Reliance Infrastructure Limited has commissioned 400KV double circuit transmission line part of the country’s first 100% privately owned transmission project on the build, own and operate basis in Gujarat’s Limbdi and Ranchhodpura passing .
The 103 km long transmission line is a part of the WRSS project that has an outlay of about INR 1,400 crore and a total length of 1,500 km.
RInfra’s wholly owned subsidiary Reliance Power Transmission Ltd had commissioned first line of the project Solapur Karad in January much before the scheduled commissioning in a record time of 15 months.
Once commissioned, the project would facilitate the free flow of 4,000 MW from the power rich eastern region to the power starved western region and would benefit all regional utilities. This would also immediately aid in relieving grid congestion presently being experienced in Gujarat.
Currently, RInfra is executing five transmission projects spread across almost all parts of the country with a total outlay of over INR 6,600 crore.