Chandigarh, Sep 13 (UNI) The Haryana Vidyut Prasaran Nigam (HVPN) has commissioned 132 KV substation at Sector-3, Rohtak, 66 KV substation Sector-38, Gurgaon and erected two km long transmission lines at a total cost of Rs 18.65 crore during the month of August.
Stating this here today, a HVPN spokesman said the Haryana Power Utilities had set up 15 new substations, augmented 25 existing substations and erected 97 km long transmission lines with an investment of Rs 97.49 crore during the current financial year so far.
He said the new substations included 132 KV substations at Naguran, Barwala, Dhanauri and Sector-3, Rohtak, 66 KV substations at Fatehpur Biloch and Sector-38, Gurgaon while 33KV substations had been set up at Gangoli, Manas, Mehmoodpur, Urlana, Sector-6, Rohtak, Chor Karsa, Badsui, Bishowa and Senior Secondary School at Rohak.
Referring the augmentation, he said that the existing capacity of 220 KV substation Palla, Rania, Nuna Majra (Bahadurgarh) and Rewari, 132 KV substation Kosli, Newal, Tosham, Barwala and Kalanaur and 66 KV substation Barnala, Gangori, Basantpur, Sector-1 and 3, Panchkula and Barwala had been augmented.
He said that the existing capacity of 33 KV substations at Koth Kalan, RD-O Bhiwani, Sasrauli, Bhud Kalan, Garhi Birbal, Sanjharwas, Kinana, Panjuana, Rori and Murthal spread over in most of the districts of the state had also been augmented by installing higher capacity transformers or additional transformers.
He said that the expanded transmission and distribution network had enhanced system reliability. The average transmission system availability in the State, as per Central Electricity Regulatory Commission formula, during this year upto July had been 99.59 per cent, he added.
He said that the HVPN had given top priority to ensure transmission of electricity without interruptions and proper voltage to minimise damage of distribution transformers and consumer complaints in the state.