SJVN’s 1,320 MW Buxar Thermal Project in Bihar Enters Advanced Construction Phase

The 1,320 MW capacity of the Buxar Thermal Power Project of state-owned SJVN in Bihar state has achieved another milestone with the jacking up of ceiling girder (1,400 tonnes) for the first boiler unit.

January 18, 2022. By Manu Tayal

The 1,320 MW capacity of the Buxar Thermal Power Project of state-owned SJVN in Bihar state has achieved another milestone with the jacking up of ceiling girder (1,400 tonnes) for the first boiler unit.

The activity was virtually activated by Nand Lal Sharma, Chairman & Managing Director from the company’s corporate headquarter in Shimla.

Commenting on the occasion, Sharma informed that, “with this jacking-up activity, first Boiler Unit of the project will start taking its shape.”

“The entire process will be completed in four stages and in each stage ceiling girder will jack up and jack down to add pressure parts and other components in the boiler assembly,” he added.

Nand Lal Sharma reiterated the commitment of STPL to complete the project as per schedule i.e. June 2023 for the first unit and January 2024 for the second unit.

He further added that the capital expenditure of Rs 4,617.45 crore has already been incurred on the project.

During the year 2021-22, capital expenditure of Rs 2,619.06 crore has been incurred till date. The project is being constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 10, 439.09 crore.

On the occasion, Geeta Kapur Director (Personnel), S.P. Bansal Director (Civil), A K Singh Director (Finance) and Sushil Sharma Director (Electrical) were also virtually present. At Project Site Buxar, Sanjeev Sood Chief Executive Officer, S.L Sharma Chief Finance Officer and senior officers of SJVN Thermal Pvt Ltd, as well as officers from NYC and senior functionaries of L&T and LMB were also present. 
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