Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd, a leading global EPC player in the power and infrastructure contracting sector, has secured new orders worth around Rs.765 crore. The major orders include:
* 765kV D/C Chittorgarh-Ajmer transmission lines (part I & II) of about 150 km worth Rs.443 crore from PGCIL
* Supply of transmission towers to Poland worth Rs.153 crore
* 220kV S/C supply, delivery, installation and commissioning of 110-km transmission lines in Botswana worth Rs.115 crore
* Pipeline laying projects worth Rs.35 crore from GAIL (India) Ltd
“We have strengthened our presence in domestic markets, especially in high voltage segment from PGCIL and SEBs. In international business, we have continued to expand our reach by entering two more countries i.e. Poland and Botswana,” Manish Mohnot, Joint Managing Director, Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd.
Earlier this month, KPTL started commercial operations of its second transmission line BOOT contract set up for evacuation of a 2×250 MW state power project at Satpura in Madhya Pradesh. The scope involved design, financing, construction and commissioning, and operation and maintenance of a 240-km 400kV transmission line.
The company would own the project for 25 years with an extension of 10 years. It won this BOOT project with the quoted grant of Rs.60.75 crore. The project will generate annuity revenues of around Rs.38 crore per annum.