Good Stocks that benefit from nuke deal

Left sources say that the Left has taken a decision to withdraw its support to the UPA. It will issue a formal statement on withdrawal of support shortly. The Left will approach the President tomorrow. If the nuclear deal goes ahead, companies like L&T, BHEL, NTPC, Areva T&D, Alstom Projects, Rolta, HCC, ABB, Crompton Greaves, Siemens stand to gain.




L&T has done engineering, procurement and construction projects for nuke power plants. It is currently working on the 2,000 MW Kudankulam nuclear project.  The company will get into mainstream nuclear projects if the deal goes through. L&T's talks with Toshibha failed. It entered into a recent tie-up with Mitsubishi for super critical boilers. The Mitsubishi technology would be used for Nuclear Power Corp. L&T may leverage its relationship with Mitsubishi for its other nuclear business.




BHEL supplies up to 500 MW of equipment to Nuclear Power Corp. It is looking for a tie up manufacturing equipment of up to 700 MW & 1500 MW. The company has been in talks with Alstom, GE Energy, Russia's LMZ and Siemens. It has an existing tie-up with Siemens for nuclear technology.




The company is in talks with Nuclear Power Corporation of India. It is looking at setting up 2000 MW nuclear plant. He is In talks with GE Energy for technology and fuel. NTPC is looking at the project to be operational by 2012-2013.


Areva T&D


Areva T&D is looking at a plant for uranium mining and recycling. The plant would be set up after nod from Nuclear Power Corp.


Alstom Projects


The company already makes nuclear reactors and rotors. Its parent company is a world leader in conventional nuclear projects. It makes turbines for nuclear power stations. It supplies steam turbines to over 30% of nuke power stations globally.




The Rolta-Stone and Webster joint venture competent provides reactor-building technology. It will leverage on its partner's core competency. Stone & Webster's parent has 20% in Westinghouse Electric, a nuclear reactor maker.


Gammon has undertaken turnkey construction for nuclear projects.




HCC has constructed four of seven nuclear power projects in India. It is an EPC contractor for nuclear projects.




ABB makes components for power projects. Its parent company's exposure includes new

nuclear power plants, systems and components. The parent company's exposure includes fuel services, waste management and decommissioning.


Crompton Greaves


Crompton Greaves works with Nuclear Power Corporation of India. It has completed a switchyard for nuclear project.


Walchandnagar Industries makes critical equipment for India's nuclear power facilities.


Siemens has a marginal exposure through its parent company.


Reliance Energy plans to invest additional Rs 12,000 crore in nuclear power capacity. It plans to install 2000 MW of nuclear power capacity.


Tata Power has tied up with some major nuclear equipment suppliers like Areva. It already has a relationship with Toshiba; it will leverage on it.