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Special Investment Regions (SIR) in Gujarat

  1. 1. Special Investment Regions iNDEXTb
  2. 2. 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% - 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 RealGDPGrowthRate RealGDPUS$Billion Year StrongEconomy • Trillion dollar economy • World’s 12th largest economy • 53% of GDP from service sector • 29% of GDP from Industry • Average growth of 7% during global economic slowdown Source: Economic Survey of India FDIDestination • Second most favoured destination for FDI • FDI inflow grew an average of 9% during global economic slowdown • US$ 19 billion (Rs. 85,500 crore) FDI inflow between April – November 2009 ManufacturingSectors attractinghighestFDI(2000- 2009) Source: DIPP; WIPPS 08-10, World Competitiveness India ranks at the top on the availability of skilled man power, access to local and international market, and strong market fundamentals Rank Countries 1 China 2 India 3 United States 4 Russian Federation 5 Brazil Top FDI Destinations of the World India – The Favoured Investment Destination Computer Software and Hardware Telecommunication Real Estate Construction Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals Special Investment Regions
  3. 3. Gujarat offers investors the right mix of industrial potential, stable political environment, a culture of openness and respect, a hard working and knowledgeable workforce, excellent infrastructure, and a government that warmly and openly encourages overseas investments in a wide array of opportunities. GUJARAT - the preferred investment destination
  4. 4. Strategic location providing access to major international and domestic markets Leading investment destination with highly competitive investment climate, reflecting investor commitment across sectors from more than X number of countries An investor friendly government offering good governance and political stability, taking a lead through various initiatives, with historically cordial labour relations and a government keen on delivering promises Quality land banks available Strong and diversified economy with robust growth trends in all three sectors – primary, secondary and tertiary Excellent infrastructure and connectivity, highlighted by excellent trade and transportation networks, power sufficiency, port-led economic development and an integrated state-wide gas grid network. A large pool of qualified, cost effective and motivated labour force – backed by world class educational institutions The land of entrepreneurs, spread across the globe Home to most ambitious projects of India – Largest refinery in the world, home to world’s cheapest car, First LNG terminal, largest private port, 38% of DMIC – and the journey has just begun
  5. 5. Land bank availability - Phased development in Gujarat Special Investment Regions Phase 1 • 83 product clusters Phase 2 • 257 Industrial estates Phase 3 - SEZ • Multi product • Single product • Multi Service (IT/ITES) Phase 4 - Large scale developments • Special investment regions • Industrial Areas • Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor • GIDC Estate • Petroleum, chemical and petrochemical investment regions • Knowledge corridor • Logistics parks • Theme towns
  6. 6. Special Investment Region (SIR) – Regulatory Framework Special Investment Regions  First state to have passed SIR ordinance.  13 SIRs have been proposed in the state.  Each investment region is of more than 100 sq km area.  GIDB the Apex Authority – to regulate and approve projects of Regional Development Authority  SIR ordinance empowers state to set up various project development authorities  Single window clearance for projects. The present is just the tip of the iceberg Apex Authority Regional Development Authority Project Development Authority Project Specific SPV
