Larsen & Toubro announced this week its power transmission & distribution business has secured new orders in India and abroad.
In India, the company won an order to implement SCADA/DMS and related IT infrastructure for urban area power distribution systems in central Gujarat. Its scope includes information storage and retrieval, front-end processing, outage management, network management, dispatcher training simulation, local data monitoring, etc with the requisite security systems.
Larsen & Toubro has also secured an order to build a 400 kV double-circuit transmission line in Jharkhand. The 133 km line is associated with the evacuation of power from a generating station.
In the Middle East, the Business has received the order to construct a ±525kV high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission segment. This link is part of a large capacity, voltage source converter-based HVDC system that connects Neom Industrial City and Yanbu City in western Saudi Arabia, stated the company.
In the Sarawak region of Malaysia, Larsen & Toubro bagged an order, in a consortium, to establish a 275kV substation. Once completed, the project will help improve power supply reliability in major load centers on the northwest coast of the island of Borneo.
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