Jhajjar KT inaugurated power transmission substation in Haryana

Jhajjar KT inaugurated power transmission substation in Haryana
Jhajjar KT Transco Pvt Ltd (JKTPL), a special purpose vehicle with 51:49 joint venture between Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd and Techno Electric and Engineering Company Ltd, inaugurated its power transmission substation at Jhajjar in Haryana. The substation was inaugurated by Deepender Singh Hooda, Member of Parliament, Rohtak.
JKTPL was awarded the project to build a 400 KV intra-state power transmission system by Haryana Vidyut Prasaran Nigam Limited (HVPNL) in May 2010. The 400 KV Transmission network comprises of Double Circuit Quad Moose Line extending from Jharli to Kabulpur, Rohtak (35 KM) and Kabulpur to Dipalpur, Sonepat (64 KM) with 2 No. Sub-Stations of 400/220/132 KV of 24 Bays each at Rohtak and Sonepat. The transmission network is designed to facilitate evacuation of 2,400 MW of power and is in operation since March 2012.
The Rs.444 crore project has been financed through a mix of debt and equity. Debt at Rs.276 crore and the combined equity of Rs.76 crore was put in by both joint venture partners. The grant of Rs.92 crore has been extended by the Central Government. The project will ensure a sustainable income flow of Rs.4.5 crore to the company as a unitary charge payable per month.
Speaking on the occasion, Deepender Singh Hooda, Member of Parliament, Rohtak, said, “Haryana has achieved a new milestone in transmission infrastructure creation with the execution of Jhajjar Power Transmission Project under Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode. This is the first ambitious project of the country set up under the PPP Mode.”

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