Mumbai, Jul 2 (UNI) ICSA Ltd, the fastest growing company in the power sector, has secured orders worth Rs 145.91 crore from various state electricity boards, including Uttar Haryana Bijlee Vitaran Nigam Ltd, Dakshin Haryana Bijlee Vitaran Nigam Ltd and Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd.
The orders bagged were for supply and erection of 132KV, 33/11KV, and 11KV sub-stations and lines and erection, testing and commissioning of high- and low-tension distribution transformers.
Speaking about the bagged orders, ICSA (India) Ltd's Chairman and Managing Director Bala Reddy said ''ICSA undertakes large power projects across the country and we want to balance our orders evenly between private and public sector companies.'' ICSA has been at the forefront of developing technology solutions for the power, oil, water and gas sectors to identify Transmission and Distribution losses, and monitor power and oil consumption using the GSM network. By identifying distribution losses, which are a huge burden to the exchequer, ICSA helps reduce the losses suffered by the companies. An ISO 9001:2000 company, it undertakes large power projects across several countries in Asia and has offices in India , Singapore and Malaysia, a company release said here today.
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