  7. 7. SEZ Act and Gujarat SEZ Policy Special Investment Regions • Income Tax Incentives • 10 year corporate tax holiday on export profit – 100% for initial 5 years and 50% for the next 5 years • Other Benefits • Exemption of electricity duty – 10 Years* • Duty free procurement of capital goods (including second hand capital goods), raw materials and consumable spares from domestic market • Facility to realize and repatriate export proceeds within 12 months • Facility to retain 100% foreign exchange receipts in the export earners foreign currency account SEZ incentives • Income Tax Incentives • 100% tax holiday for a period of any 10 consecutive years out of 15 years beginning from the year in which the SEZ is notified • Exempt from dividend distribution tax • Tax exempt on Interest of long term finance • Long-term capital gains arising on transfer of shares in developer company tax exempt • No minimum alternate tax (MAT) • Other Benefits • Full freedom in allocation of developed plots to approved SEZ units on purely commercial basis For Developers of SEZs • Indirect Tax Incentives • Nil customs duty • Nil excise duty • Exemption from central sales tax • Exemption from service tax • Exemption from securities transaction tax • Exemption from tax on sale of electricity for self generated and purchased power Common Incentives Source: Industries Commissionerate / iNDEXTb, Government of Gujarat, 2007 , * Section 15 – Sub Section II of GoG SEZ Act 04
  8. 8. Gujarat: Industrial Policy Special Investment Regions Industrial Policy 2009 Thrust sectors Specific sectors identified across manufacturing services and infrastructure Incentives Sector specific Subsidy on electricity duty Up-gradation of industrial estates Dedicated land bank for industry being created HR/Labour Labour law flexibility Industry- academia collaboration Support for development of specialized institutes Business environment Single window clearance Marketing support Grievance redressal Information centers Infrastructure Focus on urban, physical, social and industrial infrastructure
  9. 9. Special Investment Regions planned in Gujarat Special Investment Regions  Aliyabet  Anjar  Changodhar  Dholera  Hazira  Navlakhi  Okha  Santalpur  PCPIR  Pipavav  Sanand  Simar  Halol -Savli SANTALPUR HALOL SAVLI DHOLERA NAVLAKHI ANJAR CHANGODAR PIPAVAV SIMAR HAZIRA ALIA BET SANAND PCPIR OKHA Indicative map of SIRs in Gujarat, not to scale
  10. 10. ALIYABET Special Investment Region
  11. 11. Location Profile Special Investment Regions  Peninsula in Wagra Taluka of Bharuch District at the confluence of river Narmada and the Arabian Sea in Gulf of Khambhat  Site is flanked by Petroleum, Chemical & Petrochemical Investment Region (PCPIR) on the northern side, Gulf of Khambhat to the West, marshy land and few villages of Hansot taluka towards south and eastern side  Aliyabet is accessible by land from adjacent Hansot town situated on its eastern side  Total size of the Aliyabet : 16,858 hectare  The site falls under the jurisdiction of gram panchayat of Kaladra village located on the northern side of Aliyabet. Aliya Bet
  12. 12. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Road: Connected by road via Ankleshwar and Hansot. SH6 at Hansot is around 16 km from Aliyabet – it connects to NH8 in a loop linking Surat, Mumbai to the south and Ahmedabad, New Delhi towards the north. Connectivity up to NH8 is proposed to be augmented to a 4-lane road New internal two lane roads (20.41 km) are proposed to connect the proposed broad internal zones to the main spine. Rail: Nearest railway station is at Ankleshwar Airport: Nearest airport is at Vadodara. Independent airstrip is proposed for Aliyabet Government had sanctioned development of an airport at Ankleshwar in Bharuch district in 1994. This proposed airport could also have provision for helipads that will connect Ankleshwar to Aliyabet by air.
  13. 13. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions  Entertainment spaces like  Amusement zone,  Film city,  Resorts and golf courses along with aqua park,  Marine engineering and allied industries,  Eco tourism (botanical garden, bird sanctuary)  Forest zone.  Exclusive leisure resorts  Water sports and recreational facilities  Units proposed to be set up will not generate any process effluents.  Business tourism including  Off shore casinos on cruise ships,  Convention centres as part of Golf centric development,  Ropeways  Sky taxis  Boat rides Proposed Investment Rs 5,294 crore Proposed Employment 33,050
  14. 14. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Area statement of the proposed zones Sl. No. Zone Area (ha) Percentage Of Total Area 1 ECO ZONE 8.4 5.15 2 FILM CITY ZONE 8.3 5.08 3 AMUSEMENT ZONE 11.9 7.29 4 RESORT/GOLF COURSE ZONE 7.65 4.69 TOTAL (ENTERTAINMENT ZONE) 36.25 22.21 5 DEEP FREEZE/PACKAGING ZONE 8.65 5.30 6 AQUA CULTURE PONDS 45.68 27.98 7 AQUARIUM ZONE 7.91 4.85 TOTAL (AQUACULTURE ZONE) 62.24 38.13 8 SHIP BUILDING YARDS 11.78 7.22 9 ALLIED MARINE INDUSTRIES 6.43 3.94 TOTAL (MARINE ENGINEERING ZONE) 18.21 11.16 TOTAL (FOREST ZONE) 46.54 28.50 TOTAL 163.24 100.0
