ORIX Corporation (“ORIX”), a leading integrated financial services group, and INFRASTRUCTURE LEASING & FINANCIAL SERVICE LIMITED (“IL&FS”), an infrastructure development and finance company, today announced that they will expand the wind energy platform with a total capacity of 1,004 MW in India. ORIX has been a significant shareholder in IL&FS since 1993 and the partnership is targeted to also achieve a large-scale solar capacity in the coming years. ORIX has invested in 49% of the equity of the Wind Platform of IL&FS aggregating to 1,004 MW, of which 775 MW is operational, and the balance is under construction. In this project, total 26 wind power plants will be built in seven states where wind conditions are better than other parts of India. The generated power will be mainly sold to state power companies under the feed-in tariff scheme as well as to commercial-scale utility customers.
IL&FS Clusters plans to launch an e-platform to bring multiple SMEs together and link them with financing agencies, financial advisors and technology and marketing consultants.
Waste from construction sites will now be reused to make tiles and other building materials with East Delhi getting its first such recycling plant. The construction and demolition (C&D) waste recycling plant at Shastri Nagar was inaugurated by East Delhi MP Manoj Tiwari on Sunday. Spread over 2.5 acres, the plant is a public private partnership between the East Delhi Municipal Corporation and Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS).
Computer-based education in government schools in the Union Territory will now get a fillip with the Department of School Education launching the ICT@schools project, a Central scheme after a gap of 10 years. IL&FS Education and Technology Services Limited has been selected for the supply of computers, education software and other management systems.
The Indian Army, as part of the 68th Army Day 2016 Celebrations, conducted an Indian Army Skills Symposium in collaboration with the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). The Army delegates visited IL&FS Skill Development Centre located at Okhla. The visit gave an opportunity to the Indian Army leadership to witness the training standards and norms as prevalent in the industry and explore possible avenues to partner with them in this field.
Mother Dairy, whose about 400 Safal outlets in the Delhi-NCR region sell vegetables and fruits, juices, pulses, and spices, will now sell organic compost made by IL&FS Environment to households and farmers. “In the next two-three months, we hope to take this compost to about 5,000 farmers who work with us on a daily basis,” said Nagarajan S, Managing Director, Mother Dairy Fruits & Vegetables Private Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of National Dairy Development Board.
To meet the challenge of handling this projected exponential growth in traffic; Indian ports will need to improve their operational effeciencies in addition to increasing their capacity as, when compared to international benchmarks, there is a huge scope of improvement in various operational parameters of Indian Ports. IMICL’s view on increasing effeciencies in its projects in Ports focused Infrastructure Today December 2015.
The central government and the jail administration have started a massive skill development drive to train 1200 inmates in numerous employable skills. IL&FS Skills has been identified by the ministry to provide training to inmates.
Indian Diadactic Association has recognised IL&FS Education as the ICT Company in Education for the year 2015. This Award is one of the highest recognition, globally recognized for setting Industry benchmark on Innovation, Implementation, Impact, Sustainability and Scalability.