INTRODUCTION Given the broadband boom in India, the telecom sector has a constant need for reliable world-class communication infrastructure. The Convergence business unit leverages its OPGW fiber-based utility network to meet this growing demand.
INTRODUCTION Smart cities across India are gearing up for the digital revolution by building the required infrastructure aimed at improving the lives of citizens. The foundation of such a digital infrastructure is the fiber network which serves as the backbone for all applications. Convergence business fulfills the above need by providing a win-win partnership to […]
INTRODUCTION The coastal state is undergoing fast-paced industrialisation, on account of which it experiences growing demand for power. We developed transmission systems through the Odisha Generation Phase-II (OGPTL) project, comprising a 765 kV Jharsuguda-Raipur line and a 400 kV Sundergarh-Jharsuguda line.
INTRODUCTION Under the Gurgaon Palwal Transmission Limited (GPTL) project, we are commissioning three gas-insulated substations and two bays. It faces major concerns regarding right-of-way issues.
INTRODUCTION Driven by our core values of ‘innovation’ and ‘social impact’, Sterlite Power recently heralded in a pioneering new technology in India – Zero Shutdown Reconductoring, to address transmission congestion challenges. This unique project was successfully completed with the reconductoring of a 66 kV transmission line connecting Bengaluru’s Electronic City under ‘Live-line conditions.’
INTRODUCTION We won the Arcoverde (literally the ‘Green Arch’) project, our very first on foreign soil, in an auction conducted by Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency (ANEEL) in April 2017. The concession was signed in August 2017. This project was key to establishing our credibility as a trusted transmission player in the country.
INTRODUCTION This northernmost region of India faces severe power deficit, crippling daily life and adversely impacting its path to progress. The problem gets a lot worse during the harsh winters, as less hydropower is generated. There was a need to connect the Valley with the Northern Grid via a reliable transmission corridor.