KEC International (KEC) has secured new orders worth Rs 795 crore spread across its transmission and power systems businesses. In transmission, it has received three orders worth Rs 600 crore – two from PowerGrid and one from the Ceylon Electricity Board, Sri-Lanka.In Orissa, it has secured an order worth Rs 299 crore from PGCIL for establishment of 765 kV double circuit transmission lines on a turnkey basis between Angul – Srikakulam.In Andhra-Pradesh it has secured an order worth Rs 247 crore from PGCIL for 400 kV double circuit transmission lines on a turnkey basis between Nellore - Thiruvalam.The Sri-Lanka order is for a 132 kV double-circuit transmission line on a turnkey basis between Ambalangoda to Galle grid substation.In the power systems business, it has received three orders from Kenya of total worth Rs 195 crore – two orders are for setting up substations on a turnkey basis and the third order is for setting up underground cables on a turnkey basis. These orders are received from the Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC). Ramesh Chandak, MD & CEO of KEC International, said, “We are happy to see continuous order inflows for substations from Kenya. Apart from this, in the last 6 months, we have strengthened our presence in the SAARC region by securing four orders for transmission lines across Afghanistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.” Meanwhile, KEC has completed its phase 1 expansion by commencing the commercial production of high tension (HT) power cables (up to 33 kV) at its greenfield facility in Vadodara, Gujarat, with an annual production capacity of approximately 1,800 km of cables.Contact: KEC InternationalTel: +91 22 6667 0200Web: www.kecrpg.com
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