Transmission Network for Evacuation of Power from BBMB Projects

The power generation at BBMB Power stations is being evacuated through BBMB Power Transmission Network system, running into 3705 Circuit Km. length of 400 KV, 220 KV, 132 KV and 66KV transmission lines and 24 EHV Sub-Stations.

Transmission Lines
Sr. No. Line Voltage (KV) Name of Line Single Ckt. (S/C) or Double Ckt. (D/C) Length (Km) Date of Energisation / Commissioning
1 400 Dehar-Panipat D/C 261 12.06.1979
2 400 Dehar-Bhiwani D/C 313 17.01.1990
3 220 Ganguwal-Dhulkote D/C 112 7/61
4 220 Dhulkote-Panipat D/C 125 7/61
5 220 Panipat-Delhi D/C 85 7/61
6 220 Pong-Jalandhar D/C 98 26.1.78
7 220 Jamalpur-Jalandhar D/C 63 16.10.69
8 220 Bhakra(Right)-Jamalpur D/C 86 18.11.68
9 220 Jamalpur-Sangrur D/C 78 30.1.69
10 220 Sangrur-Hisar D/C 139 16.2.69
11 220 Hisar-Bhiwani D/C 58 5.7.70
12 220 Bhiwani-Dadri D/C 36 5.7.70
13 220 Ballabgarh-Badarpur D/C 25 16.11.68/24.3.71
14 220 Bhakra(L)-Ganguwal D/C 22 8.11.61
15 220 Bhakra (R)-Ganguwal D/C 23 7.11.66
16 220 Bhiwani-Dadri D/C 34 17.03.90/09.10.90
17 220 Samayapur-Ballabgarh D/C 5 25.05.88/09.04.91
18 220 Dehar-Gangueal D/C 56 09&10/1977
19 220 Dadri-Ballabgrh S/C 120 25.1.76
20 220 Samaypur-Dadri S/C 117 13.3.91
21 220 Bhakra (L)-Ganguwal S/C 22 5.8.80
22 220 Sangrur-Bathinda S/C 87 08.02.1976
23 220 Ganguwal-Jagadhari S/C 158 01.01.1978M
24 220 Panipat-Dadri S/C 115 26.06.1978
25  220 Panipat-Narela S/C 58 02.07.1979
26 220 Pong-Jalandhar S/C 98 30.09.1983
27 220  Kurukshetra-Panipat S/C 73 01.01.1978 
28  220  Jagadhari-Kurukshetra S/C 48 01.01.1978
29 220 Samayapur-Ballabgarh S/C  5 25.01.1976
30 220 Dadri-MohinderGarh S/C  41 21.06.2003
31 132 Ganguwal-Kotla  D/C  10 1953
32 66 Chandigarh-Dhulkote D/C 45  1953 
33  66  Bhakra (L)-Naya Nangal  D/C 9 5.11.60
34 66 Pinjore-Chandigarh S/C  12  1976
35 66  Pinjore-Chandigarh  S/C 18  1976 
36  66  Bhakra(L)-Naya Nangal S/C 9 5.11.60
Sub Stations
Sr.No. Name of Substation Date of commissioning Historical importance
400 KV Sub-Stations
i.  400 KV Dehar Sub-Station   The Substation is very important for evacuating the power generated by 6 X 165 MW capacity machines having two 400 KV lines, three 220 KV lines and one 132KV line
  a) 220 KV S/Stn. 12.11.1977  
  b) 400 KV Dehar-Panipat 12.06.1979  
 ii. 400 KV S/Stn. Panipat  Dec.1976 The first 400 KV BBMB S/Stn. Constructed by Beas Project in 1969. ten 220 KV bays, six 132 KV bays, ten 132 KV bays. Connected to Dehar Power House through 400KV Dehar-Panipat S/C line and Power Grid Dadri through 400KV Panipat-Dadri S/C line.
 iii. 400 KV S/Stn. Bhiwani 17.6.88 Second 400 KV BBMB S/Stn. Constructed by BCB in 1983. Connected to Dehar Power House through Dehar Bhiwani line and 400KV Hissar & Bawana Substations of Power Grid through Bhiwani-Hissar & Bhiwani-Bawana lines. 
200 KV Sub-Stations
