Following the power ministry´s recent order to incentivise power transmission projects achieving early completion, the transmission project of Rajasthan Atomic Power Project (RAPP) has been commissioned ahead of schedule.
The government had issued an order in July 2015 that transmission projects won under tariff-based competitive bidding (TBCB) and those awarded to PowerGrid Corporation for system strengthening would get transmission charge from the date of commercial operations, even if it is ahead of schedule.
In a statement to the exchanges, Sterlite Grid, which constructed RAPP, said the project, which was awarded to the company in 2013, was completed within 12 months from the start of construction and would directly benefit the states of Madhya Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana. This makes RAPP the first project eligible for the power ministry´s incentive programme.
The estimated cost of the project is nearly Rs.275 crore. The project includes laying a 200-km, 400-kilovolt double-circuit transmission line passing through Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. It will act as an inter-regional link to strengthen transmission systems associated with RAPP to exchange power between the northern and western grids, the company said.
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