Larsen & Toubro (L&T) announced this week that its power transmission and distribution business has secured EPC orders in India and Saudi Arabia. The company has put the cumulative value of these projects under INR 2,500 to 5,000 crore category.
In Saudi Arabia, L&T has secured two orders to establish 380 kV overhead power transmission lines connecting prominent cities situated on the Red Sea coast. These systems will strengthen projects that involve 400 km of transmission lines to meet the growing demand in these industrial and tourism hubs.
Another order has been secured to design, supply, and construct a 380 kV substation in the central region of Saudi Arabia. The substation will be a crucial element to evacuate renewable capacity as part of Saudi Arabia’s diversification to non-fossil fuel sources in their electricity mix.
Further, in the domestic market, the business continued its winning streak in the Revamped Reforms Based and Results-Linked Distribution Sector (RDSS) Scheme projects with fresh orders from a prominent Gujarat electricity distribution company. The scope of work involves the modernization and development of distribution infrastructure in three districts of Gujarat’s southern region.
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