State-run Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd (PGCIL) has commissioned the transmission system related to Rajasthan Solar Energy Zone (SEZ) Part-C on October 4.
PowerGrid Khetri Transmission System (PKTSL), a fully-owned subsidiary of PGCIL, has commissioned this technique, a Power Ministry assertion stated.
This is among the largest interstate tariff based mostly aggressive bidding (TBCB) initiatives established within the state of Rajasthan, it said.
It includes a brand new 765 kV Sub-station at Khetri (Rajasthan) and connects the capital of the nation at Jhatikara (Delhi) via a 765 kV double circuit transmission line and likewise connects Sikar (Rajasthan) via a 400 kV double circuit transmission line.
The commissioning of PKTSL system will facilitate switch of renewable energy from Rajasthan to numerous components of the nation.
It will profit industries, households and companies, boosting the financial improvement of Rajasthan and the nation in totality.
It will increase the transmission infrastructure to evacuate renewable power thereby decreasing dependency on fossil fuels, according to Government of India’s imaginative and prescient of reaching 450 GW renewable power goal by 2030.
As per the assertion, charging of this necessary transmission mission will improve ease of dwelling in addition to present GatiShakti to infrastructure improvement actions, via provide of high quality and dependable inexperienced energy throughout the nation.