BHEL and NPCIL sign MoU for collaboration for nuclear power plants business

State-run PSUs Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) and Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) have entered into an MoU to jointly pursue business opportunities in the area of Nuclear Power Plants based on Pressurized Heavy Water Reactor (PHWR) technology. 

Under the MoU, BHEL and NPCIL will jointly explore opportunities for the development of Nuclear Power Projects with a view to reduce project gestation time.

The collaboration of the two major Public Sector Enterprises will pave the way for early implementation of non-polluting and long-cycle Nuclear Power Projects, which will also complement the G20 theme of environmental sustainability and contribute towards a cleaner & greener future.

BHEL is a leading manufacturer of power plant equipment (nuclear, hydro, thermal, and renewables) and is the only Indian company to be actively associated with all three stages of the Indian Nuclear Programme (1st Stage PHWR, 2nd Stage FBR and 3rd Stage AHWR), providing sustainable and customer centric solutions for over five decades. The company has the capability to design, engineer, manufacture & supply, Primary side (Reactor Headers, End Shields, etc.) as well as the Secondary side (Steam Turbines, Generators, Heat Exchangers, etc.) equipment for Nuclear Power Plants. BHEL has supplied Steam Turbine Generator sets for nearly 50% of the country’s total installed nuclear capacity.

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