Punjab CM dedicates 66 K.V. Grid Sub-Stations at Moosa & Ramgarh Bhudda
Kanwar Inder Singh/royalpatiala.in/ Patiala
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday dedicated two 66 K.V. grid sub-stations, in Mansa and Mohali districts to the people of Punjab through video conferencing.
With the commissioning of the Moosa (Mansa) grid sub-station, residents of Moosa village will now get electricity on urban pattern, while the Ramgarh Bhudda grid in Mohali district would provide relief to the consumers of Zirakpur city from prolonged power cuts and provide better power supply.
The Moosa grid sub-station has been constructed at a cost of Rs. 1.5 crore while Rs. 10 crore has been spent on the Ramgarh Bhudda grid sub-station.
Underscoring his government’s commitment to provide quality, reliable and uninterrupted power supply to the people of state, and also better services to the power consumers of Punjab, the Chief Minister said the Moosa sub-station would greatly boost power supply to the agricultural consumers of Moosa, Autianwali, Manbibrhian villages. Earlier, these four villages were connected to 11 KV. Makha, 11 KV. Raipur, 11 KV. Gaggowal and 11 KV Shapianwali.
Constructed with modern and latest technology, the Moosa sub-station will be unmanned but will regulate supply power based on modern information technology. A 6.3 / 8 MVA capacity transformer has been installed at this grid sub-station, which has been charged by T-off from Jhunir to Raipur.
With the commissioning of this grid sub-station, three grid sub-stations, including 66 KV sub-station grain market, 66 KV sub-station Raipur and 66 KV sub-station Kotli, will get relief for regulating better power supply.
The Ramgarh Bhudda grid is connected to the underground 66 KV by tapping the 66 KV Banur-Bhabat line at Supply Aerocity. Cable 240mm 2 is provided through approximately 4.6 km. 20 MVA from Ramgarh Bhudda Grid Capacity No. 1: 66/11 KV Transformer has been installed.
From this grid 6 nos feeders 11 KV lines would be installed to provide good power supply to about 30,000 consumers residing in VIP Road, Ambala Road, Singhpura, Chhat, Ramgarh, Bisanpura, Nagla Road etc. areas of Zirakpur city.
With the construction of this grid, the load at 66 KV grid Bhabat and Dhakoli 66 KV grid sub-station would be reduced which would also provide more reliable supply to the area under these grids.