KEC International Ltd. bags Electrification contract for Delhi Metro Phase 4

DMRC issued a tender invitation for this significant systems contract, with a 1440-day (3.95-year) timeframe and an unknown estimate.

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NEW DELHI (Metro Rail News): KEC International Ltd. emerges as the winning bidder for the 25 kV OHE & 33 kV power supply contract for the elevated corridors of the 65.1 km Delhi Metro Phase 4 project on Tuesday.

Delhi’s new Phase 4 is well under construction and it includes one new line (the 23.62-kilometer Silver Line from Aerocity to Tughlakabad) and the extension of the Magenta Line (the 28.92-kilometer Janakpuri West to R.K. Ashram) and Pink Line, (12.58 km Mukundpur – Maujpur).

In February 2022, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) issued a tender invitation for this significant systems contract, with a 1440-day (3.95-year) timeframe and an unknown estimate. In May, technical bids were opened, revealing 4 bidders.

The Delhi Metro MRTS Phase-IV project’s scope includes designing, supplying, installing, testing, and commissioning 25 kV overhead equipment (OHE), 33 kV auxiliary power supplies for elevated corridors, and a SCADA system for both elevated and underground corridors.

It is just one of the many electrification-related packages in Phase 4. It’s interesting to note that DE-02 also applied to the OHE electrification package for the remodelling of Ajronda and Sarita Vihar Depots. In January 2021, Salasar Techno Engineering was awarded that contract. This package is just one of the many electrification-related packages in Phase 4.

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