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BHEL Wins Order For Thermal Power Project Worth 16 Bln Rupees
BHEL Says NMDC Restored Original Contract To Construct Raw Material Handling System
India's BHEL Wins Orders Worth 25 Bln Rupees For Emission Control Systems
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) is an engineering and manufacturing company. The Company is an integrated power plant equipment manufacturer, which is engaged in the designing, engineering, manufacturing, constructing, testing, commissioning and servicing a range of products and services for various sectors, such as power, transmission, industry, transportation, renewable energy, oil and gas, and defense. It operates in two segments: Power and Industry. In its Industry segment, BHEL provides a portfolio of products, systems and services for power plants, power utilities, oil and gas, metallurgical and mining, and process industries, such as cement, fertilizers, sugar and paper. In its Power segment, BHEL supplies steam turbines, generators, boilers and its auxiliaries approximately 1,000 Megawatt (MW); Supplies hydro turbines and generators of approximately 250MW, and Manufactures 220/235/540/550/700MW nuclear turbine generator sets.
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4th Floor, Siri Fort Road, Asiad
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General Manager and Head (PS-NR), Noida
General Manager and Head, COM, New Delhi Addl. Charge (CQ&BE)
General Manager - (Finance-RM), Delhi
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* BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS SIGNS TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AGREEMENT WITH ISRO FOR MANUFACTURE OF SPACE GRADE LITHIUM-ION CELLS Source text - As part of its diversification strategy, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has entered into a Technology Transfer Agreement with...
Norway's wealth fund has excluded Bharat Heavy Electricals from its investment portfolio because of concerns over the environmental impact of a plant the Indian company is building, the Norwegian central bank said on Friday.
India's Bharat Heavy Electricals has been excluded from the investment portfolio of Norway's $935-billion sovereign wealth fund, the world's largest, the Norwegian central bank said on Friday.
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