Pakistan’s NEPRA grants licence to Sindh Transmission and Dispatch Company

Pakistan’s National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has granted a transmission licence to the Sindh Transmission and Dispatch Company to function as a provisional grid firm. This will enable the company to operate transmission lines for the Keti Bandar– Gharo Jhimpir wind corridor and supply wind energy to the Nooriabad industrial area. The proposed project is likely to involve the construction of a 500 kV quad-bundle double-circuit transmission line along the wind corridor, and a 500 kV junction grid in Nooriabad, through which power will be further transmitted to the distribution grids of K-Electric, Hyderabad Electric Supply Company Limited and Sukkur Electric Supply Company Limited.


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