NEW DELHI: Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) on Saturday announced that it had bagged a Rs. 1,840 crore order for setting up a 500 MW power project in Jharkhand, on a turnkey basis. The order has been placed by Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC), according to an official statement here. The order envisages setting up of one unit of 500 MW at Bokaro ‘A’ thermal power project. Three BHEL-built units of 210 MW each are already in operation at DVC’s Bokaro thermal power station and with this order all the units at the power station will be of BHEL make. DVC had earlier placed orders for six units of 500 MW each on BHEL.