Adani Transmission Bags Two Green Energy Projects Worth Rs 1,400 Crore In Gujarat And Tamil Nadu

Adani Transmission Ltd (ATL), India’s largest private sector power transmission company and part of the diversified Adani Group, has received the Letter of Intent (LoI) for acquiring the renewable energy evacuation system under Khavda-Bhuj Transmission Ltd and Karur Transmission Ltd.

ATL won the project through the Tariff-Based Competitive Bidding (TBCB) process and has received the LoI for the project. ATL will build, own, operate and maintain the transmission project in Gujarat and Tamil Nadu for 35 years.

The project, Khavda-Bhuj Transmission Ltd, incorporated by PFC Consulting Ltd, primarily consists of the following elements – approximately 220 ckt km of the transmission line connecting Khavda pooling station with Bhuj pooling station, 4,500 MVA, 765 kV Gas Insulated Substation at Khavda.

“With an estimated capex of more than Rs 1,200 crore, ATL’s execution of the project will help evacuate about 3 GW of renewable energy from Khavda, Gujarat. The project will help shape one of the country’s largest solar and wind farms,” the company said.

The project, Karur Transmission Ltd, incorporated by PFC Consulting Ltd, primarily consists of the following elements – establishment of 2x500MVA, 400/230 kV Karur Pooling Station (at a location between Karur Wind Energy Zone and Tiruppur Wind Energy Zone), LILO of both circuits of Pugalur – Pugalur (HVDC) 400 kV D/c line at Karur PS.

ATL’s execution of this project will help evacuate renewable energy from the Karur-Tiruppur region. The estimated capex will be more than Rs 200 crore.