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Rolls-Royce has made a compelling proposition to the Indian Navy, offering its proven MT30 marine turbine engine along with a complete Transfer of Technology (ToT) package. This move aims to power the next generation of larger Indian warships, including the planned aircraft carrier.

The MT30 boasts a proven track record, successfully powering the massive 65,000-tonne HMS Queen Elizabeth, the United Kingdom’s aircraft carrier. This engine’s capabilities make it a strong contender for powering India’s upcoming large warships.

The proposal involves local production of the MT30 engine by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), a key Indian aerospace and defence company. This collaboration would not only fulfil the Navy’s needs but also boost India’s self-reliance in naval propulsion technology.

The MT30 engine offers impressive versatility. It can be configured to operate in either mechanical, electrical or even hybrid drive configurations. This adaptability allows for customization based on the specific requirements of different warship designs.

The Indian Navy’s decision regarding the MT30 engine will be crucial for the future of its fleet. If accepted, this collaboration with Rolls-Royce has the potential to be a game-changer, propelling India towards a more powerful and self-sufficient naval force.

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