STATE-OWNED power equipment maker Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (Bhel) has bagged a Rs 4,015-crore order from Hindalco Industries for supplying boilers, turbines and generators at its 900 mw captive power plant in Orissa.
“Amid stiff competition from domestic and international companies, including Chinese majors, Bhel has bagged an order from Hindalco Industries for the supply and setting up of the main plant package for its upcoming captive power unit at Aditya Aluminium in Sambalpur district of Orissa,” a company statement said.
Hindalco recently placed a similar order with Bhel for the main plant package of its 900 mw captive power unit in Madhya Pradesh.
The equipment for both the projects will be manufactured and supplied by Bhel’s manufacturing units in Trichy, Hyderabad, Bhopal, Bangalore and Ranipet. The company has bagged the order for 12 units of 150 mw sets from Hindalco. “It is the largest captive power plant order placed by any industry in India and also the largest order won by Bhel in its industrial business segment,” the statement said.
These captive power plants of 900 mw capacity each at Mahan and Aditya Aluminium are key to the expansion plans of Hindalco.
Bhel has fully-established, state-of-the-art technology for manufacturing thermal sets up to 1,000 mw rating suited to Indian conditions using Indian as well as imported coal. The company has also introduced new rating thermal sets of 270 mw, 525 mw and 600 mw to meet customer demand.
Bhel currently manufactures equipment that can generate 10,000 mw power and is further augmenting capacity to 15,000 mw per annum by December 2009.
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