India’s McNally Bharat Engineering bags 500MW EPC order in Andhra Pradesh

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The order is valued at INR4.15 billion (US$ 63.3 million). Flickr: Pranav

Kolkata-based engineering firm McNally Bharat Engineering has received an order to perform EPC and O&M services for 500MW of grid-connected solar PV projects in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, according to a Bombay Stock Exchange filing.

The company will also carry out design, engineering, manufacturing, supply and commissioning on behalf of the utility Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corporation Limited.

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The order is valued at INR4.15 billion (US$63.3 million).

McNally, which is part of the Williamson Magor Group, provides engineering solutions across a range of power and metal industries among others, having set up more than 350 plants since 1961.

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