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Power Evacuation

Power Evaculation

Electrical Infrastructure and Power Evacuation

Like any power generator, Wind Power Projects (WPPs) also require efficient evacuation system as a critical element of the entire business chain. Revenue and profitability solely depends upon the robust transmission system. We execute all WPPs which are state grid compliant.

Our dedicated Transmission team lead by veteran domain experts have deep understanding of the grid network in the entire region and research capabilities. They conduct a thorough study of the power evacuation arrangement in the area, where wind power potential exists. They also explore the possibilities of evacuation by strengthening the STU network and execute the network enhancement projects to ensure efficient evacuation of power without any constraint.

Our core strength in establishing a robust Power Collection Network for each wind farm including system up to the grid injection point, plays a pivotal role for the investor because many times, the state grid development does not get upgraded at the pace at which wind farms get developed. This may result in curtailment at a later stage, if not properly taken care of. We at Wind World study the state grid thoroughly, analyse it in-house with software, and create a fool-proof system for our investors.

We have a proven track record in constructing new substations and upgrading existing ones at various voltage levels, ranging from 33 KV to 220 KV, across the country. We have established our own design and specifications complying to relevant standards of the country. Whereever required, we build lines with multi-circuit towers, instead of poles, for even 33 KV wind farm internal lines.. The rugged lattice structure is practically maintenance free and ensures great grid availability.

Our own Electrical Network Asset is comparable with any Power Utility of the country. Further, we approximately add 700 to 800 kms of 33KV lines year a year.