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Intergen Energy Limited ('IEL') is an Indian publicly limited engineering company incorporated on 2011 under the Companies Act 1956 (No. 1 of 1956).
The company is active within the fields of water and Sewage Treatment, Infrastructure and Renewable Energy, and designs, develops and implements projects both on EPC and BOO/T bases. Intergen operates within Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
Intergen Energy Limited has completed a number of government and non government assignment including the engineering of several water and sewage treatment plants and large rural and urban water supply schemes including solar powered water treatment plants across a number of locations and states. IEL is also doing a number of EPC projects with regards to construction of roads and other infrastructure projects.
Intergen Energy Limited endeavors to provide state-of-the-art technology whilst employing a flexible approach which ensures that indirect costs are kept low, and in turn that profitability is maximized. Intergen Energy Limited works on a strict delivery procedures so as to ensure timely completions and a large turnaround of projects.
Intergen Energy Limited holds ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 certifications, and is an approved MNRE (Ministry of New and Renewable Energy) channel partner and accredited system integrator.
The company started with an initial focus in the water and sewage treatment space, in which it sources, conceives, develops and executes EPC contracts, Government tenders and BOOS projects. The company has a particularly strong presence in the North East of India, where it has set itself apart thanks to its ability to work on some of the most challenging terrains and landscapes which India has to offer. The quality of execution which Intergen has demonstrated has been noted by both Government bodies and private companies alike.
As its reputation grew, the company was solicited for work outside of India, and seeing a very similar requirement to that in India, formed a joint venture partnership with Stallion Group, a leading West African business conglomerate, to develop solar-powered water treatment systems in Nigeria. As it established itself within Nigeria, Intergen was approached to become part of the Eko Atlantic City project, Nigeria's largest ever land reclamation project which when complete will house 400,000 residents and 250,000 business people. Intergen was approached to provide the project with water and sewage treatment systems, and solar street lighting also. The company is currently assessing potential similar opportunities for water treatment solutions elsewhere in Africa and in the Middle East also.