L&T’s T&D arm gets major Saudi orders for power lines
POWER & RENEWABLE ENERGY

L&T’s T&D arm gets major Saudi orders for power lines

The Power Transmission & Distribution business of Larsen & Toubro has secured multiple EPC orders in the current quarter to build transmission lines and substations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The business will undertake engineering, design, procurement and construction of more than 400 km of 380KV overhead transmission lines and a new 230KV gas insulated substation with associated automation and protection systems.

The transmission network strengthening augurs well for providing reliable, safe and efficient electricity supply as Saudi Arabia is embarked on an ambitious National Renewable Energy Programme towards attaining an optimal generation mix as envisaged in its strategic vision for 2030.

These repeat orders from the largest electric energy system provider in the MENA region demonstrate the core strengths of the business and the customer confidence it has gained over decades of its association in the kingdom, the company said.

See also:
Not easy for India to meet renewables target by 2030: IEA
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The Power Transmission & Distribution business of Larsen & Toubro has secured multiple EPC orders in the current quarter to build transmission lines and substations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The business will undertake engineering, design, procurement and construction of more than 400 km of 380KV overhead transmission lines and a new 230KV gas insulated substation with associated automation and protection systems. The transmission network strengthening augurs well for providing reliable, safe and efficient electricity supply as Saudi Arabia is embarked on an ambitious National Renewable Energy Programme towards attaining an optimal generation mix as envisaged in its strategic vision for 2030. These repeat orders from the largest electric energy system provider in the MENA region demonstrate the core strengths of the business and the customer confidence it has gained over decades of its association in the kingdom, the company said. See also: Not easy for India to meet renewables target by 2030: IEAIndia requires to invest $12.1 trillion till 2050 for decarbonization

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