BHEL wins power projects in Gujarat

Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd has been awarded two power projects: one each in Maharashtra and Gujarat. BHEL has been awarded a contract worth Rs 599 crore, for execution of the 250-mw New Parli Thermal Power Station extension project in Beed district of Maharashtra, located about 280 km from Aurangabad. The project is being developed by Maharashtra State Electricity Board and envisages the installation of a single 250-mw coal-based generating unit, entailing an investment of Rs 1053 crore. The second contract, valued at Rs 197 crore, pertains to the setting up of a single 75-mw lignite-based power unit at Kutch Lignite TPS in Gujarat. The Kutch power plant of Gujarat Electricity Board will adopt Circulating Fluidised Bed Combustion (CFBC) technology, specifically designed to utilise low grade fuels like lignite, high-ash coal, washery rejects and petroleum coke. The scope of work in both the contracts covers design, engineering, manufacture, supply, erection and commissioning of main plant package along with associated auxiliaries including electricals, controls and instrumentation, transformers and electrostatic precipitator. Both the contracts are to be executed within 31-32 months from the date of their award.




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