BHEL Commissioned Two Hydro Power Generating Units AtArunachal Pradesh
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has effectively appointed two units of 4x150 MW Kameng Hydroelectric Project (HEP) in Arunachal Pradesh. Quite, this is the biggest unit rating (150 MW) for hydro power producing sets in the province of Arunachal Pradesh.
Being created by North Eastern Electric Power Corporation Limited (NEEPCO), the greenfield Hydro venture is situated in West Kameng locale of Arunachal Pradesh. Kameng HEP is a run-of-the waterway plot which will use the stream from Bichom and Tenga streams.
Altogether, the Francis Turbine dispatched in the task is intended to work at evaluated head of 501 meters, making it the most noteworthy head Francis Type Hydro Turbine in the nation. On dispatching of every one of the four units, the task will have the option to produce 3,353 Million Units (MU) of clean power yearly.
BHEL's degree in the venture involves configuration, produce, supply, establishment and authorizing of four 150 MW Vertical Francis Turbines and coordinating Synchronous Generators, Transformers, Control and Monitoring (SCADA) System alongside related helpers. The gear have been provided by BHEL's assembling units at Bhopal, Jhansi, Rudrapur, and Bengaluru, while erection and charging nearby was completed by the organization's Power Sector - Eastern Region division, Kolkata.
BHEL has made noteworthy commitment to the hydro segment of Arunachal Pradesh and has authorized 710 MW of hydro power extends in the state up until now, representing around 84% of the absolute introduced limit in the state.
BHEL is by and by executing hydroelectric ventures of 5.8 GW, which incorporates 2.6 GW of undertakings inside the nation and 3.2 GW abroad. Likewise, BHEL is additionally doing exhaustive redesign and modernization of more than 699 MW hydro extends the nation over. Essentially, in excess of 500 hydroelectric producing sets of different evaluations have been requested on BHEL with an aggregate limit of more than 30 GW, including 6.7 GW for abroad ventures. BHEL's hydro plants are effectively acting in India and over the world, including nations, for example, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bhutan, Malaysia, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Rwanda, Thailand, New Zealand, Nepal and Vietnam.