Larsen & Toubro announced this week that its power transmission and distribution business has secured multiple EPC orders in the current quarter to build transmission lines and substations in Saudi Arabia.
The business will undertake the engineering, design, procurement, and construction of more than 400 km of 380 kV overhead transmission lines and a new 230 kV gas-insulated substation with associated automation and protection systems.
Its renewables arm has also declared the commissioning of a 20 MW floating solar plant for an undisclosed industrial reservoir in Uttar Pradesh. Going by a 2020 release, this plant is possibly the one built for NTPC, at the latter’s Auraiya Gas Power Plant.
L&T’s power transmission and distribution business vertical provides end-to-end solutions for transmission/distribution infrastructure, and clean electricity starting from solar plant EPC to last-mile electrification. The renewables arm of the power T&D business is a single-stop EPC service provider globally for GW-scale solar, energy storage, microgrid, and hybrid renewable projects.
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