The Lakadia Vadodara Transmission Project Limited has is a “Green Energy Transmission Corridor” project aimed at meeting India’s renewable energy target of installing 175 GW by 2022. The transmission line will connect the wind energy zones of Bhuj to the load centres in Maharashtra and Gujarat. The Lakadia – Vadodara 765 kV D/C line will help in the evacuation of power from renewable energy (RE) sources in Kutch to Vadodara for onward dispersal.
Length: ~329 km
Power: 765 kV Double Circuit (Hexa) line
Deadline: SCOD as per TSA is 31/12/2010
Element 1 – Lakadia – Vadodara 765 kV D/C transmission line
Element 2 – 765 kV AIS Bay at Lakadia
Element 3 – 765 kV GIS Bay at Vadodara
Lakadia-Vadodara 765 kV D/C Line
329 km | 798 locs.
330MVAr switchable line reactors at both ends of Lakadia – Vadodara 765kV D/c line
1X110 MVAR, 765 kV, 1 ph. Switchable line reactor (spare unit) at Vadodara end
765kV bay extn at Lakadia SS (AIS) and Vadodara SS (GIS)