The power sector ranked sixth among the leading sectors of the Indian economy, The power ministry has set a target for adding 79690 MW non-renewable and 18500 MW renewable capacity in the 12th Plan (2012-17) and 79200 MW non-renewable and 30500 MW renewable capacity in the 13th Five-Year Plan (2017-2022). With the promise of Power Sector booming up, KMC is geared up to vitalize its capacitance on energy generation on a significant scale. KMC is actively pursuing on first generation power utilities and looks to execution of a number of Power projects dotted across India.
KMC is committed to continually upgrading its skills to meet challenges of the future. The company aims to provide products and services based on efficient and environmental-friendly technology, convene customer expectations of quality and delivery.
While envisaging its foray into conventional power generation processes such as thermal and hydroelectric projects, KMC is also actively exploring generation of power through non conventional power production sources such as Solar, windmills and even seawater on the coastal belt. Though the extent of likely investment is quite high in these areas KMC is already placing plans afoot for entry into these exclusive domains. The versatility of the projects that KMC is venturing into has put us in the forefront of the higher-end players in the infrastructure industry of India.