  15. 15. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Map of the proposed zones Zone ECO ZONE FILM CITY ZONE AMUSEMENT ZONE RESORT/GOLF COURSE ZONE DEEP FREEZE/PACKAGING ZONE AQUA CULTURE PONDS AQUARIUM ZONE SHIP BUILDING YARDS ALLIED MARINE INDUSTRIES TOTAL (FOREST ZONE)
  16. 16. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Entertainment Zone  Located at the most accessible and well connected part of Aliyabet, eastern side of the existing road  Away from ecologically sensitive regions  Primarily aimed at tourism development  Zone would attract foreign tourists, high end business tourists, as well as weekend tourists from the region  Subzones include  Film City Zone  Amusement Zone  Resorts and Golf Course Zone  Eco zone Aquaculture Zone  Proposed on the western side of the existing road  Expected to create local employment  Optimum utilization of available wastelands  Subzones include  Aquaculture ponds  Deep freeze and packaging zone  Aquarium zone Marine Engineering Zone  5,000m of waterfront, located near the Narmada river required for ship building activities  Subzones include  Ship building yards  Allied marine industries Gujarat has some of the largest shipbuilding yards of India Large scale developments in the DMIC corridor would boost import export through sea route necessitating the development of new shipyards
  17. 17. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Offshore Casinos on cruise ships  Potential for attracting high-end tourists, foreign tourists as well as business tourists  Live gaming facilities and would be easily accessible from the Entertainment Zone  Ships could be located at a proposed jetty at the western coast of Aliyabet  Short cruises in the Gulf of Cambay Forest Zone  Planned along the coastline of Aliyabet towards Gulf of Cambay  Developed as eco sensitive area having bird sanctuary Water Sports and recreation  Possible activities may include  Underwater walks  Surfing and water skiing  Kite surfing  Yatching Boat rides/Ropeways/Sky train  Proposed for improving the connectivity of Aliyabet  Transportation of industrial workers from nearby cities/towns/villages,  Attract tourists to the zone.
  18. 18. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions
  19. 19. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Infrastructure Water • Ukai Canal network in Hansot Taluka, • Rain water harvesting, • Recycled water use for open spaces Waste • Each zone would be self sustaining unit, • Liquid non hazardous waste to be disposed using septic tanks and soak pits Power & Gas • Tapping point for gas connectivity would be Hansot, The nearest SV (Sectionalising Valve) station is at Koliad and at Mothia in Hansot Taluka. • Tapping line for Power connection would be from Hansot as the nearest 220 KV line is passing through Hansot (Gavasad to Kosamba line) • Use of solar power for lighting the roads and open spaces
  20. 20. ANJAR Special Investment Region
  21. 21. Location Profile Special Investment Regions  Anjar and Bhachau are two of the talukas in the eastern part of the Kutch district, located to the north of Kandla Port  Site located in an area enclosed by 4 major towns ‐ Bhuj, Anjar, Gandhidham and Bhachau, connected by national and state highways  Site is under the influence of growth of all four urban settlements and the ribbon industrial development along the road network.  Total proposed area (hectares): 26,673
  22. 22. Connectivity Special Investment Regions  Road :Three major corridors of movement in the region are the NH 8A and the SH – 42 & 46. Most of the villages are accessible by one of the three.  Port : Major port, Kandla is located within 30 km while Mundra port is within 60 km. Both are linked by the NH‐8A.  Airport: Bhuj , airstrip in Kandla
  23. 23. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Water  Sourced from Narmada canal or local ground water sources  As the figure alongside depicts, identified investment region falls under the Narmada command area  Potential for desalination as a feasible source of large scale water supply Power  Presence of rich reserves of lignite coal  Possibility of harnessing wind and tidal energy  Power supplied by lignite power station located in Panandhro in the north west part of the district  Anjar has a substation connected by 220 KV lines  Wind power projects proposed in the region are 250 MW project by NEG Micon and 500 MW project by Suzlon Energy, located off the coast between Kandla and Mundra ports
  24. 24. CHANGODHAR Special Investment Region
