PSG has successfully designed, manufactured, supplied, tested, and commissioned many challenging projects.
Kirloskar Electric executed the first co-generation project in Karnataka, for Ugar Sugar (30 MW) in the year 2000.
Kirloskar Electric has also executed such co-generation projects for Prabhulingeshwara Sugar (16 MW) & Varalakshmi Sugar (20 MW ) in Karnataka.
Co-Generation: 'Combined Generation' by conversion of energy contained in a fuel into two or more usable forms.
PSG formed this group to meet the challenges of power generation using non-conventional energy sources.
PSG has expertise and experience in following main projects:
With state-of-the art manufacturing support, PSG has received challenging and reputed orders from all over India. It has provided solutions from the project concept to commissioning by integrating design, supply and installation for large projects.
The central philosophy of PSG is to offer a complete system of electric control and automation that is handled by us as a single source.
PSG has developed expertise in design, engineering, supply, erection and commissioning of electrical switchyards up to 220 kV.
PSG has successfully commissioned total electrics including switchyard and plant electrification for Toyota Kirloskar, Sulzer Flowel, KFIL, NALCO, BFL, Enercon, Hero-Cycles, DGS & D Port Blair, just to highlight a few valuable clients from the total list.
PSG, in association with General Electric Drive System USA, had supplied the total electrics & automation package of 2 million tonnes per annum to the steel hot strip mill of Essar Steel Ltd. in Gujarat, India.
High temperature exhaust gases are used for better energy recycling.
We cater to the requirements of power plants and offer complete electrics like generator and associated controls for diesel, small hydel projects, wind power plants, and co-generation plants.
PSG designed and executed a complete electrical system for the country's first co-generation plant at Tasco Cheyyar (5MW) in Tamil Nadu, Ugar Sugar (32MW) in Karnataka, and thereafter developed many co-generation plants.
Surplus energy is converted into electrical energy.