Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) recently announced in a press release that it has stowed orders worth Rs 3,200 crore for hydro projects in the state of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
The request for electro-mechanical (E&M) works for the 12 x 80-megawatt Polavaram hydropower project in Andhra Pradesh visualizes production and supply of India’s most elevated unit rating Kaplan hydro turbines, the organization said.
The Polavaram project being created by Andhra Pradesh Power Generation Corporation Ltd is situated in East Godavari locale of the state.
BHEL said the siphon engine sets request for lift water system plans projects in Telangana incorporates 15 sets (1,992 MW) for Kaleshwaram lift irrigation schemes (LIS) and 13 sets (1,885 MW) for Palamuru Rangareddy LIS. These LIS projects are being created by the state’s Irrigation and CAD Department.
BHEL is additionally executing another request for 18 siphon engine sets of Palamuru Rangareddy LIS in Telangana. The extent of work in all ventures incorporates configuration, designing, assembling, supply, and management of erection, testing, and dispatching of the gear and related associations.
At any rate 13 players – including GMR, Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC), L&T Infrastructure Development Projects, Bharat Heavy Electricals, and Welspun Enterprises – have been shortlisted by the Indian Railways for working private trains in 12 groups.
In another shock to China, India would progressively end the act of obtainment of containers from the neighboring nation and will rather give a golden opportunity to Indian organizations — Braithwaite and BHEL — would now produce these products transporters, giving a lift to Make-in-India and Atmanirbhar Bharat activities.
Till now the Container Corporation (Concor), a railroad auxiliary, was bringing in around 10,000 containers in a year from China taking into account the prerequisite of the rail area in the nation as there was no Indian player associated with assembling it.
State-possessed engineering framework company, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited on Wednesday said it has won a request from the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL).
It has sacked the request for supply of 32 Reactor Header Assemblies to NPCIL, an organization proclamation said.
The request has been won under NPCIL’s armada mode obtainment for India’s most elevated evaluated natively created 700 MWe Pressurized Heavy Water Reactors (PHWR) to be set up at four unique areas in the nation, BHEL educated the Bombay Stock Exchange.
Altogether, this is the principal gear request set by NPCIL under the Fleet Mode Procurement program and will give a driving force to homegrown assembling, it said.
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BHEL said it has been a critical accomplice in the advancement of the hydropower area of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana with its sets representing 72 percent and 44 percent of the introduced limit individually.
State-run designing firm BHEL on Tuesday said it is keen on indigenization of in excess of 300 things across nine classifications with a plan to getting imported things fabricated in India.
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BHEL has been leading the Make in India development with an extraordinary spotlight on adding to the AatmaNirbhar Bharat Abhiyan, a BHEL proclamation said.
Besides, BHEL sets represent 45 percent of India’s all-out introduced hydropower limit.