Sterlite Power announced on Monday that it has commissioned Gujarat’s 335 km long green energy corridor, the Lakadia-Vadodara Transmission Project (LVTPL), to evacuate solar and wind power from the state.
The project aims to deliver more than 5,000 megawatts (MW) of electricity from the renewable fertile regions of Buj and Kutch to the national grid and will serve as a catalyst for accelerating India’s transition to a greener economy. A step forward, the company said in a statement.
“Constructed with an investment of Rs 202.4 crore, this interstate transmission will connect Lacadia’s 765/400 kV substation to Vadodara via a 335 km long 765 kV double circuit transmission line,” he added. rice field.
With 812 pylons spread across seven districts in Gujarat, this is one of the largest transmission lines ever built in India. In addition, it will form a key part of his 30,000 MW hybrid renewable energy park, the world’s largest, to be built in Kutch.
Sterlite Power MD Pratik Agarwal said: It has been a difficult road, but by 2030 he has successfully released 5,000 MW of green power for the country to accelerate his vision of 500 GW of renewable energy in India. ”
The project was awarded in 2019 and work started in 2020 during Covid-19. True to its innovative spirit, Sterlite has implemented creative construction techniques such as pocket foundations, well point systems, and unique tower designs to ensure durability capable of withstanding the challenges of the region’s complex terrain. The company says it has built a power infrastructure with