Sterlite Power Bags Power Transmission Projects Worth Rs. 1600 Crores

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Sterlite Power is a world-class power transmission provider and solution provider. It has received multiple orders in excess of INR 1600 crores for its Solutions business on the domestic and international market.


Customers such as Power Grid Corporation of India (PGCIL), Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) and West Bengal State Electricity Transmission Company Limited (WBSETCL), have placed orders for the MSI (Master System Integration) segment.

These orders cover the supply and installation of high-performance conductors as well as reconductoring solutions to transmission projects. Sterlite Power’s Products segment has received strategic maiden orders for EHV cables in Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. Additionally, Sterlite Power has been awarded overhead lines orders from well-respected international customers in North America, CIS, and North America.

M. Manish Agarwal (CEO – India Transmission Business at Sterlite Power), commented on the order wins. He said that “we are happy to win these orders across our Solutions company which significantly increases our orderbook.” The integrated model gives us a competitive advantage in the delivery of complex projects and diversifies our revenue base.

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The company’s Solutions business unit manufactures and sells a wide range of products to international customers. This includes transmission developers, central and state electricity transmission companies, as well as transmission engineering, procurement and construction (“EPC”) contractors. The MSI sub-unit provides specialty contracting services and bespoke solutions to the uprate, fiberization, and upgrade of brownfield transmission infrastructure projects. The company also provides underground EHV turnkey services, including cable laying as well as substation development.

It recently won two inter-state transmission project projects in J&K and north-east India under its infrastructure business segment. This will help to connect clean and green energy to the national grid. Kishtwar Transmission Project is located in Jammu & Kashmir. It includes a 400/132kV substation at Kishtwar as well as a 400 kV Kishenpur – Dulhasti LILO transmission line. The Nangalbibra-Bongaigaon transmission project consists of the construction of 300 km of transmission lines as well as a greenfield substation with 320MVA transformation capability across the North-Eastern terrains of Assam, Meghalaya and Meghalaya.

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