Presentation of Izolyator plant, Massa Izolyator Mehru Pvt. Ltd. and their products for specialists of the Indian energy company NTPC Limited
On 8 October 2020, a remote presentation of Izolyator plant, Massa Izolyator Mehru Pvt. Ltd. a Russian-Indian Joint Venture and their products for specialists of the Indian state energy company NTPC Limited took place.
NTPC Limited is the largest state Indian energy company created in 1975 with a goal of India’s power sector acceleration.
The company has set a target to reach the total installed value in generation of 128 000 MW by 2032. It plans to use the following energy: 56 % — coal, 16 % — gas, 11 % — nuclear and 17 % — renewable sources.
The audience of NTPC Limited was made up of both line technical personnel and managers of engineering departments.
At the Izolyator plant, a videoconference presentation was made by the Head of International Business Development Department Andrey Shornikov, Manager of International Business Development Department Dmitriy Orekhov and Assistant of International Business Development Department Olga Parnyuk.
Remote presentation of Izolyator plant and its products for technical specialists of the Indian state energy company NTPC Limited
The meeting was attended by representatives of the Massa Izolyator Mehru Pvt. Ltd. a Russian-Indian Joint Venture (MIM):
- Deputy Chairman of Board Dr. Ashok Singh,
- Marketing, Sales and Sourcing Director Mandeep Prakash Sharma,
- Commercial Director Ashwani Aggarwal.
The presentation introduced the latest achievements of Izolyator in international cooperation, including successful type and seismic tests of 420 and 800 kV bushings, which took place in three stages: at Izolyator plant and test facilities of the Indian Central Power Research Institute (CPRI) in Bangalore and Hyderabad.
One of the sections of the presentation - successful joint tests of Izolyator 420 and 800 kV bushings in Russia and India
The audience was greatly interested in the presentation of the MIM, set up by the Russian company Izolyator and the Indian Mehru Electrical & Mechanical Engineers (P) Ltd. for the organization in India of the production of high-voltage bushings with solid internal RIP-insulation.
The range, advantages and prospects of using the products of both enterprises at power generation facilities of NTPC Limited were also widely presented.
At the end of the online presentation, detailed answers were given to all questions from the audience.
The event became another important step in the further development of Russian-Indian cooperation in the energy sector.