NEW DELHI: Reliance Power Transmission Limited is exclusively exhibiting its expertise over power transmission sector in the ongoing trade show ‘India Electricity 2011’ at NSIC exhibition complex in the city.
The company is working on various large-scale power transmission projects in India and it claims to be the first independent private transmission company doing business in this sector. It is currently operating five transmission lines, increasing its total capacity to 1000 circuit kms. The power-strengthening project executed by the company comprises nine 400 kV D/C lines to facilitate free flow of 4000 MW from eastern to western region of the country.
The transmission division is a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Infrastructure Limited. It has led the conversion from a conventional power generation to network expansion based integrated systems. At present, the company has its presence in 12 states across India and is executing the interstate transmission project worth Rs 7 billion.
“Currently we are executing the Parbati Koldam Transmission project worth Rs. 1,070 Crore in Himachal Pradesh for the Northern Regional grid. This project comprises two 400kV S/C and one 400 kV D/C lines of 481 circuit kms,” informs Rupin Rawat, Assistant Manager of Reliance Power Transmission.