To establish ourselves as a model STU and transmission licensee with respect to planning, project implementation, operational capabilities, performance with emphasis on cost and quality consciousness, human resources development and corporate social responsibility



To make network development and investment plans for an Intra-state transmission system that is reliable, economical, develop best-in-class system study and system planning capacities within the organization.

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MSETCL at Glance

  • The largest electric power transmission utility in state sector in India
  • 660 EHV substations
  • 46217.90 Ckt. kms of Transmission lines
  • 123846.5 MVA Transformation capacity
  • 5508 MVAR Reactive Power Compensation
  • Infrastructure plan of about Rs. 8037 Crore
  • Transmission system capable of handling about 21000 MW of power
  • Transmitted 138613 MUs. in the year 2016-17
  • Staff strength of around 16870 employees all across Maharashtra

Transmission Plan for 5 Years

quote We as a State Transmission Utility (STU) dedicate ourselves to plan, develop, operate and maintain the State Transmission System to facilitate transmission of electricity from its source to load centers in a secure, reliable and economic manner for the best services to the consumers. quote STU five year Transmission plan for the year 2017-18 to 2022-23

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MSETCL Initiatives under implementation

  • MSETCL has developed web-based Geographical Information System (web-GIS) in collaboration with National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), Nagpur, ISRO using BHUVAN platform where-in all the EHV substations as well as lines and towers up to 220 kV level are mapped. The web-GIS portal, which is developed completely in-house and at zero cost, is operational since 18.09.2017 and available to all employees of MSETCL for use.
  • Unmanned remotely controlled substations in operation at Rajur and Chandwad.
  • GIS substations at Bhandup, Rashtapeth comissioned and 400KV Hinjewadi in progress.

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