MADHYA PRADESH, INDIA (Metro Rail News): The Madhya Pradesh Power Transmission Company Limited (MPPTCL) announced to dedicate its three grid stations to the Metro Rail projects of Indore. The extra high-tension power of 220/132KV will be in the Depalpur, Jaitpura and Mangalia areas.
According to the officials of the MPPCTL, in the first phase of the metro rail project, grid stations will be upgraded and connected to the three substations. MR 10, Gandhi Nagar and Khajrana are the new proposed Substations for the Indore Metro Rail Project. MPPTCL spokesperson Shashikant Ojha stated that these new substations would get a bulk supply of power from the extra high-tension grids of Mangalia, Jaitpur and Depalpur.
As per the MPPTCL and Madhya Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation agreement, the newly constructed grid will be dedicated to the metro rail projects. He also proclaimed that MPPTCL had received a massive demand of 40MVA from MP metro rail corporation limited for each substation planned under the project.