  25. 25. Location Profile Special Investment Regions  Location : near Ahmedabad & on Delhi-Kandla Highway  Industrial stretch starting about 10 km away at Sarkhej and extends upto GIDC, Kerala (beyond Bavla Town)  Total industrial agglomeration spreads to nearly 20 km.  Existing industrial development is in the form of a ribbon development along the existing NH 8A  Total proposed area : 32,248 hectares
  26. 26. Connectivity Special Investment Regions  Site passing along the western railway route of Ahmedabad-Baroda-Mumbai  Proximity to proposed Gandhinagar – Ahmedabad – Dholera metro rail and Ahmedabad – Dholera Express Way.  Proximity to proposed Delhi-Mumbai Freight Corridor
  27. 27. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Estimated employment 5,00,000 Estimated industrial area 6,302 ha Estimated residential area 4,760 ha  Strengthening the road network  Street lights and power  Water supply  Drainage and sanitation  Storm water drainage  Solid waste management  telecommunication
  28. 28. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Land Use Plan
  29. 29. DHOLERA Special Investment Region
  30. 30. Location Special Investment Regions •Dholera is situated in Ahmedabad district in the Gulf of Khambhat •Dholera is in proximity with the coastal line. It is covered by water faces on three sides, namely, on the east face by Gulf of Khambhat, on the north side by Bavaliari creek and on southern side by Sonaria creek •Strategically located, the Ahmedabad-Dholera industrial region lies within 100 km from the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) in southern Gujarat •Proximity to Ahmedabad has provided Dholera a strong locational advantage with a vibrant manufacturing base and investment scenario •The project is spread over an area of 35,000 hectares. The processing area which is proposed is 14,000 hectares and rest is non- processing zone
  31. 31. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Roads Dholera has good connectivity with NH8 (Anand) and NH8A (Bagodra), augmenting Bagodra - Bhavnagar, Bagodra- Surendranagar- Radhanpur links As a part of Golden Quadrilateral, the 500 km Mumbai- Ahmedabad- Vadodara Express way connects the region The port site is connected by road with Ahmedabad – Bhavnagar highway at a distance of about 11 km Rail Rail connection is being planned for Dholera - nearest meter gauge connection is Bhavnagar (34 km) and nearest broad gauge station is Tarapur (103 km) Development of Feeder Rail Links to ensure Regional Rail between Dholera and Ahmedabad for commuter movements and to Vadodara for freight movement.
  32. 32. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Road and Rail
  33. 33. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Land use Area (ha) Percentage (%) Residential 8,400 24 Commercial 2,100 6 Industrial 14,000 40 Institutional 1,400 4 Transport 2,100 6 Open Spaces 7,000 20 In order to make the region more accessible, an airport (allocation of 1,700 hectares of Government Land for Airport near SIR area) and a port may come in this region. Almost 2,057 hectares of government land was allocated for the development of port site Focusing on industrial, commercial and residential activities, Dholera is proposed to be developed on public-private partnership model The region is proposed to be developed as a hub for several industries for setting up of their manufacturing units There would be commercial facilities including international business centre, built-up office space, administrative building and financial service centre and residential area would include labour dormitories, staff housing, managerial housing and high end housing for top executives
  34. 34. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Zonal Distribution
  35. 35. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions • A power station is present in Vadavi • Four 220 KV substations are present in Salejada, Viramgam, Dhanki and Nikol • Four 132 KV substations are also present at Sabarmati, Vatwa, Dhandhuka and Barwala • Dholera offers unique opportunity for developing 3500 MW plant; • Integrated Logistics Hub with Container Freight Station at Dholera
  36. 36. HAZIRA Special Investment Region
  37. 37. Location Profile Special Investment Regions Hazira is located along the western coastline of Gujarat, in Chorasi taluka of Surat district. Hazira’s proximity to Surat city as well as its location between the river Tapi and the coastline makes it an advantageous location for industries.
