CEIG inspects 33kV/415V substations at 4 Metro stations
Chief Electrical Inspector to Government of India CEIG for Hyderabad Metro Rail Project, DVS Raju on Thursday inspected 33kV415V indoor substations...
Hyderabad: Chief Electrical Inspector to Government of India (CEIG) for Hyderabad Metro Rail Project, DVS Raju on Thursday inspected 33kV/415V indoor substations installed in four Metro stations from Peddamma Temple to Hi-Tec City, said L&T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) Limited. These stations are part of corridor-III, Ameerpet to Hi-Tec city stretch of the HMR project.
The inspection is a part of the process for according the sanction for energisation of stations which will facilitate the testing and commissioning activities of like signalling, tele communication and automatic fare collection etc., in this section. The above Metro rail stations receive power at 33kV voltage through ring main fed from 132/33/25 kV Receiving Substations (RSS) located at Yousufguda and Uppal.
After the inspection Raju, CEIG said, “Commissioning of these auxiliary substations will boost the progress and hasten the completion of HMR section between Ameerpet and Hi-Tec city of Corridor-III.” KVB Reddy, MD & CEO, LTMRHL stated,“This is an important development for commissioning of the balance four stations - Peddamma Temple to Hi-Tech city.”