April-December State-run power equipment maker BHEL has commissioned power generation capacity of 5,010 MW during the first three quarters of the fiscal, which is highest-ever done by the company. In addition to this, projects aggregating to 2,270 MW have also been synchronised by BHEL during this period and are available for capacity addition, according to the company. In the same (April-December) period, BHEL has also commissioned 524 MW of industrial sets and 125 MW of overseas projects, resulting in the highest ever overall capacity addition or synchronisation of 7,929 MW, in the first nine months of a financial year (April-December 2015). The utility sets which have been commissioned by BHEL at power stations are spread all over India. These include one unit of 660 MW at Bara and one unit of 500 MW at Anpara in Uttar Pradesh in Northern India.
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