Infrastructure major Larsen and Toubro (L&T) on Tuesday said that it has bagged contracts for its power transmission and distribution business worth over Rs 1,000 crore, including from Bengaluru and Mumbai metro projects.
The engineering and construction company received two orders from Andhra Pradesh. The first one is for the design and construction of two 400 KV substations and transmission lines, part of the 400 KV ring network implemented to ensure uninterrupted power supply to Amaravati, the state’s new capital city. The second for the construction of a 15 MW grid-connected, floating solar farm, being executed as part of the Visakhapatnam Smart City project.
L&T also received an order to construct receiving substations and voltage cables from grid stations for the second phase of the Bengaluru metro and for the power supply system and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) works for Mumbai Metro Line 7 stretch.
The company has also bagged orders for the implementation of solar power generating systems totalling 200 MW in Tamil Nadu.
In UAE, it received contracts for the construction, supply, installation, testing of a 132/11kV Substation and its associated works.
L&T, headquartered in Mumbai is one among the largest multinational firms and construction company in the country today with operations in more than 30 countries worldwide.