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BHEL wins Rs.3,500 crore thermal power order from Adani Group

BHEL announced that it has signed a contract with Mirzapur Thermal Energy (UP) Pvt Ltd, a subsidiary of Adani Power Ltd, on June 5, 2024 for the construction of a coal-fired power plant in Uttar Pradesh.

The order, valued at over Rs.3,500 crore (excluding GST), includes supply of major plant equipment (boiler, turbine and generator) and supervision of erection and commissioning of a 2×800 MW supercritical coal-fired power plant at Mirzapur in Uttar Pradesh.

The boiler and turbine generator will be manufactured at BHEL’s Trichy and Hardwar plants respectively.

The first unit is expected to be delivered in 35 months and the second in 41 months.

In an unrelated development, Adani Power Ltd also announced on June 5 that Mirzapur Thermal Energy (UP) Pvt Ltd (MTEUPL) has become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Adani Power Ltd (APL) following APL’s acquisition of 99.8 per cent equity in MTEUPL. Prior to this, MTEUPL was a subsidiary of Adani Infra (India) Ltd, a company of the Adani Group.

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