Thursday, October 19, 2017

TICKER TAPE: POWER

 

RELIANCE SETS UP THIRD SASAN UNIT

 

The third 660 MW unit of the 3,960 Ultra Mega Power Project at Sasan in Madhya Pradesh has commenced production raising Reliance Power’s operational capacity to 1,980 MW. The remaining three units are currently in advanced stages of construction and are expected to be commissioned over the next few months, the company said in a statement. While the first 660 MW unit of the Sasan UMPP was commissioned in March 2013 the second unit was commissioned in January 2014. With this unit, Reliance Power's generation capacity has increased to 3,865 MW which includes 3,780 MW of thermal capacity and 85 MW of renewable energy based capacity, it is reported.

 

 

JAKSON GIVES NTPC 10 MW SOLAR PLANT

 

The Jakson Group has announced the completion of its 10 MW Solar power plant project for state-owned power generation company NTPC. The engineering procurement and construction project at Talcher in Odisha was awarded to Jakson by BHEL.  The project was completed by the power solutions provider despite stiff civil construction challenges faced at the site. With the successful completion of the NTPC project the company is now hopeful of securing more projects from both government and private sector in the solar power business.

 

 

BHEL WINS RS 125 CR

 

Power equipment major BHEL has won a Rs 125 crore contract from Uttarakhand Jal Vidyut Nigam Ltd to set up a hydroelectric project. The order relates to setting up of hydro generating sets and associated electro-mechanical works for the 120 MW Vyasi project, a run of the river scheme on the Yamuna in Dehradun district. It is reported the contract envisages design, manufacture, supply, installation and commissioning of hydro generating sets and associated electro mechanical works. While the hydro generating sets will be supplied by BHEL's Bhopal unit, the transformers and control and monitoring system will be sourced from the Jhansi unit and electronics division, Bangalore and the erection and commissioning of the equipment is to be carried out by BHEL's Power Sector - Northern Region wing.

 

 

ALSTOM BAGS EURO 40 MN BHEL CONTRACT

 

Alstom will supply three 660 MW supercritical boilers and supply identified pressure parts with windboxes as part of a Euros 40 million contract with Bharat Heavy Electricals. The equipment is for the north Karanpura super thermal projects in Jharkhand. It is reported the units will be commissioned in 2017. It is learnt that the key components will be manufactured in the company's facilities in Concordia, USA, as well as in Durgapur. Alstom will also assist BHEL with technical advisors during the erection and commissioning of the units.

 

 

NTPC UPS POWER FROM SOLAR PLANTS

 

Power utility NTPC has started generating power from three solar projects, taking its total capacity from renewable to 75 megawatts. The company’s plants at Rajgarh (30 MW) in Chhattisgarh, at Unchahar (10 MW) in Uttar Pradesh and Faridabad 5 MW have started electricity generation thus raising the company’s total generation capacity to 43,019 MW.

 

 

JINDAL POWER STARTS 600

 

The total capacity of Jindal Power Ltd, a company promoted by Jindal Steel & Power Ltd, has reached 2200 MW with the setting up of the second 600 MW unit of the Tamnar Project at Raigarh in Madhya Pradesh. While the third unit of 600 MW is ready for synchronisation, the fourth unit of similar capacity is expeted to be commissioned by October. The company has  ambitious plans of having an installed capacity nudging 10,000 MW by 2020 and is looking to create capacities in thermal, hydro, solar and wind energy in order to achieve its objective.

 

 

HCEL TO SET UP 50 MW SOLAR PV PROJECT

 

A 50 MW grid interactive solar photo voltaic (PV) project is to be set up in Odisha by Hindustan Cleanenergy Ltd (HCEL), the clean energy arm of New Delhi-based Hindustan Power Projects Ltd. The company will invest Rs 400 crore on the project which will allow the state to meet its solar power purchase obligations. As part of the power purchase arrangement the company will sell the power generated from the solar project through a long-term power purchase agreement (PPA) with bulk power purchaser Gridco for period of 25 years. The clean energy firm has implemented solar power projects of over 300 MW both in India and abroad and is expected to add another 300MW over the next two years.

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Thursday, March 05, 2015

Janvi

about this, because i can't unstedrand your language. But, hey, I've got something to say about the tragedy that got the Spiderman thinking this. See the movie: his uncle dies because of his failure. But think again: if he got no power at all, he would not save his uncle either. And would never see the killer, because he would never go to fight. See the movie: that's all a fallacy.


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