About Us

Power transmission sector in India is well poised for growth with an enabling policy framework in place, large capacity additions and greater opportunities for private participation through tariff-based competitive bidding.


Adani group’s journey in transmission sector started in 2006, well before Adani Transmission Limited (ATL) was formally established. This was necessitated by need to evacuate power from Adani’s Mundra thermal power plant. The dedicated lines, commissioned for evacuation of power spanned more than 3800 ckms connecting Mundra – Dehgam, Mundra – Mohindergarh and Tirora – Warora. Another line spanning more than 1200 ckms was commissioned in 2014 for evacuation of power from Adani’s Tiroda power plant. Subsequently, in 2015, looking at the enormous business potential in transmission sector, Adani Transmission Limited (ATL) was carved out of Adani Enterprises Limited (AEL) for a focused pursuit of opportunities in transmission sector. ATL has so far won 11 projects spanning more than 4000 ckms under the competitive bidding mode. In addition, ATL has also tapped various inorganic avenues for growth and acquired GMR’s transmission assets in Rajasthan (2016), Reliance Infrastructure’s transmission assets in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra (2017) and and KEC’s Bikaner Sikar transmission asset in Rajasthan (2019)


In 2018, ATL forayed into the distribution space with the acquisition of Reliance Infrastructure’s Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution Business in Mumbai. Today, Adani Electricity Mumbai Limited (AEML) caters to electricity needs of over 3 million customers in Mumbai suburbs and Mira-Bhayender Municipal Corporation in Thane district with a distribution network spanning over 400 sq. kms.


Today, ATL is the largest private transmission company and operates more than 11,000 ckt kms of transmission lines and around 18,000 MVA of power transformation capacity. ATL has further set an ambitious target to set up 20,000 circuit km of transmission lines by 2022 by leveraging both organic and inorganic growth opportunities.


ATL firmly believes that environmentally and socially sustainable businesses are cornerstones of prosperous society. Therefore, we continuously attempt to understand the needs and aspirations of the communities around us. ATL’s initiatives in areas of inclusive decision making, education, occupational health and safety, environment conservation (etc) are aligned with different indicators under 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We work actively with our implementation partner, Adani Foundation, on CSR programs focused on education, community health, sustainable livelihoods and rural infrastructure development. Provision of better facilities for children in school / anaganwadi in Bhadai, Kheri Talwana, Ajwa, Saiyad Kherli villages of Gujarat / Rajasthan, construction of bus stands in Bhadai village, Mandvi, streetlight installation in Gokulpura and Piprali villages are some of our initiatives which have been appreciated by the local communities and made their lives a bit better.


As we continue to grow, we are also ensuring that we live by our credo – “Growth with Goodness”


Key Achievements


  • India’s largest private sector transmission company with a transmission network of more than 11,000 ckt kms and transformation capacity of more than 18000 MVA
  • India’s first private power sector player to secure an international investment grade rating
  • India’s first and only private HVDC transmission line
  • First Private Company in India to execute 765 KV Transmission lines & Substations in the state of Maharashtra
  • First company to have executed a typical π (Pi) shape tower at Sami substation with 6 phases Quad Moose strung on same beam
  • First private company to use a Pre-fabricated steel structure valve hall in India


Initiated Journey by development of

220kV line for Mundra TPS.


Expanded portfolio by completion of

434kM, 400kV D/C Mundra-Sami-

Dehgam transmission system


Recieved Transmission License for

development of 400kV D/C Tiroda -

Warora Line


Commissioned FSC at Sami S/S to

support evacuation system


Received MEGPTCL Transmission

License for development of 765kV

transmission system


Commissioned 400kV D/C

Mohindergarh-Bhiwani line HVDC

project approved in CDM, UNFCC


Commissioned 400kV D/C Tiroda -

Warora lines as Transmission License


Successfully completed 400kV Kawai -

Chhabra line as an EPC contract


Converted Mundra system into ISTS as

a license company


Commissioned 400kV Akola-I


Successfully completed 66kV

Shantigram Substation (ATRECO)


Formation of separate business vertical

- Adani Transmission Ltd


Adani Transmission Ltd listed on BSE &

NSE and ATL has won 3 Projects under



ATL won two more transmission

projects under TBCB and completed

acquisition of GMR operational assets


ATL won three intra-state transmission

projects in Rajasthan under TBCB and

completed acquisition of R-Infra’s

operational assets


ATL wins one inter-state project and

two intra-state projects under TBCB

and completes acquisition of Reliance

Infrastructure’s Power Generation,

Transmission & Distribution Business

in Mumbai.


ATL completes acquisition of KEC

Bikaner Sikar Transmission Private


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