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Govt approves transmission projects worth Rs 13,595 cr

Monday, 24 Jun 2024
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The government on 22 June, 2024 has approved two interstate transmission system (ISTS) projects costing Rs 13,595 crore, to evacuate nine GW of renewable energy (RE) from Rajasthan and Karnataka. These would be implemented through tariff-based competitive bidding. 

The power evacuation scheme for the Rajasthan Renewable Energy Zone, at around Rs 12,241 crore outlay, will evacuate 4.5 GW of RE. This comprises 1.0 GW from the Fatehgarh complex, 2.5 GW from the Barmer complex and 1.0 GW from the Nagaur (Merta) complex. The power will be transferred to the Mainpuri region, Fatehpur and Orai in Uttar Pradesh. The completion period of the scheme is two years.

The system strengthening scheme of Karnataka will evacuate 4.5 GW from the Koppal and Gadag areas. The scheme will be completed by June 2027, at a cost of about Rs 1,354 crore. As much as 50 GW of renewable energy capacity will be bid out in the ongoing FY25.

The schemes are part of the government's target to set up 500 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2030. Out of this, 200 GW is already connected. Further, RE sources contributed 71 percent to the 26 GW of power generation capacity added in FY24 in the country, as per data from the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW).


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