Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) has achieved a major breakthrough by bagging a prestigious contract for setting up a supercritical thermal power project on engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) basis from the Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd (GSECL). Valued at around Rs 3,536 crore, the order for setting up a 1x800 MW coal-fired supercritical thermal unit at Wanakbori in Kheda District of Gujarat, has been won against international competitive bidding (ICB), according to the company. The release said the order was won in a highly competitive market that is facing a slowdown in the finalisation of power projects. This is the first-ever project of 800 MW unit rating ordered in the country on EPC basis and is also the highest valued order placed by GSECL. BHEL has a significant presence in Gujarat with 78.3 per cent share in the installed capacity of 9,653 MW in the state utilities for coal, lignite, hydel and gas-based power plants.
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