Industry Insight

Energy is one of the major drivers for a growing economy like India and is an essential building block of economic development. In an effort to meet the demands of a developing nation, the Indian energy sector has witnessed a rapid growth. In the recent years, India’s energy consumption has been increasing at the fastest rates due to population growth and economic development. As a result, India's nuclear power program has proceeded largely without fuel or technological assistance from other countries and nuclear power for civil use is well established in India. By 2017, India's installed nuclear power generation capacity will increase from 2.8% to 9% to reach 10,080 MW. The outcome of which is the proposed nuclear power plants across the country.

On the other hand, growing demand for LNG supply in the industrially advanced states is expected to be significant. The policy and regulatory level changes in the Indian power sector have been tremendous and is the key to the evolving economics of Indian LNG.

Apart from the energy sector, the cement industry in India is also growing at a tremendous rate. From being an importer of cement, India now is not only self sufficient but also export large quantities of cement to other countries owing to its numerous cement plants.

We are able to satisfy the widest range of prestressing requirements in the above sectors with versatile construction techniques from Silos, Nuclear Structures, LNG Tanks to other Storage Tanks, etc.