1. Home
  2. India
  3. CM announces Rs 1,800cr power transmission upgradation for Chennai
CM announces Rs 1,800cr power transmission upgradation for Chennai

CM announces Rs 1,800cr power transmission upgradation for Chennai

110
0

The project will come up under engineering-procurement-construction model, the chief minister said. “Two GIS (gas-insulated switchgears) 400KV substations will be set up at and Koyambedu and Taramani in Chennai at Rs 2,010 crore,” Palaniswami said. A new 400KV substation will be built in Manalmedu in Nagapattinam at Rs 650 crore.A 500MW ultra-mega solar photovoltaic power park will be set up in Kadaladi block of Ramanathapuram district, comprising Naripaiyur and neighbouring villages at RS 2,350 crore. CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Thursday announced a slew of programmes for various departments, including Rs 1,800 crore worth transmission upgradation programme for Chennai city, with an installation of new substations and feeders.Making suo motu announcements under Rule 110, the chief minister said the initiative would help install 31 substations and upgradation of 314 high voltage transformers, 33 new 11KV feeders and strengthening of existing feeders. “This is aimed at increasing renewable energy sources and reduce the use of fossil fuel,” Panneerselvam said.The CM also announced a multi-modal logistics park at Ponneri, three SIPCOT industrial estates in Vellore, Tiruvallur and Tiruvannamalai, and 1,000 rolators/walkers for differently abled children.
Tamil Nadu chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Thursday announced a slew of programmes for various departments, including Rs 1,800 crore worth transmission upgradation programme for Chennai city, with an installation of new substations and feeders.Making suo motu announcements under Rule 110, the chief minister said the initiative would help install 31 substations and upgradation of 314 high voltage transformers, 33 new 11KV feeders and strengthening of existing feeders.”Two GIS (gas-insulated switchgears) 400KV substations will be set up at and Koyambedu and Taramani in Chennai at Rs 2,010 crore,” Palaniswami said. A new 400KV substation will be built in Manalmedu in Nagapattinam at Rs 650 crore.A 500MW ultra-mega solar photovoltaic power park will be set up in Kadaladi block of Ramanathapuram district, comprising Naripaiyur and neighbouring villages at RS 2,350 crore. The project will come up under engineering-procurement-construction model, the chief minister said.

At least four 230KV substations, 44 new 110KV substations and 80 new 33KV substations have also been planned for this fiscal at Rs 1,347 crore.Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agency and Energy Efficiency Services Limited, a joint venture of Central PSUs, will sign a memorandum of understanding to invest Rs 11,000 crore to improve the energy efficiency in buildings, public lighting, agriculture and water pumping. “This is aimed at increasing renewable energy sources and reduce the use of fossil fuel,” Panneerselvam said.The CM also announced a multi-modal logistics park at Ponneri, three SIPCOT industrial estates in Vellore, Tiruvallur and Tiruvannamalai, and 1,000 rolators/walkers for differently abled children.

Source:Β nyoooz
Anand Gupta Editor - EQ Int'l Media Network

LEAVE YOUR COMMENT

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *