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Sterlite Power receives pre-licences for two transmission projects [free access]

September 6, 2019

India-based Sterlite Power has received the license from Superintendência de Administração do Meio Ambiente (Sudema) or Superintendent of Environment Administration, and Instituto do Meio Ambiente e Recursos Hídricos (INEMA) or Institute of Environment and Water Resources, for two transmission projects in Brazil. The company won both the projects during Auction No. 02/2018 hosted by energy regulator, Agencia Nacional de Energia Eletrica (ANEEL), in June 2018, and are scheduled to be completed by 2023.

 

The first project includes construction of the 500 kV, 127 km Campina Grande III–João Pessoa II line, João Pessoa II line of 500/230 kV, (3+1R)x150 MVA and 230/69 kV, 2x150 MVA capacity, and sectioning of the 230 kV Goianinha–Mussuré II line with the João Pessoa II substation with capacity of 2x0.5 km; the 230 kV Goianinha–Santa Rita II line with the João Pessoa II substation with capacity of 2x0.5 km; and of the 230 kV Santa Rita II–Mussuré II line with the João Pessoa II substation with capacity of 2x0.5 km.

 

Another project involves the construction of the 500 kV Porto de Sergipe–Olindina C1 line of 180 km; 500 kV Olindina–Sapeaçu C1 line of 207 km; and 230 kV Morro do Chapéu II–Irecê C2 and C3 line of 67 km.