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― Ikechukwu Izuakor, Great Reflections on Success

Minister administers Swachhta pledge to school children


 Thesynergyonline Energy Bureau

Union Minister of State (IC) Power and New & Renewable Energy Mr R K Singh participating in 'Swachhta Hi Sewa' Campaign at the PowerGrid Complex at Manesar and school and village around.

NEW DELHI, SEPTEMBER 19:
The 17th of September had been called upon to be celebrated as 'SewaDiwas' by undertaking voluntary work (shramdaan) as part of 'Swachhata Hi Sewa' campaign.
"Let everyone sweep in front of his own door, and the whole world will be clean."
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe  

The Union MoS (IC) for Power and New & Renewable Energy, Mr R K Singh visited the PowerGrid Complex at Manesar and school and village around.

The Minister accompanied by the MLA Mrs Bimla Chaudhary, Secretary (Power) Mr A.K. Bhalla, CMD PowerGrid Mr I.S. Jha, Jt. Secretary (Transmission) Mrs. Bharati, Dy. Commissioner (Gurgaon), Mr V. P. Singh and other officials from MoP, PowerGrid along with villagers offered shramdaan in the Kukrolla village and Govt. Sr. Secondary School, Pachgaon, Manesar.

The Minister administered Swachhta pledge to the school children and village community and appealed to them to make it a part of their habit and life to keep their surroundings neat and clean.

>He also laid the foundation for construction of Community toilets and also planted trees for a cleaner environment. Committing to development of proper drainage system in the village, he also promised for installation of high mast lights, solar street lights and construction of a community centre.

BHEL commissions 30mw hydel power project in Mizoram

The greenfield project is being set up by the North Eastern Electric Power Corporation Limited (NEEPCO) on the river Tuirial.


 Thesynergyonline Energy Bureau


NEW DELHI, AUGUST 29:
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has successfully commissioned the first unit of 2x30 MW Tuirial Hydro Electric Project (HEP) in Mizoram. Significantly, this is the first large-rating hydro power project in the state of Mizoram.

 Located in Kolasib district of Mizoram the greenfield project is being set up by the North Eastern Electric Power Corporation Limited (NEEPCO) on the river Tuirial. The second unit of the project is also in advanced stages of execution. Power generation from Tuirial HEP will result in reduction of green house gas emissions and will contribute towards achieving a low carbon development path for the nation.
 
The order for the Electrical & Mechanical (E&M) package of two units of 30mw each, placed on BHEL by NEEPCO, envisaged design, manufacture, supply, installation and commissioning of the complete E&M package including vertical shaft Francis Turbines & matching Generators. The equipment has been supplied by BHEL units at Bhopal, Jhansi, Rudrapur and Bengaluru and the execution of work on site has been carried out by the company’s Power Sector Eastern Region.

The entire installed hydro capacity of NEEPCO of 755 me has been supplied and commissioned by BHEL. The other hydro project of NEEPCO currently under execution by BHEL is the 4x150 MW Kameng HEP in Arunachal Pradesh. Some of the major hydro projects commissioned for NEEPCO by BHEL are the 3x135 MW Rangandi HEP in Arunachal Pradesh and 4x50mw Kopili HEP in Assam.BHEL statement

BHEL has always been at the forefront in going to difficult terrains and setting up power projects. In the North Eastern states, BHEL has installed around 3,100 MW of power generating capacity, accounting  for more than 75% of the total installed capacity in the region. This includes the 726 MW gas-based Palatana power project in Tripura, equipped with advanced class gas turbine and 2 units of 250 MW coal-based sets at Bongaigaon in Assam.


BHEL is presently executing around 6,000mw of hydroelectric Projects – about half of which are outside India. BHEL’s global footprint in hydropower is spread across more than 500 sets, at over 180 different power projects, totaling to 29 GW, including several sets in the most challenging terrains – the Himalayas and Central Asia. BHEL’s hydro plants are successfully and efficiently performing in India and across the world, including Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bhutan, Malaysia, Nepal, New Zealand, Rwanda, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand and Vietnam.

BHEL reports Rs Rs 5,607- crore turnover


Announces 1:2 bonus share
 


Thesynergyonline Energy Bureau


NEW DELHI, AUGUST 10 :
Maintaining the positive trend of FY 2016-17 Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has reported a growth in profitability, continuing the momentum.

For the standalone first quarter of FY 2017-18 the company reported a turnover of Rs. 5,607 Crore almost similar to the corresponding figure of the last year and a profit before tax (PAT) of Rs 108 Crore, registering a significant growth of 12 per cent asagainst the corresponding quarter in the year before.

"The company is enhancing its focus on diversifying in the non-thermal power segment and other new areas, while maintaining its leadership status in the power sector."Atul Sobti, BHEL CMD


Significantly, at its meeting held on 10 August 2017 the board of directors of the company has recommended the issue of bonus shares in the ratio of 1 bonus share of Rs 2 against 2 (1:2) existing equity shares of Rs. 2, subject to approval of shareholders.

Maintaining the growth momentum has been made possible by a slew of strategic initiatives and cost optimisation measures put in place by the management.

As part of this, focus is on creating new verticals within the company to capitalize on the massive infrastructure spending by the Govt. of India, with a special focus on Indian Railways, defence and other industrial products to drive the next wave of growth. BHEL has also been focusing on sustainable energy development by offering EPC solutions in solar and an environment-friendly supercritical technology in the thermal sector.

The company has an outstanding order book position of Rs. 1,01,380 Crore at the end of third quarter of this fiscal.

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