HYDERABAD: The inspection of 33 kV and 415V indoor substations in four Hyderabad Metro Rail stations from Madhura Nagar, Yousufguda, and Jubilee Hills Road: No 5 and Jubilee Check Post, has been done by Chief Electrical Inspector, Government of India (CEIG) for Hyderabad Metro Rail project, DVS Raju.
These stations which are part of Corridor-III (Ameerpet to Hitech City stretch) of the Hyderabad Metro Rail Project. The main motive of this inspection is a process of the sanction for Energisation of stations which will facilitate the testing and commissioning activities of Railway Systems viz. Signaling, Telecommunications and Automatic Fare Collection etc. in this section.
All the Metro Rail Stations receive power at 33 kV voltage from 132/33/25 kV Receiving Substation (RSS) located at Yousufguda and Uppal.
After the inspection,” the commissioning of these Auxiliary Substations in Metro stations will further boost the progress and hasten up the completion of Metro Rail section between Ameerpet and Jubilee Check Post of Corridor-III,” DVS Raju said.
Managing Director, K V B Reddy said that this is an important development for Corridor-III. The commissioning of these Four Stations (Madhura Nagar to Jubilee Check Post) auxiliary power supply is made available from Ameerpet to Jubilee Check Post.” L&T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) Limited