Indian energy-based company seeking Guyanese joint venture

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Uttam Energy Limited (UEL), based in Pune, Maharashtra, India is seeking a joint venture with companies in the civil construction industry in Guyana.

The company says it offers “the highest quality, most technologically advanced, and the most reliable solutions” in co-generation plants, captive power plants, biomass based independent power plants, waste to energy plants, as well as equipment and services for energy and power.

UEL was incorporated in 2012, taking over the legacy of LIPI Boilers, which had over four decades of experience in the field of boilers.

“Our expertise lies in the firing of all types of solid fuels including non-conventional and challenging biomass. Plants supplied by us produce more than 5000 tons of steam every hour and over 500MWe of green energy by consuming close to 2000 tons of green, environmentally friendly fuel every hour,” the company says.

Managing Director, Balram Adlakha says the company wants to differentiate itself by offering the highest quality of engineering, manufacturing, and project management. “Our group has been associated with quality since its inception, and it’s with a great sense of duty that we work to constantly maintain and surpass this legacy,” he is quoted as saying in a presentation shared with members of Guyana’s business community.

UEL says it follows quality standards in line with ISO 9001 certification and safety according to OHSAS 18001 certification.

It extends its facility to manufacture and supply any pressure vessels like steam boilers, steam drum, steam accumulators, deaerator tanks, storage tanks, steam piping and non-pressure part items.

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