A. Name of the CPSE: Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited

B. Scope: The Company is engaged in the design, engineering, manufacturing, construction, erection, commissioning and servicing of a wide range of products, systems, and services in various areas including power generation (thermal, hydro, gas, nuclear, and solar PV), transmission, transportation, defense, aerospace, oil and gas, and emerging sectors like battery energy storage systems and electric vehicle chargers.

C. Introduction:

BHEL is India’s largest engineering and manufacturing enterprise, operating in the energy, industry and infrastructure sector. Company was established in the year 1964 and since then it has been “Making in India” offering comprehensive products, systems, and services in various areas including power generation (thermal, hydro, gas, nuclear, and solar PV), transmission, transportation, defense, aerospace, oil and gas, and emerging sectors like battery energy storage systems and electric vehicle chargers. BHEL has pan India presence with 16 Manufacturing Units and 140+ project sites (including overseas).

The worldwide installed base of power generating equipment supplied by BHEL exceeds 1,97,000 MW. With an extensive network of 16 manufacturing units, 2 repair units, 4 regional offices, 8 service centres, 15 regional marketing centres and a team of more than 29000 employees, BHEL commands 55% share in India's total installed capacity of utility power segment (excluding renewables), which stands as testimony to its valuable contribution towards nation building. BHEL has also established references in 89 countries in all the 6 inhabited continents, with equipment supplied for about 12,000 MW of power generating capacity in overseas markets.

Furthermore, BHEL plays a crucial role in the strategic sectors of the nation, especially through its engagement in all three stages of India’s nuclear power programme and as a supplier of critical equipment and services for defence and aerospace sectors for over three decades, including as a trusted supplier of Super Rapid Gun Mount (SRGM) naval guns - the Front Line Weapon for Indian Navy.

The company also being a pioneer in the rail transportation sector, has played a key role in the growth journey of India’s rail transportation segment for the last six decades and has been meeting Indian Railways’ rolling stock requirements by offering innovative solutions and “Made in India” systems & equipment which includes Semi high speed (Vande Bharat) trainsets, electric locomotives upto 9000 HP, diesel electric locos upto 3000 HP, EMU coaches, IGBT based propulsion equipment (traction converter/auxiliary converter/ vehicle control unit), traction transformers for electric Locos & ACEMUs/ MEMUs .

Apart from serving customers, BHEL has been supporting communities through programs like skill development, promoting health, hygiene, education, cleanliness and environmental protection, thus contributing to the society as a whole.

The company’s Vision and Mission are as follows:


A global engineering enterprise providing solutions for a better tomorrow.


Providing sustainable business solutions in the fields of Energy, Industry & Infrastructure.

D. BHEL’s PAN India Presence:


E. Performance Statistics-Year at a Glance-FY’23


F. Products/ services:

BHEL’s Product and Service Profile includes design, manufacturing and installation in the following major segments:

a. Power Sector

BHEL’s offerings include:

  1. Steam turbines, generators, boilers and matching auxiliaries for fossil-fuel applications upto 1000 MW unit size
  2. Emission control equipment including Flue Gas Desulphurisation systems for SOx emission control, high efficiency Electrostatic Precipitators for particulate emission control, and Boiler modification and Selective Catalytic Reduction systems for NOx emission control
  3. Gas turbines and generators upto 299 MW unit size
  4. Hydro turbines and generators up to 400 MW unit size
  5. 220/235/500/540/700 MWe nuclear turbine generator sets
  6. Plant performance improvement through renovation, modernization, flexibilization, uprating, residual life assessment, health diagnostics and life extension of plants

b)Industry Sector

BHEL’s major offerings for industry and infrastructure sectors include:

  1. Transportation: Semi high speed (Vande Bharat) trainsets, electric locomotives upto 9000 HP, diesel electric locos upto 3000 HP, EMU coaches, IGBT based propulsion equipment (traction converter/auxiliary converter/vehicle control unit), traction transformers for electric Locos & ACEMUs/ MEMUs.
  2. Defence & Aerospace: Strategic equipment for Indian defence forces including Super Rapid Gun Mount (SRGM), upgraded SRGM, Integrated Platform Management System for naval ships, compact heat exchangers, space grade Lithium ion cells, space grade solar panels and space grade batteries etc, hot forming of spacecraft propellant tank, forming of Titanium Shell/ Domes, welding & machining of Titanium sheet and tubes, rotary main motor generators.
  3. Renewables: EPC solutions from concept to commissioning for grid connected, standalone solar PV applications including floating solar power plants and Mono-PERC Solar PV Modules up to 400 Wp.
  4. Energy Storage Solutions & new business areas: EV Chargers and associated electrical system, EPC solutions for Electric vehicle charging station with upstream electrical system
  5. Captive Power & Process Plant: Standalone STGs, BTG package, Refinery CPP on EPC basis, AFBC and CFBC boilers, UB package, Downstream Oil & Gas packages on EPC basis.
  6. Transmission: EHV substations (AIS and GIS types) ranging upto 765 kV, UHV substations and HVDC converter stations up to ±800 kV, power transformers, shunt reactors, vacuum switchgear, gas insulated switchgears, Flexible AC Transmission system devices, composite insulators for upto 765 kV application etc.
  7. Industrial Products: Oil rigs, wellheads & X-mas tree valves, mechanical packages, fabricated equipment & boiler feed pumps, compressors & AC machines.

