BHEL unveils 270 MW thermal unit in Maharashtra

BHEL claims that it is a market leader in the Indian power sector with a vast installed base of around 1,80,000 MW of power plant equipment globally

GN Bureau | May 26, 2017


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Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has added another feather to its cap by successfully commissioning another 270 MW thermal unit at RattanIndia Nasik Power Limited’s 5x270 MW thermal power project at Sinnar (Nasik) in Maharashtra.
 
This is the fourth unit to be commissioned in this project. BHEL claimed that the target has been achieved within 35 days of commissioning of the third unit.
So far, BHEL has successfully commissioned 14 sets of 270 MW rating in the country, including nine sets for the RattanIndia group.
 
Thermal sets of 270 MW rating are an in-house improvisation of the earlier version supplied by BHEL. The enterprise claimed that its thermal sets have been performing much above the national average as well as international benchmarks. BHEL’s customers also enjoy the advantage of assured and prompt after sales service, it said.
BHEL is the market leader in the Indian power sector with a vast installed base of around 1,80,000 MW of power plant equipment globally.
 
BHEL’s scope of work in the project envisaged design, engineering, manufacture, supply, erection and commissioning of steam turbines, generators, boilers, associated auxiliaries and electricals, besides state-of-the-art controls & instrumentation (C&I) and electrostatic precipitators (ESPs).
 

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