Empowering humanity by addressing the toughest challenges of energy delivery
Sterlite Power is India’s leading integrated power transmission developer and solutions provider, focused on addressing complex challenges in the sector by tackling the key constraints of time, space and capital.
We believe that electricity access transforms societies and delivers long-lasting social impact. Sterlite Power is uniquely positioned to solve the toughest challenges of energy delivery.
Sterlite Technologies Ltd. (STL) entered the power transmission business.
Sterlite Power (as a division of STL) was awarded India’s first Independent Power Transmission Project under Tariff Based Competitive Bidding (TBCB) regime.
Sterlite Power was awarded India’s first 765 kV power transmission project under TBCB regime. Sterlite Power was awarded its third project of 944 ckms spanning the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat.
Sterlite Power was awarded two projects of length 403 and 545 ckms covering Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan; and Jharkhand, West Bengal respectively
Sterlite Power attracted private equity investment of INR 5 billion from Standard Chartered Private Equity
Sterlite Power commissioned its first inter-state project located in the North Eastern region Sterlite Power was awarded project in challenging terrain of Jammu and Kashmir with route length of 887 ckms.
Sterlite Power commissions its second project
Sterlite Power awarded project in state of Telangana, taking its total project count to seven
Sterlite Power becomes first private transmission developer to win MoP award for early commissioning of 765/400 kV Dhule substation.
Sterlite Power became first developer to commission a TBCB project ahead of schedule.
Sterlite Power commissioned a key section of transmission corridor in Northern Region 12 months ahead of schedule.
Sterlite Power raised India’s first AAA (SO) rated infrastructure bonds without government guarantee for transmission projects
Sterlite Power invested in Finland based Sharper Shape for UAV based technology for automated inspection and data analytics Sterlite Power deployed helicranes to set up a power transmission line in the mountainous terrain of J&K in partnership with Erickson Inc
Sterlite Power was awarded another three projects of route lengths 624, 271, and 715 ckms. Total project count reaches ten
Sterlite Power Transmission Ltd. (SPTL) demerged from Sterlite Technologies Ltd. (STL) IndiGrid was formed as a registered trust, filed DRHP with SEBI.
Sterlite Power commissioned its fifth project
Sterlite Power was awarded its eleventh project of length 821 ckms in the North Eastern Region
Sterlite Power won two projects in Brazil, making it the first Indian transmission infrastructure developer to enter the global market
IndiGrid listed on Indian stock exchanges; Sterlite Power transferred two projects to IndiGrid
Sterlite Power’s Solutions business was awarded landmark project in Kerala.
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