Welcome to Empowertrans
EMPOWERTRANS, has emerged as one of the fastest growing electrical engineering companies in eastern and central India, specialising, amongst others, in the core areas of EHT transmission lines and substations/switchyards. Having already commissioned and put into commercial operation a number of EHT transmission lines for large corporates in the power and mineral segments, EMPOWERTRANS is now being perceived as a most reliable and trustworthy partner by power producers and large users of bulk power, for the channeling of bulk power over EHT systems. The special significance of EMPOWERTRANS has been it's involvement  in transmission line projects that require connectivity with the inter-state grids of Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd.
Specialised Services
In its own domain of expertise, EMPOWERTRANS offers the complete gamut of services that its current and prospective customers would be looking forward to, in the areas of setting up High Voltage transmission lines, as well as setting up of associated Sub-stations/Switchyards. However, besides turnkey implementation of such projects, EMPOWERTRANS also renders certain other specialised services, as listed alongside.
In the hitherto brief lifespan of EMPOWERTRANS, the year 2011, that has just gone by, must reckon as one of its landmark years.
The year 2011 was a year of achievements for EMPOWERTRANS in which it saw the successful commissioning of two major 400 KV double circuit transmission lines for the Vedanta group, within 8 months of each other - one at Jharsuguda for Sterlite Energy Limited, and the other at Korba for Bharat Aluminium Company Limited.
If 2011 was a year of achievements, the first half of the current year was one of consolidation, with the full scale launching of activities by EMPOWERTRANS, on its 3 prestigious new 400 KV Transmission Line projects in Odisha, for GMR Kamalanga Energy, Monnet Power and KVK Nilachal Power. In fact, the transmission line for GMR would be one of the few in these parts, using a “Quad-Moose?configuration for conductors.
The first half of the year 2012 also saw the completion of the construction power substation project for the Abhijeet Group, for its upcoming 300 MW power plant near Vishakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh. During this period, the construction work for the 400 KV Transmission Line for the Vandana group near Korba also came to an end with long awaited statutory clearances and permissions being obtained by the customer, being ultimately granted.
On the horizon, a couple of very major 400 KV transmission lines with associated bay extension works at the substation ends await finalisation in the coming months, which would further reinforce EMPOWERTRANS’s standing with its existing customers, but also extend its customer base to other major groups.