Our Commitment

Creating a better future for all, requires strong planning and action across the board. We are committed to realize our core purpose “Empowering Humanity By Addressing The Toughest Challenges Of Energy Delivery”.

Creating a better future for all, requires strong planning and action across the board. We are committed to realize our core purpose “Empowering Humanity By Addressing The Toughest Challenges Of Energy Delivery”.

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Safety

Working on transmission projects can be extremely dangerous, and in some cases life threatening. Minimizing risk to human life is not optional, and our mandatory safety training modules have helped prevent accidents around the world.

Worksite Safety

Safety is at the heart of every project, every office and every individual associated with Sterlite Power. Here’s a quick safety reckoner for all our employees, customers and partners now and in the future

Mandatory Boot Camp

Safety training for our workforce is mandatory. The right training can prove to be the difference in a life-threatening situation, and our boot camps ensure that our workforce is ready for all challenges when they step out into the field.

QHSE

Setting up transmission infrastructure around the world requires a strong focus on quality and reliability and a safe work environment. Transmission lines go through extreme stresses, such as floods, earthquakes, strong winds and rain, while they need to stand the test of time.

Community

No future can be built without a strong and empowered community. While our efforts in the field of transmission will provide access to reliable electricity, our ability to connect to the remotest of communities and help them progress makes us incredibly proud.

Sustainability

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.

The Government’s vision of ‘24x7 Power for All’, coupled with the rapid development of renewable generation capacity, requires transmission projects to be commissioned in a fraction of the conventional time frame, creating a time constraint. Urbanization, environment regulations and Right of Way (ROW) issues create a space constraint for power transmission projects. The scale of investment required to build transmission capacity to meet the country’s power needs is significant, creating a capital constraint.

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