Power Transmission Line BOOM Projects
With the advent of the Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode, KPTL has expanded its business portfolio to develop four transmission line projects. Below are details of the same:
Jhajjar KT Power Transmission Project
The Jhajjar KT Power Transmission Project was the first power transmission project in the country under Design Build Finance Operate and Finance (DBFOT) VGF model. Developed for the The Haryana VidyutPrasaran Nigam Limited (HVPNL), the project involved construction & procurement of a Transmission System comprising 100 kms Transmission Line and two 400kV Substations. The project was commissioned in March 2012 with a concession period of 25 years and a possibility of extension by another 10 years. The project was divested by KPTL in 2020.
Kalpataru Satpura Transco Private Limited
Madhya Pradesh Power Transmission Company Limited (MPPTCL) has awarded this transmission project on DBFOT VGF model for evacuation of generation from 2×250 MW extension units at Satpura TPS in M.P. The project scope involved construction of 400 kV DCDS overhead transmission line from Sarni to Ashta of about 240 Km . The project has concession period of 25 years and entitled for extension for another 10 years. The project was commissioned in April 2015. The project was sold by KPTL in 2019.
Alipurduar Transmission Limited
The Company secured third Transmission Line BOOM Project under its SPV Alipurduar Transmission Limited (ATL). The Project scope involves establishing Transmission System Strengthening in Indian System for transfer of power from New HEP’s in Bhutan on BOOM basis. ATL will own the Project for 35 years from scheduled COD. The project was commissioned in January 2020 and sold in November 2020.
Kohima-Mariani Transmission Limited
The Company secured fourth Transmission Line BOOM Project under its SPV Kohima-Mariani Transmission Limited (KMTL). The Project scope involves establishing Transmission System for “North Eastern Region Strengthening Scheme (NERSS-VI)” on BOOM basis (“Project”). KMTL will own the Project for 35 years from scheduled COD. The project was commissioned in November 2020.