BHEL commissions captive power plant at Hazira

Reliance Industries has been getting turbines from BHEL for their refineries and petrochemical complex

GN Bureau | November 29, 2016


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 A 93 MW steam turbine-based captive power plant (CPP) has been commissioned by Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) for Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) at Hazira in Gujarat. 

BHEL is also setting up a 3x93 MW steam turbine-based CPP for RIL at Dahej in Gujarat. The CPPs are being set up to meet the power requirements of RIL’s refinery projects at Hazira and Dahej, said a press release.
 
With the commissioning of the Hazira based unit, BHEL has so far commissioned two units each at the Hazira and Dahej projects. The remaining three units are also planned for commissioning during the current financial year.
 
Notably, Reliance Industries has been getting steam turbines and gas turbines from BHEL for their refineries and petrochemical complex at Jamnagar, Dahej, Hazira and Patalganga.
 
BHEL is aggressively pursuing opportunities in its industrial segments, apart from conventional power utilities. 
 

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