The project transfers power from the atomic power plant near Kota in Rajasthan to Shujalpur in Madhya Pradesh to provide the path for the evacuation of electricity generated at RAPP-7 and 8. The transmission system evacuates and transmits power through a 200 Km long 400 kV Double Circuit line. This line has further strengthened power transfer capability from the Northern Grid to the Western Grid.
The PKTCL project has been brought into existence to grow generation capacity in the eastern parts of India. It was essential towards the interconnection of state grids with regional grids to facilitate exchange of additional power between them. The project involves the establishment of two 400 kV Double Circuit transmission lines and has been awarded on a ‘Build, Own, Operate and Maintain (BOOM)’ basis.
A one-of-its-kind project in Brazil, the Pampa project once completed will be transmitting power of over 1500 MVA.
The state of Odisha has emerged as one of the key centers for power generation in India. Sterlite Power will develop transmission systems to help power projects in the state cater to the demand centers in the country. The project is a part of Common Transmission System for Phase-II Generation Projects and Immediate Evacuation System for OPGC Project in Odisha. The transmission lines will be part of the interstate transmission network providing additional evacuation of up to 5,000 MW of electricity from Odisha-based plants that are seeking better access to power-consuming centers. Sterlite Power will Build, Own, Operate & Maintain two lines that will connect Odisha and Chhattisgarh.
The Northern Region Strengthening Scheme (NRSS)-29 is the largest private sector transmission project awarded in the country till date. The project is critical for meeting the power requirements of the state of Jammu & Kashmir. The Kashmir Valley region, besides dealing with socio-economic problems, suffers from blackouts during the harsh winter months. The state currently produces only 800 MW of power and within three years will require almost 4,000 MW of power. Even though it has huge hydropower potential, it must procure power from other states for the foreseeable future. Post commissioning, our project now delivers over 1,000 MW of electricity from Punjab to the Kashmir Valley by strengthening the National Grid.
This project is the expansion of North-Southeast and North-Northeast interconnections. This is a part of the Belo Monte HPP energy flow solution.
NER-II Transmission Limited (“NER”) was incorporated on April 21, 2015. It entered a TSA (the “NER TSA”) on December 27, 2016. The NER-II project was awarded to Sterlite Power by the Ministry of Power on February 22, 2017 for a 35-year period from the scheduled commercial operation date of the NER-II Project, on a BOOM basis. The project is under development and is expected to be fully commissioned and operational by November 2020.
Supply of electric energy to the metropolitan region of Belém and Northeast of the state of Pará.
Maheshwaram Transmission Limited (MTL) will create a key component to enable southern India to draw more power from North-East-West (NEW) Grid. It will also help address the issue of power stability in Telangana region. The project was envisaged to provide grid connectivity for Maheshwaram 765/400 kV Pooling Substation and Nizamabad 765/400 kV Substation. MTL will Build, Own, Operate & Maintain two lines with total line length of 236 kms for 35 years.
Khargone Transmission Project will connect NTPC’s 1,320 MW thermal power project at Khandwa in Madhya Pradesh, to the transmission system for catering Maharashtra and southern states. The transmission line will connect the generation project to three substations.