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BHEL wins massive Rs 7,300 cr order from TANGEDCO for Udangudi Power Plant

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Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited said it won a Rs 7,300 cr order to set up a 1,320 MW Supercritical Thermal Power Project (TPP) in Tamil Nadu.

Valued at over Rs.7,300 Crore, the order for setting up the 2×660 MW Udangudi TPP has been placed on BHEL by Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Limited (TANGEDCO), it said.

This is the fourth order for supercritical sets finalised in the last three years by TANGEDCO, and all the four orders have been won by BHEL.

The previous three orders viz 2×660 MW Ennore SEZ, 1×800 MW North Chennai Supercritical TPP Stage-Ill and 2×800 MW Uppur TPP were also secured by BHEL on ICB basis, reinforcing its position as the frontrunner in the power generation equipment industry in India.

Located at Udangudi in Thoothukudi district of Tamil Nadu, the greenfield project will be executed by BHEL on Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) basis.

BHEL’s scope of work in the current contract involves design, engineering, manufacture, supply, erection, commissioning and civil works for the entire plant including sea water intake & outfall systems.

The key equipment for the project will be manufactured at BHEL’s Trichy, Haridwar, Bhopal, Ranipet, Hyderabad, Jhansi, Thirumayam and Bengaluru plants.

The company’s Power Sector – Southern Region shall be responsible for civil works, erection and commissioning of the equipment, it added.

“The implementation of the new projects will help foster growth in Tamil Nadu and provide easy access to electricity to the people of the state,” it said.

At present, BHEL has a significant share of 83% in the state’s coal-based generating capacity and has been a major partner in the power development programme of Tamil Nadu.

BHEL is the leading power equipment manufacturer in the country with 50 sets of supercritical boilers and 43 sets of supercritical turbine generators ordered on it. The orders have been received from Central, State as well as Private sector utilities.

It is one of the few government-owned companies that have remained largely competitive despite the entry of big multinational companies.


source: https://ultra.news/t-t/35643/bhel-wins-massive-rs-7300-cr-order-tangedco/

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https://energy.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/power/bhel-bags-rs-7300-crore-contract-for-supercritical-power-project-in-tamil-nadu/62082160


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BHEL-Trichy successfully executed orders from Indonesia Power Plants and other SE Asia Nations


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Ancillaries seek priority in getting BHEL orders

Expressing shock and dismay over alleged “predatory pricing" tactics of a Nagpur-based company, BHEL Small Industries' Association (BHELSSIA) on Friday appealed to the BHEL management to put on hold finalisation of annual tender, for ensuring survival of Tiruchi-based ancillaries struggling for existence for the last few years due to dwindling orders.

The particular company had, the BHELSIA complained, made the lowest quote for 24 out of 38 types of job works, slashing bidding by up to 20% from the existing level, with the purpose of building an order book.

The BHELSIA is apprehensive that the Tiruchi-based ancillaries which should get priority as per MSME policy, had been incapacitated in bidding for 85% of the total orders valued at Rs. 1,600 crore.

Considering the reality that the manufacturing profits is hardly three to five per cent, the BHEL has to take an appropriate decision considering the plight of the 250 ancillary industries with a workforce of over 40,000 labourers, BHELSIA president S. Ashok Sundaresan told media persons.

Fifteen companies have been closed down over the last few years, and about 60 more units were on the verge of closure, facing NPA (Non-Performing Assets) proceedings, BHELSIA president said.

The ancillaries of BHEL in Tiruchi which are famed throughout the country for their fabrication skills will go extinct if a corporate company is allowed to underbid in the tender, Mr Sundaresan said.

BHELSIA’s stand point is that firms in Tiruchi and Tamil Nadu should be given priority in grant of orders. Else, the ancillaries will be left with only two options - either accept the loss making price and incur a loss of Rs. 200 crore, or to go without work for a year, on account of foregoing the business loss of 2.25 lakh tonnes, accounting for 85% of the total annual transaction valued at Rs. 1365 crore, Mr Sundaresan said.

A study by Statistics Department of the State government has firmly recorded the industrial sickness in Tiruchi, and the BHEL order with fair pricing for the current year is the only hope for revival of these ancillaries.

