Godrej Secures EPC Projects Worth Rs 20 Billion, Including 20 MW Solar Plant Order in West Bengal

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Godrej Electricals & Electronics’ Power Infrastructure and Renewable Energy (PIRE) business unit has announced securing orders worth over Rs 2,000 crore in the power transmission, railways, and solar sectors.


The orders include engineering procurement construction (EPC) projects for high-voltage substations of 400kV and 765kV throughout India. Additionally, the company will undertake a GIS substation project with an underground cable of 220kV in Mumbai, as well as a 132kV substation project in Nepal. In the solar segment, a 20 MW ground-mounted solar plant order in West Bengal has been secured.

The orders align with the company’s objective to grow its solar EPC portfolio by 30% annually over the next three years, while also promoting energy conservation. This expansion marks the company’s entry into railway electrification, with a significant project worth over Rs 900 crore from Indian Railways for the construction of traction substations and associated works. The project supports India’s vision of modernizing its railways and advancing sustainable transportation.

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Raghavendra Mirji, Senior Vice President & Business Head at Godrej Electricals & Electronics, expressed enthusiasm about the diversification strategy to strengthen the power transmission sector and expand into railways and international segments. These orders allow the company to broaden its customer base, serving non-utility clients alongside power utilities. With a growing portfolio in high-voltage cables, substations, traction substations, and solar projects, Godrej Electricals & Electronics aims to contribute to India’s infrastructure development and power transmission improvements.


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