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Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited
Type Public
Founded 1953[1]
Headquarters New Delhi, India
Area served India and presence in 70 countries[2]
Key people B. Prasada Rao (Chairman & Managing Director)
Industry Heavy Electrical Equipment
Products Power generation, Industries, Transportation, Renewable energy, Oil and gas, Transmission
Revenue 18.6% Rs. 4430 Million[3]
Total assets Rs. 29352 Million[3]
Employees 43636[3]
Website www.bhel.com

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) is the largest engineering and manufacturing enterprise in India in the energy-related and infrastructure sector which includes Power, Railways, Telecom, Transmission and Distribution, Oil and Gas sectors and many more[4]. It is the 12th largest power equipment manufacturer in the world[5]. BHEL was established more than 50 years ago, ushering in the indigenous Heavy Electrical Equipment industry in India[6]. The company has been earning profits continuously since 1971-72 and paying dividends since 1976-77[7]. 73% of the total power generated in India is produced by equipment manufactured by BHEL[8].

It is one of India's nine largest Public Sector Undertakings or PSUs, known as the Navratnas or 'the nine jewels' [9].

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Main Manufacturing Facilities

Entrance to BHEL Ranipur, Haridwar plant.

Besides these manufacturing units there are four power sectors which undertake EPC contract from various customers. The Research and Development arm of BHEL is situated in Hyderabad and two repair shops are at HERP (Heavy Equipment Repair Plant), Varanasi and EMRP(Electric machines repair plant) Mumbai.

Products

Besides manufacturing these products, BHEL also takes up the onsite erection, commissioning and testing of these equipments. By the end of 2009, it will have a total capacity of 15,000 MW [11]

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Project Sites

BHEL at present is executing several projects some of them are as follows

  • NCTPP DADRI 2X490 MW
  • INDRA GANDHI SUPER THERMAL POWER PROJECT 3X500 MW
  • PRAGATI STAGE III-BAWANA(1500 MW)
  • Harduaganj Thermal Power Station (2X250 MW)
  • GHTP, LM Bathinda
  • Kosti Sudan
  • GLTPP
  • ANPARA-D (2X500 MW)
  • MTPS,MEJIA
  • KHSTPP(NTPC),Kahalgaon 3X500 MW
  • GVK GOINDWAL (2x270 MW)
  • KUTCH LIGNITE POWER STATION
  • SURAT LIGNITE POWER STATION
  • NTPC MAUDA POWER PLANT (2X500 MW)
  • NTPC SIPAT POWER PLANT 2X500 MW
  • NTPC FARAKKA (1X500 MW)
  • HMEL BHATINDA
  • NTPC BARH STAGE-1 (ESP) & STAGE 2 - 2X 660 MW
  • NTPC KOLDAM (5X200 MW)in collaboration with Toshiba,Japan.
  • NLC barsingsar (2x150MW) lignite based
  • NTPC RIHAND STAGE-3 2X500 MW
  • MALWA POWER PROJECT 2X600 MW
  • NEW PARLI POWER PROJECT
  • NORTH CHENNAI POWER PROJECT
  • NTPC VINDHYANCHAL STAGE IV 2X500 MW
  • UKAI THERMAL POWER STATION
  • SRINAGAR HYDRO POWER PROJECT
  • VIJAYAWADA THERMAL POWER STATION 1X500 MW
  • MAITHON RIGHT BANK POWER PROJECT 2X525 MW
  • WARANGAL THERMAL POWER STATION 1X500 MW
  • ALLAIN DUHANGAN HYDRO POWER PROJECT 2X96 MW
  • PARBATI HYDRO PROJECT STAGE 2 AND STAGE 3 4X200 MW EACH
  • CSEB Korba West Project 1X500 MW
  • CSEB Marwa Project 2X500 MW
  • 1X250 MW Santaldih UNIT-5
  • 1X210 MW Bakreswar UNIT-6
  • Adhunik 2x270MW BTG
  • 1x500 MW Bokaro-A Project
  • 3x250 MW NTPC Bogaigaon project
  • 2x500 MW Durgapur Steel project
  • 2x500 MW DVC Kodarma project

See also

References

1. Stock Information has been taken from Mudraa.com

2. Mudraa.com

BHPV (Bharat Heavy Plates and Vessels Ltd) was acquired by Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) on May 11, 2008

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