“It is unfair on the part of BHEL to allow a corporate company to wipe out the MSMEs in this region after having asked us to invest in land and machinery and become ancillaries. The BHEL should reject the underbid predatory price and re-orient its tender policy by disclosing fair price”, Mr. Sundaresan said.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 376702.ece


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Product quality needs to be established at design stage

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Quality Month celebration begins in BHEL

The quality of a product must be established during the design phase and achieved through proper control during manufacturing rather than at the inspection and testing of final product stages, R Rajamanohar, Executive Director, BHEL Tiruchi, said on Wednesday.

Consistency in product quality was vital in today’s business environment, he said, addressing a gathering of product and functional heads, representatives of participating unions, engineers and officers’ association, executives’ association and other senior officials, after inaugurating the Quality Month celebration.

Mr. Rajamanohar said the main purpose of the exercise was to raise the level of awareness across the organisation, and encourage development of individuals thereby ensuring prosperity for the organisation.

Mr. Rajamanohar, who is also the Executive Director of Power Plant Piping Unit Thirumayam and Piping Centre, Chennai, said establishment and adherence to systems determines betterment of results and delivering products and services with the same level of consistency and reliability.

Ensuring customer satisfaction through consistently delivering quality products in time was the only way to survive in the present competitive business environment, he said.

Mr. Rajamanohar called upon all employees to re-dedicate themselves to maintain and achieve excellence in quality. Quality pledges were administered to the employees on the occasion. A message from Atul Sobti, Chairman and Managing Director, BHEL for the Quality Month was read out by R. Muthusamy, General Manager, Maintenance and Services. A ceremonial lamp was lit by the senior most employee of BHEL Tiruchi, L. Arokiaraj, General Technician, Boiler Production, to mark the start of the Quality Month.

Over 47 training and lecture programmes have been planned.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/product-quality-needs-to-be-established-at-design-stage/article19978845.ece


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Singareni plans 800 MW capacity expansion

The Singareni Collieries Co Ltd has approved the expansion of the 1,200 MW coal fired thermal power plant, by addition of another unit of 800 MW.

The Board of Directors of the State-owned coal mining company Singareni Collieries, which met here chaired by the Chairman and Managing Director, N Sridhar, approved the expansion plan, while also awarding the contract for development of the project to BHEL.

The 1,200 MW thermal power plant, located at Jaipur in Mancherial district of Telangana State, was completed after the new State was formed. It has been functioning at high plant load factor and has been playing a major role in energy security of the newly carved out State.

In tune with the State Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao's plan to provide energy for all, the State-owned generation company TS Genco and the Sinagreni Collieries have taken up major expansion projects.

This project contract, which entails setting up of an 800 MW super critical thermal power plant, has been awarded to BHEL. The Rs. 5,817-crore order is for the development of the project as an EPC contract covering boiler, generator and turbine (BTG) package.

BHEL was also the contractor for the two units of 600 MW each. It has now been awarded the contract by the State Government on nomination basis, as it is a State-owned enterprise.

The Chief Minister had earlier decided that the power plants would be executed by BHEL. This would augur well for both the State-owned entities but also keep leaders away from making allegations against the award of the contracts.

Recently, the State Government approved the detailed project report prepared by the company. Following this development, expansion is now being undertaken.

The State had also struck a deal with State-owned lenders Power Finance Corporation ans Rural Electrification Corporation for funding various power projects being taken up.

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/new ... 931592.ece


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BHEL starts execution of 4GW Yadadri power project in Telangana, India at acost of Rs 20,000 Crores

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Power equipment maker Bharat Heavy Electricals (Bhel) has commenced the execution of Rs204bn ($3.1bn) Yadadri supercritical thermal power project in the Indian state of Telangana.

Located at Damaracherla in Nalgonda district, the Yadadri thermal power station will be owned by state utility Telangana State Power Generation (TSGENCO) and will comprise five units, each with installed capacity of 800MW.

The execution of the 4,000MW Yadadri supercritical TPP by Bhel follows the issuance of revised letter of intent (LoI) by TSGENCO.

TSGENCO awarded engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to Bhel for the Yadadri project in 2015.

Under the contract, Bhel is responsible for design, engineer, manufacture, supply, construct, erect, test and commission the Yadadri project.

Bhel will manufacture the key equipment for the project at its facilities in Trichy, Haridwar, Hyderabad, Bhopal, Ranipet, Bangalore and Jhansi.

The company has so far commissioned 86% of the coal-based power generation capacity in Telangana.

It said that the order for Yadadri TPP is the single-largest order for the firm as well as the highest value order ever placed in the India power sector.

The project, which will comply with the revised emission regulations, has already secured environmental approval by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEF&CC).

