BHEL to build two 765 kV substations in WB

Maharatna PSU bags its largest value engineering, procurement and construction order

GN Bureau | November 8, 2017


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 Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has secured a major order for setting up two 765 kV substations on engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) basis in West Bengal.

Valued at over Rs 350 crore, this is the largest value 765kV substation project order for BHEL so far. With this, BHEL has maintained its undisputed leadership in the 765 kV power transmission segment.
 
The order has been placed on the enterprise by Powergrid Medinipur-Jeerat Transmission Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Powergrid.
BHEL would construct two large sized greenfield, 765/400 kV substations at Medinipur and Jeerat near Kolkata which strengthen the 765 kV system in the eastern region.
 
The substations would be commissioned within 30 months. The project shall be engineered and delivered by BHEL on total turnkey basis.
 

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