BHEL Wins New Order For Hydroelectric Project In Nepal
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has won a order for the ElectroMechanical (EM) works for the 40 MW Rahughat Hydroelectric Project in Nepal.
The request has been put on BHEL by the Raghuganga Hydropower Limited (RGHPL), an organization 100% claimed by Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) the sole open force utility in Nepal and possessed by the Govt. of Nepal. The undertaking is greater part supported by EXIM Bank of India as a delicate credit, alongside financing from NEA and the Govt. of Nepal. WAPCOS, India is the venture advisor.
The request for Rahughat HER, situated in the Raghuganga region of Myagdi region of Nepal, visualizes configuration, designing, fabricating, supply, erection and appointing of the total electro-mechanical bundle including supply of two Vertical Pelton Turbines (20 MW each) alongside related hardware, coordinating generators, governors, controls and instrumentation, insurance framework, transformers, 220 KV switchyard and equalization of plant (BoP) bundles. Significant hardware for the agreement will be produced and provided by BHEL's plants at Bhopal, Jhansi, Rudrapur and Bengaluru, while the establishment exercises nearby will be completed by the organization's Power Sector - Northern Region division, Noida.
This is the second back to back progress for BHEL in the hydro power segment of Nepal. A year ago, BHEL had won a lofty request for the biggest Hydropower venture in Nepal - 900 MW Arun-3 HEP, which is by and by under development.
BHEL has been adding to Nepal's hydro division with the charging of 2x30 MW hydro creating sets at Kulekhani-I HEP in 1980, trailed by the 3x5 MW Devighat Hydro Power Project in 1983, which was effectively redesigned, modernized and uprated by BHEL in 2011.
BHEL's arrangement of more than 500 hydroelectric producing sets with a combined limit of more than 30,000 MW over the world, is a demonstration of BHEL's strength in the hydro area.
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- Published On:2020-02-03