BHEL secures Rs 8.4 billion order from Nabinagar Power Generating Company

BHEL has secured an order worth Rs 8.4 billion from Nabinagar Power Generating Company Limited, an NTPC subsidiary for emission control equipment. The order involves the supply and installation of flue gas desulphurisation (FGD) systems for the control of sulphur oxide emissions at the 1,980 MW Nabinagar thermal power project in Aurangabad, Bihar. With this order, the company is currently executing FGD systems for 23 units of NTPC and its JVs. In another development, BHEL has secured an order from NTPC for setting up a 25 MW floating solar PV power project in Simhadri, Andhra Pradesh. The project is valued at Rs 1 billion and will be located on a raw water reservoir in NTPC’s 2,000 MW Simhadri thermal power project. Meanwhile, BHEL has issued a request for quotation inviting interested parties to submit their applications for the manufacturing and supply of solar cells aggregating 36 MW. The scope of work involves the manufacturing and supply of 157 mm, multi-solar cells with wattage in the range of 4.6-4.75 Wp. The cumulative capacity is required to be delivered by September 24, 2019, by the selected vendors.


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