CBL for EPC power plants

CBL can offer comprehensive engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services complimenting the supply and maintenance of power generation equipment.

Cost-efficient

EPC Power Plant is a cost-effective solution for businesses. As we handle the whole project, the costs remain low.

Turn-Key Solution

We fulfill the setup and other requirements to provide predefined results for turn-key solution for power generation.

Time-efficient

On-time project management and procurement are some of the basic pillars of working on any of the projects with CBL.

Competence

Whether it is data, technical drawings or documents, we offer support at every phase–from conception to commissioning.

Single point of responsibility

Single point of responsibility ensures higher efficiency, quality, and ease of coordination.

Customization

Individual solutions can be created through customised dimensioning and equipping of the power generation systems.

Global Experience

7 GW

Power installed globally IPP

1.4 GW

CHP installed globally

500

Service engineers

Rapid ROI

Fast payback of CHP Installation

Flexible and reliable EPC power solution

CBL’s EPC power plant service experts work closely with customers for sustained power generation, equipment safety, performance, stability, availability, and efficiency.

  • Three decades of excellence, experience in design and engineering
  • Co-generation solutions operating on Biomass and Fossil fuel
  • Strict quality control in procurement, construction & operations
  • Highly experienced power plant engineers, designers, and PM
  • Strict timelines through state-of-the-art processes
  • Save operations and maintenance costs for businesses.

EPC power plant fuel type

We take up EPC/Turn-Key Power Plant; that is, we take up the complete responsibility of designing, procurement, installation, and commissioning the project.
  • Rice Husk
  • Wood Chips
  • Bagasse
  • Biomass pellets
  • Biomass briquette
  • Indian coal
  • Imported coal
  • Petcoke
  • Natural gas

Captive Power Plants

With the increasing irregularity of grid power, industries started using captive power as a full-time power source. Captive power proved to be reliable and cost-effective in the long run.

Benefits of captive power plants

Distributed generation facilitates high fuel efficiency along with minimizing losses associated with the transmission of electricity from centralized power plants

  • ESecurity of power supply and resilience through self-generation
  • EReduced costs through high fuel efficiency
  • EImproved environmental performance due to fuel efficiency

Combined Heat and Power (CHP) – Cogeneration

Combined heat and power (CHP) is the simultaneous cogeneration of electricity and heat. Cogeneration is a highly efficient form of energy conversion. It can achieve primary energy savings of approximately 40% compared to the separate purchase of electricity

Benefits of CHP – Cogeneration

The high efficiency of a CHP plant compared with conventional bought in electricity and site-produced heat provides a number of benefits including:

  • EOn site production of power
  • EReduced energy costs
  • EReduction in emissions

The salient features

  • CHP is a highly sustainable electricity and heat source with renewable fuel
  • Reduce transportation and distribution losses hence cut cost drastically
  • Being a localized source of power generation, it can help improve a site’s resilience
  • Improve overall performance of the electricity transmission and distribution network

Independent Power Generation

Independent power producers (IPPs) develop, own, and operate power plants to generate electricity. IPPs seek the most cost-effective and reliable power plant offerings to serve the demands.

Benefits of IPP

IPPs seek to build the lowest capital expenditure solutions. CBL power plants offer the desired combination of a fast start and ramping capability with low capital investment.

The salient features

  • It is a highly sustainable electricity and heat source with renewable fuel
  • Reduce transportation and distribution losses hence cut cost drastically
  • Improve overall performance of the electricity transmission and distribution network