- A new trend in the construction of substations
- MEIL built GIS substations with the latest technology
- Three GIS substations constructed for WUPPTCL
- Substations at Indirapuram, Dasna, Ataur
- Substation can be built in a small space
- Can establish GIS substations where the land cost high
- 400/220 / 33kV Substations at Indirapuram and Ataur
- 400/220/132 kV Substation at Dasna
- Maintenance responsibility for 35 years
The project, which plays a major role in the country's drive towards the usage of eco-friendly renewable energy, was envisaged under the JNNSM scheme. It is the largest solar thermal plant in South India, and the second of its kind in India.
The project runs of parabolic trough technology and is geared to decrease carbon emissions to the tune of almost 80000 tonnes every year. MEIL Green Power Limited (MGPL), which is a subsidiary company of MEIL, has successfully executed the project on BOOT basis.
This project is being hailed as the first step in the visionary river linking plan envisaged by the former Prime Minister of India, Mr. Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The project involves the execution of a lift scheme from Sisliya Tank in Khargone district to Jijalawantinalla in Indore district on turnkey basis.
Even though this project had a very tight time schedule combined with the heaviest rainfall of 50 years, MEIL completed the project through diligent planning and aggressive execution strategies.
The 10 MW Canal Top Project is located on Vadodara Branch Canal from Km. 26 to Km. 37. The execution of the project required specific design and construction methodology due to the restricted construction space that runs for a long span of the length of the canal. The plant is built using Solar Photovoltaic Crystalline Technology with around 33800 solar panels.
This project is one of the first of its kind in the world that aims to produce green energy through its strategic canal-top location. Such a location would save costs relating to land acquisition. The plant will also save millions of liters of water from getting evaporated. Because of its multiple advantages, the project is looked upon as a model plant by other state governments.
Global Consultancy Company KPMG has listed the Narmada Canal-top Solar Project in its Economic Power Projects Report which listed out the world's top 100 innovative infrastructure projects. The project is one of the six projects selected by KPMG from India.
The Handri Niva Sujala Sravanthi Project is one of the biggest lift irrigation schemes in Asia. The project is an engineering wonder comprising India's longest canal that will flow from the project to a distance of 565 km. It envisages withdrawal of 40 TMC of flood water of Krishna River from the foreshore of Srisailam reservoir in 120 flood days during the period of August to November. The aim is to provide irrigation facilities to an extent of 6.02 lakh acres in Kurnool, Anantapur, Cuddapah, and Chittoor districts of Andhra Pradesh. The project also provides drinking water facilities to a population of 33 lakhs in 81 mandals and 437 villages en route the canal.
Stages 1 & 2 of Phase 1 of this prestigious projects have been successfully completed & commissioned by MEIL. It is the biggest EPC package completed in Andhra Pradesh.
The project, as a whole, was conceived to supply 172 million gallons of water per day to meet the drinking water needs in Hyderabad and surrounding municipalities. More than 30 lakh people will benefit from the successful completion of this project. MEIL's scope involves executing 3 packages in phase-1 of the project. The major work involves the construction of a master balancing reservoir.
The total scope of the project translates to a carrying capacity of 1200 cusecs of excess over flowing flood water of Narmada at an estimated cost of Rs. 1533 crore. 30 reservoirs of Rajkot and Jamnagar Districts will be filled and more than 2 lakh acres of agriculture will be benefited. MEIL is assigned works relating to the execution of two packages of Link-1 of the project.