The company has added a total of 3,000 MW to the grid during the financial year 2012-13
Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd today said it has executed the commissioning of another 500 MW unit at Indira Gandhi Super Thermal Power Project in Haryana, which is jointly run by NTPC and two other entities.
The plant is owned by Aravali Power Company Pvt Ltd -- a joint venture of NTPC, Haryana Power Generation Corp and Indraprastha Power Generation Corp. The plant is located in Jhajjar, Haryana.
In a statement, BHEL said it had earlier commissioned two 500 MW units at the project, which has a total capacity of 1,500 MW.
The company has added a total of 3,000 MW to the grid during the financial year 2012-13, it added.
The Boiler and Turbine Generators were manufactured at BHEL's Trichy and Haridwar plants, respectively.
"For NTPC, BHEL is presently executing contracts at Barh (2X660 MW) and Mauda (2X660 MW) supercritical sets, Vallur (2X500 MW), Rihand (1X500 MW), Mauda (1X500 MW), Vindhyanchal (2x500 MW), Bongaigaon (3X250 MW), Muzaffarpur (2X195 MW) and Nabinagar (4X250 MW)," the statement said.
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