India supplies CHP plant to Belarus

India's Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) is to supply a 126 MW gas turbine-based cogeneration plant to the Republic of Belarus state-owned Grodnoenergo, to be installed Grodno in Belarus.

The contract, the first export order for the company from Belarus, also includes the provision of a compressor and heat recovery boiler, with auxiliaries and an automatic process control system to be manufactured at BHEL's manufacturing units at Hyderabad, Tiruchirapally, Ranipet and Bangalore.

BHEL has identified the CIS region as one of the potential regions for enhancing its overseas business and the company is establishing a marketing office in Almaty, Kazakhstan. BHEL has already successfully executed a contract with Tengizchevroil for 40 MW gas turbine generator set in Kazakhstan.

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