REC Ltd, RVNL sign Rs 35,000 crore MoU

REC Restricted, a Maharatna Focal Public Area Venture (CPSE) under the Service of Force, has marked a Notice of Grasping (MoU) with Rail Vikas Nigam Restricted (RVNL) to stretch out monetary help of up to Rs. 35,000 crore for foundation projects throughout the following five years. The understanding envelops a wide range of undertakings, including multi-modular strategies centers, rail foundation, street improvement, port offices, and metro projects that RVNL is wandering into.
Ajoy Choudhury, chief (finance) of REC, and Rajesh Prasad, chief (activities) of RVNL, inked the agreement, cementing the joint effort between the two elements. Other key authorities, VK Dewangan, CMD of REC; Sanjeeb Kumar, chief (finance) of RVNL; and Anupam Boycott, DPE of RVNL, were additionally present.


REC Restricted, laid out in 1969, is a “Maharatna” Focal Public Area Endeavor (CPSE) that works under the Service of Force. Represent considerable authority in giving long haul monetary arrangements, REC has generally centered around the power framework area, covering age, transmission, dispersion, environmentally friendly power, and arising advancements like electric vehicles, battery capacity, and green hydrogen.
Lately, REC has extended its portfolio to incorporate non-power foundation areas like streets and freeways, metro rail, air terminals, IT correspondence, social and business framework (instructive establishments, emergency clinics), ports, and electro-mechanical (E&M) works for areas like steel and processing plant. The organization’s advance book surpasses Rs 4,74,275 crore.


Rail Vikas Nigam Restricted (RVNL), delegated a “Timetable ‘A’ Navratna” CPSE under the Service of Rail lines, assumes a urgent part in satisfying around 30% of Indian Rail lines’ foundation needs. Past rail route projects, RVNL has wandered into street advancement, port offices, water system, and metro projects, frequently interconnected with rail route foundation.
The marking of this MoU marks a critical stage towards funding key foundation drives, adding to India’s development direction.
Toward the finish of 2023, REC stocks saw the most significant yields of 254% among every one of the 13 Maharatnas, trailed by Power Money Company, which accomplished an increase of 238%, as indicated by a report by Mint.

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