Sterlite Power bagged orders from PGCIL, Damodar Valley Corporation, and West Bengal State Electricity Transmission Company Ltd. The projects are for high-performance conductors and reconductoring solutions for transmission projects.
June 2, 2022
Sterlite Power has bagged a number of orders worth around INR 1600 crore across its solutions business in the domestic and international markets. The leading integrated power transmission developer has secured orders from – Power Grid Corporation of India (PGCIL), Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC), and West Bengal State Electricity Transmission Company Ltd. (WBSETCL) in the Master System Integrator segment.
The orders are intended for the installation and supply of high-performance conductors and reconductoring solutions for transmission projects, as per the information shared by the company.
Additionally, Sterlite Power has also acquired strategic maiden orders of EHV cables for state transmission utilities in Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Karnataka and orders for overhead power lines from large-scale customers in North America and CIS regions.
Speaking about the orders, Mr. Manish Agarwal, CEO – India Transmission Business, Sterlite Power, said, “We are happy to win these new orders across our Solutions business which significantly adds to our robust order book. Our integrated model provides us with a strategic advantage in delivering complex projects successfully while also diversifying our revenue base.”
As part of its solutions business unit, Sterlite Power manufactures and sells a portfolio of products, covering high-performance conductors, OPGW, and EHV power cables, to international customers, including central and state electricity transmission companies.
Recently, Sterlite Power had secured bids for inter-state transmission system projects in Jammu & Kashmir as well as North-East India under its infrastructure business segment. The Kishtwar transmission project is based in J&K and comprises a 400/132kV GIS substation at Kishtwar and a 400 kV Kishenpur – Dulhasti LILO (Line in Line out) transmission line.