Godrej & Boyce’s Power Transmission Biz Wins over Rs 550 Cr Orders in Domestic Market
Godrej Group company Godrej & Boyce Mfg Co Ltd said that its Power Infrastructure and Renewable Energy (PIRE) business unit has secured more than Rs 550 crore worth of orders in the power transmission segment.
February 08, 2022. By Manu Tayal
Further, the orders comprised of 400kV New AIS substations, 220kV New GIS substations, 220kV transmission lines and 220kV underground cables in the domestic transmission and distribution (T&D) market.
Commenting on the order, Raghavendra Mirji, Senior Vice President & Head – Power Infrastructure & Renewable Energy (PIRE), Godrej Electricals & Electronics, said, “we are enthused to have secured new orders amidst the challenging times. The current orders further strengthen our presence in the domestic T&D market. With these orders, G&B has expanded its portfolio in EHV substation & transmission line projects across India.”
Godrej Electricals & Electronics, an arm of Godrej & Boyce, has forayed into the power transmission business in 2010 and has successfully commissioned several EHV substation projects up to 400kV across all territories in the country, and further aims to consolidate its position in 400kV and above segment.
Over the years the company has established itself as one of the most trusted EPC companies in the power transmission segment in India.
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