# Tags
#Corporates #News

Self-Reliant Infra: The BHEL Way

Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL) is striving towards making India self-reliant in the fields of energy and infrastructure and is making significant contributions towards the fields of defence and space


Union Heavy Industries Minister Mahendra Nath Pandey said that state-owned engineering company BHEL is essential to strengthening India’s independence in the energy, infrastructure, defence, and space sectors. On BHEL Day, the minister opened the recently built BHEL Sadan in Noida, highlighting the company’s numerous accomplishments.

Speaking to the gathering, Minister Pandey emphasised that BHEL Sadan, an 18-story building, is a symbol of the company’s dedication to environmental conservation and cited Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s aim for reaching “net zero” carbon emissions by 2070. With its 30-kW solar power system, the eco-friendly green building, built with the newest standards and technology, demonstrates BHEL’s commitment to moving towards green energy.

Pandey stressed BHEL’s role in building an Aatmanirbhar Bharat (self-reliant India), pointing out that the company has made major contributions in the areas of infrastructure, energy, military, and space. The strategic benefits of the new facility were emphasised by Minister of State for Power and Heavy Industries Krishna Pal Gurjar. These advantages include greater coordination, improved overall performance and a centralised office for offices located in Delhi-NCR. The structure can accommodate more than 2,000 people in seats.

Gurjar also praised BHEL’s dedication to renewable energy, highlighting the Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) for commercial-scale coal gasification projects that the company has inked with Coal India and Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) India.

The Heavy Industries Secretary, Kamran Rizvi, emphasised the value of an organisation owning its properties to inspire people with confidence and drive. He referred to the new BHEL Sadan as an inspiration for the future and a representation of the company’s illustrious past and prominence.

The new building has a good effect on the work-life balance of employees in the Delhi-NCR region, where many work from the company’s township in Noida, according to K. Sadashiv Murthy, Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) of BHEL. It is anticipated that the relocation of all corporate offices to the new structure would improve the working environment for all staff members.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *