Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL), the country’s largest power equipment manufacturer, on Tuesday said it has secured an order for the erection work of two turbine generator (TG) units of 1,000 MWe (megawatt electric) each at Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project in Tamil Nadu.
The units three and four order, valued at over Rs 440 crore, was placed by the Nuclear Power Corporation of India and is being set-up with the cooperation of Russia, BHEL said in a statement.
For the same project, BHEL has also emerged as the lowest bidder for the erection of the reactor side equipment. The state-owned company has earlier executed the erection work of TG island for units one and two at Kudankulam.
BHEL is also executing turbine generator packages for four units of 700 MWe, two units each at Kakrapar and Rawatbhata. Read More
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