TSGENCO earlier awarded contracts to Bhel to build 800MW supercritical thermal power plant at Kothagudem as well as 4x270MW Bhadradari power plant in Khammam, Telangana.



source: http://fossilfuel.energy-business-review.com/news/bhel-starts-execution-of-4gw-yadadri-power-project-in-telangana-india-241017-5954940


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Bhel starts execution of Rs20,400 crore Yadadri plant in Telangana

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State-run power equipment maker Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (Bhel) Monday said it has commenced execution of Rs20,400 crore Yadadri supercritical thermal power project ordered by Telangana State Power Generation Corporation.

“The execution of the 4,000 MW Yadadri Supercritical Thermal Power Project ordered on Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) by Telangana State Power Generation Corporation Limited (TSGENCO) has commenced with the issuance of revised Letter of Intent by TSGENCO,” Bhel said in a regulatory filing.

Bhel said that the project, valued at approximately Rs20,400 crore, is the single largest order for the company so far and is also the highest value order ever placed in the power sector in India.

“The project has been accorded environmental clearance” and would be compliant with the revised emission norms,” the PSU said. The project is located at Damaracherla in Nalgonda district of Telangana.

Bhel said the Yadadri project will be executed on fast track basis by the company in line with its strategy of focusing on revival of held up projects and their speedy execution. TSGENCO has earlier awarded contracts for 800 MW Kothagudem and 1,080 MW Bhadradri power projects to Bhel, which are under advanced stages of execution.

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BHEL spends Rs. 1.35 crore on cleanliness projects

The Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Tiruchi, has so far spent Rs. 1.35 crore on various cleanliness projects under the Swachh Bharat initiative of the Centre, said R. Rajamanohar, its Executive Director, here recently.

Speaking at the closing ceremony of ‘Swachhta hi Sewa’ fortnight observed at BHEL, Tiruchi, Mr. Rajamanohar said works such as construction of new toilet blocks and renovating old ones in nearby villages, providing financial assistance for construction of 1,000 household toilets in Thuvakudi municipality, providing electrical incinerators to over 150 educational institutions, providing overhead water tanks to nearby villages and cleanliness drive have been taken up under the initiative.

Appreciating the efforts and support of Tiruchi Corporation in carrying out cleanliness activities in nearby areas, Mr. Rajamanohar said that by devoting two hours per week for cleaning their work places and surroundings, employees of BHEL, Tiruchi, have contributed over three lakh man hours for cleanliness drives. N. Ravichandran, Special Officer-cum-Commissioner, Tiruchi Corporation, pointed out that Tiruchi had bagged second place among the cleanest cities in the country in 2015 and stood third and sixth in 2016 and 2017 respectively.

Tiruchi has maintained its rank in top 10 cities in spite of competing with over 4000 cities in the country.

He thanked the residents for their whole hearted cooperation and participation in the efforts of the City Corporation. Enumerating various initiatives including door-to-door collection of garbage, incentives for segregating and depositing waste and opening of micro-compost yards, Mr. Ravichandran said efforts are on to make Tiruchi the cleanest city in the country. Mr. Rajamanohar and Mr. Ravichandran distributed prizes to the winners of various competitions conducted earlier as part of ‘Swachhta hi Sewa’ fortnight among campus school students.

K. Murali, Additional General Manager, and C. Arockiyasamy, Deputy General Manager, Administration, BHEL, Tiruchi, spoke.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 831461.ece


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BHEL staff bag 54% of Vishwakarma awards

15 out of 28 honours

Employees of Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) have bagged the maximum number of Vishwakarma Rashtriya Puraskars among public and private sector companies in the country for 2015.

BHEL employees won 15 out of 28 Vishwakarma awards, which is 54% of the total awards.

Significantly, this is the highest number of awards ever won by any organisation in the country, according to a press release from BHEL, Tiruchi.

The awards were presented by the Union Minister of State, Labour and Employment (Independent Charge), Santosh Kumar Gangwar, at a function held in New Delhi recently.

Fifteen Vishwakarma Rashtriya Puraskars have been shared by 63 employees from the organisation’s Tiruchi, Haridwar, Thirumayam and Hyderabad units for innovative suggestions leading to cost reduction, higher productivity, safety and quality of products.

Accident free

In addition, six National Safety Awards have been won by BHEL’s Tiruchi unit for outstanding achievements in terms of the longest accident-free period and the lowest accident frequency rate at the workplace, the press release added.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 724809.ece


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