introduction of progressive environmental legislation around the world is a key driver of the CERAM´s business activities, says its website. The company’s environmental management system ensures responsible use of natural resources and systematically reduce its wastewater, solid waste streams, and atmospheric emissions.
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