BHEL commissions 2 hydropower generating units in Arunachal Pradesh
Energy saved is Energy Produced”, that’s one of the most important slogans, and BHEL is setting an example out of it by producing clean and reusable energy from Hydroelectric projects.
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has successfully commissioned two units of 4×150 MW Kameng Hydroelectric Project (HEP) in Arunachal Pradesh. Notably, this is often the most important unit rating (150 MW) for hydropower generating sets within the state of Arunachal Pradesh.
BHEL’s scope within the project comprises design, manufacture, supply, installation, and commissioning of 4×150 MW Vertical. Francis Turbines & matching Synchronous Generators, Transformers, Control & Monitoring (SCADA) System alongside associated auxiliaries. the Francis turbine commissioned within the project is meant to work at the rated head of 501 meters, making it the very best head Francis Type Hydro Turbine within the country. On commissioning of all four units, the project is going to be ready to generate 3,353 Million Units (MU) of unpolluted electricity annually.
BHEL has made significant contributions to the hydro sector of Arunachal Pradesh and has commissioned 710 MW of hydropower projects within the state thus far, accounting for around 84% of the entire installed capacity within the state. In the current projects, the equipment is supplied by BHEL’s manufacturing units at Bhopal, Jhansi, Rudrapur, and Bengaluru, while erection and commissioning on-site were administered by the company’s Power Sector – Eastern Region division, Kolkata.
BHEL is presently executing hydroelectric projects of 5.8 GW, which incorporates 2.6 GW of projects within the country and three .2 GW abroad. additionally, BHEL is additionally completing comprehensive renovation and modernization of quite 699 MW hydro projects across the country.
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BHEL’s hydro plants are successfully performing in India and across the planet, including countries like Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bhutan, Malaysia, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Rwanda, Thailand, New Zealand, Nepal and Vietnam and producing clean and reusable energy for a better future.
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