i. 220 KV S/Stn, Pong  20.01.1978 220KV Substation helps in evacuation of power from Bairasiul Hydro electric project. It supplies power to 220 KV PSEB Sub-station Dasuya, 66 KV PSEB Substation, Talwara to Amroh and 66 KV HPSEB Substation Sansarpur Terrace.
ii. 220 KV Sub-station (Bhakra Left Bank)  1960-61 The power is being evacuated through two 66KV Bhakra-National Fertilizer Ltd. Nangal feeders, one 66 KV Bhakra-PACL Nangal feeder, one 66KV Bhakra-HPSEB feeder and three 220KV Bhakra-Ganguwal feeders.
iii. 220KV Sub-station (Bhakra Right Bank) 1966-68  The power is being evacuated through two 220KV Bhakra-Jamalpur feeder, two Bhakra-Ganguwal feeders and two Bhakra-Mahilpur feeders.
iv. 220 KV Major Interlinking Sub-station (MISS) Ganguwal 12/1968 It is a major interlinking Sub-station commissioned in December 1968. Initially, seven Bays were commissioned and later on eleven more Bays have been commissioned from time to time. This Substation plays an important role for evacuation of power generated at different Hydro Power Stations, viz. Bhakra Left, Bhakra Right, Dehar Power House and Ganguwal & Kotla Power Houses and transmission of power to the Partner States of BBMB.
v. 220 KV S/Stn, Ballabgarh 17.11.68  Connected with BTPS through 220KV D/C line and HPGC Faridabad Thermal through 66KV side. 
vi. 220 KV S/Stn. Samaypur 9/88  Created for dispersal of Power from Singrauli & Rihand Super Thermal Power Stations. Connected with 400 KV PGCIL, Samaypur Substation through three 400/220KV, 31.5MVA ICTs (4th ICT is under commissioning) and with Faridabad Gas Power Plant (CCGT) through 220KV D/C line. 
vii. 220 KV S/Stn., Narela  1972 Constructed by BCB by extending two 220KV Buses from Grid Substation of DVB.
viii. 220 KV S/Stn. Delhi 1958 Constructed under Left Bank Power Project in 1958. Supplies power to DVB through 33KV feeders for which DVB pays rentals.
 ix. 220 KV S/Stn., Kurukshetra 12/77  Constructed by BCB.
x. 220 KV S/Stn. Jamalpur 18.11.1968 Feeding Punjab areas. 
xi. 220 KV S/Stn. Jalandhar  16.10.1969 Feeding Punjab areas. 
xii.  220 KV S/Stn. Hissar 23.02.1969 Feeding Haryana and some parts of Rajasthan. 
xiii. 220 KV S/Stn., Sangrur  1968-69  Feeding Punjab areas.
xiv. 220 KV S/Stn., Barnala 11.05.1987  Switching substation. 
xv. 220 KV S/Stn., Dhulkote 1962 Feeding Haryana and UT Chandigarh. 
xvi. 220 KV S/Stn., Jagadhari 31.05.1978  Feeding Haryana areas.
xvii. 220 KV S/Stn., Charkhi Dadri 22.10.1977 Feeding Haryana and Rajasthan areas.
132 KV Sub-Stations
i. 132 KV Sub-station (Ganguwal P.H.) Kotla & Ganguwal Power Houses have been interlinked through two 132 KV Tie Circuits for transfer of Power depending upon the requirement of Power at Ropar end.
ii. 132 KV Substation (Kotla P.H.)

66 KV Sub-Stations
i. 66 KV S/Stn., Chandigarh Feeding U.T. Chandigarh areas.

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