Adani Transmission Limited (ATL), India’s largest private sector power transmission and retail distribution company and a part of the diversified Adani Group, has completed construction of one of India’s longest intrastate transmission lines of 897 circuit km. The line was constructed in Uttar Pradesh by Ghatampur Transmission Ltd (GTL), a subsidiary of ATL.
The transmission line comprises four 765KV and 400KV bay extensions at Agra, Greater Noida and Hapur. This project has been developed under public-private partnership mode on a ‘build, own, operate and maintain’ (BOOM) basis. It will provide transmission services to long-term transmission customers with 35 years of runway ahead.
Anil Sardana, MD and CEO, Adani Transmission Ltd “Adani Transmission is constantly evolving into a significant player in Indian grid networks. Completion of this large project even during the Covid pandemic is a significant achievement. This proves ATL’s commitment to nation building and to becoming a world class leader in creating long-term sustainable value for our stakeholders. This project will improve reliability, operational efficiency and the robustness of UP’s power system network, especially benefitting the areas of Kanpur, Agra, Greater Noida and Hapur. This will also strengthen the resolve towards ‘24×7 Power for all’, the joint initiative of the Central and State Govts.”
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