BHEL secures the order for setting up the 2x800 MW supercritical thermal power project in Chhattisgarh

After the engineering PSU received a Rs 15,530 crore order from the government-run NTPC for a thermal power plant on August 31, its shares increased 1.7 percent to reach a 52-week high. The order was given just a few days after BHEL received orders worth Rs 2,242 crore from NHPC and Rs 4,000 crore from an Adani Power subsidiary.

 

The 2x800 MW Supercritical Thermal Power Project Stage-II at Lara in Chhattisgarh will be installed by BHEL for the NTPC. The order was won through International Competitive Bidding.

The work includes design, engineering, manufacture, supply, construction, testing and commissioning with civil as well as structural works for the EPC package with steam generator capable of biomass co-firing, steam turbine, generator & auxiliaries, emission control systems, control and instrumentation.

 

The Unit-1 is to be executed in 48 months and Unit-2 in 52 months. According to the company, BHEL would also provide boilers, turbines, generators, as well as oversee, install, and commission a 2x800 MW power project of Mahan Energen Ltd, an Adani Power wholly-owned subsidiary, at Bandhaura in Madhya Pradesh.

 

Source: Media Reports

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