BHEL unveils hydro electric project in Telangana

Power generation from Pulichintala project will reduce greenhouse gas emissions

GN Bureau | November 15, 2018


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With the commissioning of the fourth and final 30 MW hydro generating unit, BHEL has successfully commissioned the 120 MW Pulichintala Hydro Electric Project (HEP) in Telangana. The other three units of the 4x30 MW Pulichintala HEP, commissioned earlier by BHEL are already operational.

 
Suryapet  district-based  greenfield  project  has  been  set  up  for Telangana  State  Power  Generation  Corporation  Limited  (TSGENCO)  on  the  river Krishna. Power generation from Pulichintala  HEP will  contribute  significantly  in reduction of greenhouse gas emissions towards achieving a low carbon development path for the nation. 
 
BHEL was entrusted with execution of the electro-mechanical package for the project  comprising  supply  and  supervision  of  erection  and  commissioning  of  four  sets of vertical  kaplan  turbines  and  generators  of  30  MW  capacity  each  along  with  the associated auxiliary equipment.

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