G. Achievements / Projects (FY’23)

  1. BHEL maintained its lion’s share of 55% in the country’s total installed thermal capacity of utility scale power projects, along with 48% of nuclear power generation capacity (secondary side) and 44% of hydro power generation capacity in the country by end of FY 2022-23. Overall at utility scale, including thermal, nuclear and hydro segment, BHEL enjoys 53% share in total installed capacity of the country.
  2. The worldwide installed base of power generating equipment supplied by BHEL has exceeded 197 GW. Further, with the successful commissioning of total 152 MW of Floating Solar Plants, BHEL has emerged as the leading player in Floating Solar segment in India.
  3. Company’s resolute efforts focused on improving Project execution during FY’23 resulted in capacity addition of 1,580 MW in FY 2022-23 in utility power projects, which is 100 % of India’s total commissioning during the year for Thermal, Hydro and Nuclear Sets. Further, showcasing the increase in pace and efficiency of project execution, the company’s construction tonnage in projects across the country has increased by 100% in FY 2022-23 as compared to FY 2019-20.
  4. The company posted a growth of 10% in Revenue from Operations, achieving ₹23,365 Crore during FY 2022-23 as against ₹21,211 Crore in last financial year and a growth of 9.3% in Profit After Tax achieving ₹448 Crore as against ₹410 Crore in the previous year.
  5. The company secured orders worth Rs 23,548 Crore, excluding taxes, which is the highest in the last five years including Industry sector segment order booking at Rs 9,537 Crore –highest in last 13 years with highest-ever orders in the defence sector.
  6. Hon’ble Prime Minister of India dedicated NTPC Ramagundam, Telangana (100 MW), the largest floating solar power plant in the country and NTPC Kayamkulam (22 MW) to the nation in July 2022.
  7. Single largest ever unit commissioned overseas – BHEL has proven its engineering and manufacturing prowess by synchronization of Unit-1 for the prestigious 2 x 660 MW Maitree STPP, Bangladesh. The project was jointly unveiled by Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi and Hon’ble Prime Minister of Bangladesh Ms. Sheikh Hasina.
  8. BHEL has installed the Nation’s first thermal power plant fitted with Air Cooled Condenser (ACC) at NTPC North Karanpura Super Thermal Power Project Unit-1 in Jan’23, proving once again the engineering prowess of the company. This Unit with ACC has 1/3rd water footprint as compared to typical unit with Water Cooled Condenser (WCC).
  9. BHEL successfully demonstrated the flexible-operations at 1x600MW Adani Raigarh thermal power plant and further bagged orders for flexible operations from WBPDCL and other utilities in FY 2022-23.
  10. Achieving a major project execution milestone, BHEL dispatched its 44th Nuclear Steam Generator for Gorakhpur Atomic Power Project, thereby further consolidating its position in the Nuclear Power segment.
  11. BHEL equipment enabled record power transmission of 6,000 MW, over the ±800 kV, 6,000 MW Ultra High Voltage Direct Current (UHVDC) link between the Western Region Grid (Raigarh, Chhattisgarh) and the Southern Region Grid (Pugalur, Tamil Nadu).
  12. Supplied first ever WAG-7 Regenerative Locomotive to Electric Loco Shed, Jhansi.
  13. During the year 2022-23, nearly 763 MT of waste was recycled/ reused across the company’s premises resulting in avoidance of equivalent amount of new raw material in our processes. BHEL has created an in-house portal—Sadupyog—which enables effective cross unit utilization of surplus material at manufacturing works as well as project sites and helps in optimizing resources and fostering sustainability.
  14. Overall during the year 2022-23, a total of 29.78 million units of green energy were generated across the organization, which has helped the company in carbon footprint avoidance to the tune of 26,964 MTCO2-equivalent during FY 2022-23.

H. Ongoing International Technology Collaborations Agreements with Global OEMs:

Sl noName of CollaboratorProduct
1Siemens Energy Global GmbH & Co. KG., GermanySteam Turbines, Generators and Lateral/Axial Condensers
2General Electric Technology GmbH, SwitzerlandSteam Turbine for Nuclear Power Projects
3Leonardo S.p.A., Italy76/62 Upgraded Super Rapid Gun Mount
4Sumitomo SHI FW Energia Oy, FinlandSubcritical and Supercritical Circulating Fluidised Bed Combustion (CFBC) Boilers
5Valmet Automation Oy., FinlandNew Generation C&I Automation (Distributed Control System)
6Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, JapanFlue Gas Desulphurization
7HLB Power Co., Ltd., Republic of KoreaGates and Dampers
8Vogt Power International Inc., USAHeat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSG)
9Babcock Power Environmental Inc., USASCR System De-NOx applications
10NANO Co. Ltd., Republic of KoreaSCR Catalyst for De- NOx applications
11Kawasaki Heavy Industries Limited, JapanStainless steel coaches and bogies for metros

BHEL’s Contact person name and address

Ms. Pallavi Chaudhuri

Dy Manager (Corporate Communication)

Email id: pallavi[at]bhel[dot]in

Address: BHEL House, Siri Fort

New Delhi: 110049



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