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"Heavy Engineering Industry to Witness Opportunities in Nuclear Power, Defence and Process Sector"
Customers are becoming more demanding and also looking for long term partnerships, based on trust and transparency. The organizations need to be agile in responding in time, to customer queries. Customers nowadays expects complete transparency from suppliers and are interested in long term relationship which will help both parties in the long run says S N Roy, Member of Board & Whole-time Director, L&T (Power, Heavy Engineering & Defence) in an exclusive interview with Chemical Engineering World.
S N Roy,
Member of Board & Whole-time Director,
L&T (Power, Heavy Engineering & Defence)
"Regain Momentum to Achieve Nuclear Power Targets"
"Indian capability for capacity addition is a lot more. We have unfortunately lost a lot of time and the need of the hour is to go past the hurdles and pick up speed. If the momentum is generated, then by 2032, we can even now add more than 30,000 MW of nuclear power," says Dr Anil Kakodkar, INAE Satish Dhawan Chair of Engineering Eminence, Member Atomic Energy Commission, BARC, in an exclusive interview with Mittravinda Ranjan while recounting the journey of nuclear power in India, the hurdles and roadmap India must follow to increase nuclear addition capacity to meet future energy demand.
Dr Anil Kakodkar,
INAE Satish Dhawan Chair of Engineering Eminence,
Member Atomic Energy Commission, BARC,