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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

BHEL's first 800-MW supercritical thermal plant becomes operational

Power equipment maker BHEL has commenced commercial operations of its first 800-MW unit, a supercritical thermal plant.
It also marks the company's foray as a developer into the field of power generation. Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd (KPCL) and BHEL are the main equity partners of RPCL, the owner and operator of this power plant.
“The milestone was achieved for the first unit of the 2x800-MW Yeramarus thermal power station of Raichur Power Corporation Ltd (RPCL), in Raichur district of Karnataka,” BHEL said in a statement.
BHEL said it has completed this latest supercritical project on a turnkey basis.
The company has supplied and executed 4,010 MW of coal-based sets for KPCL and its joint ventures, which account for 95 per cent of the utility’s coal-based installed capacity.
BHEL is also executing KPCL’s first gas-based combined cycle power project of 370-MW capacity involving a fuel-efficient advanced-class gas turbine at Yelahanka, Bengaluru.

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