Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL) on 22 December 2014 bagged a 16.96 million Euro (approximately 130.8 crore rupees) contract for a thermal power project in Turkey. This is BHEL’s maiden entry in the Turkish Power Market.
The contract was placed by Electricity Generation Company (EUAS) which is the largest electric power company in Turkey and it aims at reducing the emission levels drastically.
Details of the Contract
BHEL needs to rehabilitate 3 units of Electrostatic Precipitators (ESPs) for the 430 MW Tuncbilek Thermal Power Project in Turkey on EPC (Engineering, Procurement & Construction) basis.
It envisages dismantling, supply, civil works and erection & commissioning of the Electrostatic Precipitators
The Electrostatic Precipitators will be manufactured and supplied by BHEL’s Ranipet unit, Motors and other auxiliaries by its Bhopal facility and Controls by the BHEL’s Bangalore unit.
EUAS owned by the Turkish government generates and supplies electricity throughout the country. It was founded to generate electricity in compliance with the energy and economic policies of the state and in accordance with the principles of efficiency and profitability.
When: 22 December 2014
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