The Shree Singaji thermal power plant’s first unit, which was commissioned in November 2013 by BHEL, is running as per grid requirement.

BHEL’s work scope under the contract signed earlier includes design, engineering, manufacture, supply, erection and commissioning and civil, structural and architectural works of main power block equipment.

Work will also be carried out on steam turbines, generators, electrostatic precipitators and boilers along with associated auxiliaries & electricals besides state-of-the-art controls & instrumentation for the power plant.

BHEL holds more than 90% share in the thermal generating capacity of the state utility in Madhya Pradesh.

The company is also implementing 1x500MW Vindhyachal and 2x800MW Gadarwara coal-based projects of NTPC in Madhya Pradesh.

In addition to launching projects with a cumulative capacity of more than 19,000MW in two and half years of the XIIth plan, BHEL commissioned 25,385MW of projects by the XIth plan.