BHEL renovates, commissions hydro power plant in Tajikistan – NDTVProfit.com

Posted: January 26, 2013 in Tajikistan

New Delhi: Strengthening its overseas footprint, state-run BHEL today said a renovated hydro project with enhanced generation capacity has been commissioned in Tajikistan.

The power equipment major is also implementing hydro projects in Rwanda, Afghanistan, Vietnam, DR Congo and Bhutan.

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has completed the renovation, modernisation and uprating (RMU) of the 2×4.75 MW Varjob hydro power plant of Barki Tojik in Tajikistan. The project is funded by the Indian government.

The company, which had supplied the complete electro-mechanical package for the project, enhanced the capacity from two units of 3.67 MW to 4.75 MW each.

Both the units have achieved uprated full load and are running successfully following the RMU job.

“The successful completion of this project by BHEL will help in strengthening business relations between India and Tajikistan and open a new market for India in Tajikistan,” BHEL said in a statement.

via BHEL renovates, commissions hydro power plant in Tajikistan – NDTVProfit.com.

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