Chandigarh Oct 17 (UNI) To ensure uninterrputed power supply to about 15 villages, the Haryana Power Utilities has energised the newly constructed 132 KV substation, Jassia in Rohtak.
The estimated cost of the sub station is Rs nine crore and it will have double circuit power supply facility shortly.
Giving details, a spokesman said here today that almost half of the existing load of the area had been put on 10/16 mega volt amperes transformer and remaining part was being fed from the existing 33 KV substation.
Another transformer of 20/25 mega volt amperes has also been installed and at present working on no load as per technical requirements. This transformer would transmit electricity to the upcoming 33 KV substation, Jindran, being constructed by the Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam.
The substation has been connected with 220 KV sub station, Rohtak with single line whereas the work on the second circuit is in progress. There is a provision of connecting this substation with the line feeding 132 KV substation, Gohana and upcoming 132 KV substation, Mundlana also.
In the event of any fault on one line, the villages being fed from Jassia will be able to get electricity from the second transmission line.
He said that more than 10,700 electricity consumers including 665 tubewell and 43 industrial connections of village Sanghi, Khidwali, Jindran, Jassia, Brahmanwas, Basantpur, Dhamar, Katwara, Ghuskani, Makroli Kalan, Makroli Khurd, Ghilour Kalan, Ghilour Khurd, Kahni and Rihtal would be directly benefited by way of better voltage and continuity of power supply.
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