The caring and people-centric core culture of our parent organisation, Larsen & Toubro has been inculcated in L&T IDPL. The organisation is designed to best meet business demands and taps into the multi-faceted skills of its workforce. Hence, self-starters and people who strive to achieve greater heights find this organisation to be a natural fit. …

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Apart from the Central agencies, several State government agencies are also becoming increasingly proactive in their endeavor to create much needed Power Transmission infrastructure.


L&T IDPL is actively looking to participate in the development of Power Transmission Lines on a PPP basis. This sector represents the next key area, after power generation, for private investment.


As on December 31, 2014, National Grid with inter-regional power transfer capacity of about 46,450 MW has been established. The inter-regional power transfer capacity is envisaged to be augmented to about 2,250MW by the end of the XII Plan (2016-17).


As far as Intra-State transmission lines go, much of the work is being done by State Transmission Utilities. However, private sector entrepreneurship is emerging by way of joint ventures with STUs and also fully-private transmission lines.