CG wins Rs.115 cr order from PGCIL

 Avantha Group Company CG has bagged a significant order from Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL) for the supply of 80 MVAR 765kV Shunt Reactors valued at Rs. 115 crore. The scope of this contract to be executed in 20 months includes design, engineering, manufacture, shop testing, supply, erection testing and commissioning at site, and other associated civil works.
These reactors will be installed at PGCIL’s Vemagiri and Srikakulam Sub-stations in the state of Andhra Pradesh and will add to the existing population of over 100 CG made reactors already in commission in PGCIL’s UHV network.  This order reinforces CG’s existing leadership in the UHV transmission segment in India and its long standing relationship with the Central Transmission Utility.
CG won this order beating stiff global competition and its successful track record having partnered with PGCIL for multiple projects. These reactors when commissioned will not only enhance the transmission efficiency of the national grid, but will also improve the quality of power that reaches the consumer.
As India migrates to 765kV as the national transmission backbone, CG plays a vital role in building that grid with its indigenously created UHV portfolio. CG has attained self sufficiency in the segment having created a complete UHV platform comprising Transformers, Reactors, Current Transformers, Capacitive Voltage Transformers, Circuit Breakers and Surge Arresters.

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CG wins Rs.115 cr order from PGCIL

 Avantha Group Company CG has bagged a significant order from Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL) for the supply of 80 MVAR 765kV Shunt Reactors valued at Rs. 115 crore. The scope of this contract to be executed in 20 months includes design, engineering, manufacture, shop testing, supply, erection testing and commissioning at site, and other associated civil works.
These reactors will be installed at PGCIL’s Vemagiri and Srikakulam Sub-stations in the state of Andhra Pradesh and will add to the existing population of over 100 CG made reactors already in commission in PGCIL’s UHV network.  This order reinforces CG’s existing leadership in the UHV transmission segment in India and its long standing relationship with the Central Transmission Utility.
CG won this order beating stiff global competition and its successful track record having partnered with PGCIL for multiple projects. These reactors when commissioned will not only enhance the transmission efficiency of the national grid, but will also improve the quality of power that reaches the consumer.
As India migrates to 765kV as the national transmission backbone, CG plays a vital role in building that grid with its indigenously created UHV portfolio. CG has attained self sufficiency in the segment having created a complete UHV platform comprising Transformers, Reactors, Current Transformers, Capacitive Voltage Transformers, Circuit Breakers and Surge Arresters.

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