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BHEL supplied equipment adds 3,525 MW from April to mid-November 2011 Print E-mail
Written by Ganesh   
Friday, 02 December 2011
New Delhi: During the period April to mid-November 2011, capacity addition with BHEL supplied equipment has been 3,525 MW and additionally, the Company has synchronized 1,298 MW which is awaiting customer and other inputs for full commissioning.

During 2010-11, the Country achieved a capacity addition of 6,333 MW through BHEL supplied equipments. This could have been 8,108 MW had the required customer & other inputs been made available on time.

BHEL's major scope of work in 15,311 MW out of 19,731 MW utility thermal power projects commissioned during the 11th Plan period till mid-November 2011 having main plant equipment supplied by the Company, is limited to Boiler and Turbine Generator & their Auxiliaries.

The remaining scope of work like Civil work, Balance of Plants (BoPs) such as Coal Handling Plant, Ash Handling Plant, DM Plant, Switchyard etc. are under the scope of project developer. In some cases, certain items & packages like Station Control & Instrumentation (C&I), Electrical and other BHEL manufactured items and equipment are also included in the scope of work for the Company.

 
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