The nuclear industry in India has been expanding rapidly during the last 20 years. Continuous support from the government, and the persistent drive to power the nation using clean, emission free nuclear power has allowed this industry to thrive in the last decades
In 1999, Kay Bouvet began its collaboration with the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) and we have progressively expanded our operations as demand increased. Having contributed to 2 of the 3 stages in the Indian Nuclear Power Program, we are fully committed to realizing the goal of achieving 63,000MW of installed capacity by 2032.
Over the years, we have gained experience in a wide range of components for the nuclear island, balance of plant and conventional island. We have also collaborated with BARC for development of research prototypes.
Our project experience spans:
We work with some of the biggest corporations in the nuclear industry in India, helping them make the Indian Nuclear Power Program come true.
With over 40,000m2 of workshop, 3 manufacturing units, and single piece handling capacity of up to 200 Tons, our workshops are up to the task of producing some of the biggest equipment in the industry.
It is not only in size that our workshop excels, but also in precision. We own the latest machinery imported from Europe's best machine producers, mainly from Germany. It is thanks to this machinery and our specialized team of engineers operating them that we are able to manufacture specialized equipment to the requirements of our esteemed clients.
We have received numerous international certifications that qualify us for the manufacturing of specialized equipment:
Moreover, the Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) has recently qualified us as an EPC contractor for the supply of a Waste Management & Heavy Water Upgradation plant, an achievement that highlights not only our high grade manufacturing capabilities but also our management excellence, a prerequisite for such a large scale project.