Bharat Heavy Electricals has secured a contract from Jindal Power for setting up a 2,400MW thermal power plant in the state of Chhattisgarh, India. The contract is valued at INR50.4 billion.

Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL) will install four units of 600MW capacity each in the extension stage of Jindal Power’s 4x600MW OP Jindal super thermal power plant (TPP) at Raigarh.

BHEL said that it has already executed 4×250 MW units of OP Jindal Super Thermal Power Plant at Raigarh. thet company’s scope of work in the contract envisages design, engineering, manufacture, supply, erection, testing and commissioning of boilers, steam turbines, turbo-generators and associated auxiliaries, along with the controls and instrumentation system including generator and station transformers.

Earlier in the last week of December 2008, BHEL bagged two orders for the supply and installation of the main plant equipment for Mauda Super Thermal Power Project (STPP) in Maharashtra, India, against International Competitive Bidding (ICB).

Valued at around Rs.21,000 Million, the contracts have been placed on BHEL by NTPC Ltd. for setting up the 2×500 MW Steam Generator and Steam Turbine Generator packages at Mauda STPP, located in Nagpur District of Maharashtra, India. These units will add 24 million units every day to the grid on commissioning.

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, an Indian energy provider company, claims to have the capability to manufacture sets up to 1,000 MW rating suited to Indian conditions using Indian as well as imported coal.