NEW DELHI: Government owned power equipment maker Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) has bagged an order worth Rs 1475 crore for a 600 MW thermal power plant in Chattisgarh. BHEL will supply the main plant package for the greenfield power project.

NEW DELHI: Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) on Thursday stated that its thermal power-generating sets produced over four per cent more electricity in 2008-09 than the previous fiscal beating even the national average and setting a new record.

NTPC, NHPC, PowerGrid and DVC to invest Rs 200 crore in the joint venture.
BS Reporter / New Delhi April 12, 2009, 0:14 IST

In an attempt to cut down the delays in power projects caused by the lack of a proper equipment testing facility in India, the power ministry has got four Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) to form a joint venture to set up a domestic testing facility.

In BHEL, Bhopal, Heavy Rotating Plant Division for the first time successfully tested 3 Hydro Generators (Motors) for Nettampadu, Kalwakurthy Stage-3 and Koil Sagar in quick succession during this financial year. BHEL, Bhopal has added another feather in its cap by testing third Hydrogenerator in a year and crossed the record of works testing 2 Hydro Generators in a year.

TIRUCHI: R.S. Sharma, Chairman and Managing Director, National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) reviewed the contract status for its various projects under implementation at Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Tiruchi, on Thursday.

Promises 24-hour power from March

Guru Hargobind Thermal Plant

P B Jayakumar / Mumbai November 28, 2008, 0:37 IST

Bharat Heavy Electricals (Bhel) plans to acquire companies in the non-conventional energy and transmission business to more than double its turnover to Rs 50,000 crore in the next five years.

Efforts are on to increase electricity generation in the state thereby making it self-reliant in respect of its power requirements. In this direction, the two new units at Sarni would generate 500 megawatts electricity additionally in the next three years.

State-run Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) on Monday announced it has bagged a Rs 1,150 crore turnkey contract for setting up an energy-efficient 153-MW captive power plant at Bhatinda in Punjab. The Rs 1,150 -crore order has been placed on the company by HMEL, a joint venture of HPCL and Mittal Energy Ltd. "Under international competitive bidding (ICB), the company won the contract to set up environment-friendly 153-MW captive power plant at the upcoming Guru Gobind Singh Refinery at Bhatinda,' a company release said.

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