PGCIL to acquire 74% stake of JPVL in Jaypee POWERGRID for Rs 351 cr

Topics PGCIL | PowerGrid

State-run Power Grid Corporation (PGCIL) said it has signed a share purchase agreement with Jaiprakash Power Ventures to acquire 74 per cent stake in Jaypee POWERGRID Ltd (JPL) for Rs 351.64 crore.

On completion of the transaction, JPL will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of PGCIL, a regulatory filing said.

PGCIL will purchase 74 per cent stake of Jaiprakash Power Ventures in JPL at an aggregate consideration of Rs 351,64,80,000, the filing stated.

JPL-JV has developed a 214 km long EHV power transmission project to evacuate power from Karcham-Wangtoo project in HimachalPradesh.

The power transmitted is meant for distribution and consumption instates of Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.


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