Chandigarh, Jan 7 (UNI) Haryana Power Utilities commissioned 24 new substations, augmented 41 existing substations and constructed 173.961 km long transmission lines with a total investment of Rs 158.67 crore during the current financial year.
Giving this information here today, a spokesman for the Haryana Power Utilities said the new substations were one 220 kv substation at Daultabad (Gurgaon), four 132 kv substations at Naguran, Barwala, Dhanauri and Sector 3 Rohtak, two 66 kv substations at Fatehpur Biloch and Sector 38, Gurgaon and seventeen 33 kv substations at Gangoli, Manas, Mehmoodpur, Urlana, Sector 6, Rohtak, Chor Kersa, Badsui, Bishowa, Senior Secondary School Rohtak, Didwara, Brass, Baniyani, Karora, Chhattar, Lochhab, Sehlang and Guhna.
He said the augmentation covered four 220 kv substations at Palla, Rania, Nuna Majra (Bahadurgarh) and Rewari, ten 132 substations at Kosli, Newal, Tosham, Barwala, Kalanaur, Pali and Gothra, Uchana, Matlouda, Sampla and Ding, seven 66 kv substations at Gangori, Basantpur, Sector 1, Panchkula, Sector 3 Panchkula, Barwala and Sector 44 Gurgaon and twenty 33 kv substations at Koth Kalan, Bhiwani, Sasrauli, Bhud Kalan, Garhi Birbal, Sanjarwas, Kinana, Panjuana, Rori, Murthali, Mohammadkee, Kalanwali, Bhojawas, Kharia, Kathura, Bhalaut, Bahalgarh, Garhi Birbal, Jakholi and Sector 12 Karnal spread over in most of the Districts in the state.
He said that during the month of December 2007, one new 33 kv substation at Guhna was commissioned, three existing substations (132 kv substations at Sampla and Ding and 66 kv substation at Sector 44 Gurgaon) augmented and 8.984 km long transmission line constructed at a total cost of Rs 10.92 crore.
He said the expanded transmission and distribution network had enhanced system reliability.
The average transmission system availiability in the state, as per CERC calculative formulae, during the year 2007-08 (up to November 2007) was 99.6 per cent.
UNI MA JMK1957