  38. 38. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Road  Hazira is regionally linked with three State Highways which join at Icchapor toll post viz. SH 66 (Hazira to Dumas), SH 168 (Hazira to Olpad) and SH 81 (now NH 6A) from Hazira to Surat.  Among these three State Highways two are connected to the NH 8 which passes through Surat city. Rail  20 km from Surat railway station. Airport  13 km from the Dumas airport Port  Hazira seaport is 7.5 km from the site
  39. 39. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions
  40. 40. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Land Use Plan
  41. 41. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Widening of NH 6 FROM 45M TO 60M Evacuation corridor other road networks and sewerage line, storm water network, street lighting along roads Amenities and utility corridor Proposed workers housing Transportation and logistics hub Proposed flood protection wall Bridges across Tena creek Physical Infrastructure  Widening of NH 6A to 60m  Truck Parking Facilities, Logistics Hubs  Other Roads, Bridges & Railways  Water Supply Network, Street Lighting, Sewer Network, Effluent Network, Railways Housing  Low Cost Housing for Contract Worker  Medium Cost housing  Executive Class Housing Social Infrastructure  Public Sanitation Facilities  Sector & Zonal level Amenities (Police Posts, Substations, Post Office, Health Center, Bus Terminals, Library, College, Community Centre, Fire station etc)
  42. 42. NAVLAKHI Special Investment Region
  43. 43. Location Profile and Connectivity Special Investment Regions Located in Rajkot district, in the Morbi and Maliya talukas Road :  SH - 24 passes through the proposed SIR which connects Navlakhi to Morbi via Dahisara. Rail  A single line broad gauge railway line passes through the SIR which connects Navlakhi to Morbi and Maliya. Port  Close to Kandla, Mundra, Sikka and Navlakhi port Airport  Nearest international airport is Ahmedabad  Rajkot airport is approximately 76 km away
  44. 44. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Focus Industry Key segments Primary Focus Ceramic Ceramic tiles Sanitary ware Crockery Engineering & automobiles All segments Food Processing Processed foods Electronics Consumer electronics Industrial electronics Computers Secondary Focus Textile Ginning Spinning RMG Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Paints & dyes Fine specialty chemicals Formulations Infrastructure Status Power • 66 KV substation at Khirai village in Maliya taluka. • Nearest 220 KV substation is at Morbi Water • Government can supply Narmada water for industrial purposes
  45. 45. OKHA Special Investment Region
  46. 46. Location Profile Special Investment Regions  Located in Okhamandal taluka, one of the ten talukas of Jamnagar district  Located on the west side of the district  Okha is a busy port town situated in north west coast of Saurashtra peninsula, at the mouth of Gulf of Kutch  Located on the road connecting Jamnagar and Okha  Close proximity to the holy place of Dwarka
  47. 47. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Road  NH8 and SH6 bound the south and west sides of the proposed site.  NH8 Ext. passes through the district of Jamnagar, connecting to Somnath – Porbandar– Dwarka.  Okhamandal is connected with Jamnagar by SH6 which passes through the town of Khambhaliya Rail  The site is connected to Delhi-Okha Western Rail Route via Jamnagar.  Hapa Junction is a convenient railhead on broad gauge terminus connecting to Okha & Porbandar
  48. 48. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Airport  Jamnagar airport is at a distance of 150 km from selected site.  An airstrip is present in Mithapur at a distance of 5 km.  The nearest International Airports are located in Ahmedabad and Mumbai. Port  Number of minor ports are located within a radius of 100Km of the identified area.  Bedi,Okha and Sikka are intermediate ports while Salaya, Jodiya, Pidara, Bet (Dwarka), are minor ports.  Sikka is an all-weather direct berthing port which is connected by rail and road (SH- 92) to Jamnagar– the district capital.  Okha port is connected by SH6A and 6B to Jamnagar & Porbandar.
  49. 49. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Water Urban areas in the region source water from Sani dam, perennial water storage reservoir, about 50 km from the site. Water supply for industrial purposes is done by GWSSB as well as individually sourced from bore wells and check dams Power Existing Power Supply in the area is handled by Paschim Gujarat Vij Corporation Limited. Captive Generation Plants by Industries or group of industries is also a possibility. The long sea coast and Gulf of Kutch has a potential of generation of wind energy Comm unicati on Good communication facilities already available due to presence of large industries like Reliance, Essar, Tata in the region,
  50. 50. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Projects Government of India has proposed development of Okha port as a minor fishery harbor under a centrally sponsored scheme. Tourism Projects The State Government has proposed to set up motels and cottages on the coastal belt of Porbandar and Jamnagar. The plan is to have six motels along the beach with a 30-room capacity each. Government of Gujarat plans to develop the coastal corridor from Jamnagar to Okha as an integrated tourist destination.
  51. 51. SANTALPUR Special Investment Region
  52. 52. Location Profile Special Investment Regions  Located in Santalpur taluka, one of the seven talukas of Patan district  Area is approx 141 sq km  Site comprises 14 populated villages surrounding the better known village of Varahi along the NH-15  .  Site is about 115 km from Mehsana and 125 km from Palanpur, both of which are important towns on the DMIC.  Site is located on the extreme eastern side of the Taluka, adjacent to the Radhanpur Taluka and is about 15 km from the Radhanpur town.  Santalpur taluka borders the Little Rann of Kutch
  53. 53. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Road  NH 15 runs across the taluka, equally dividing the taluka. It links Gandhidham and Kandla Port to Radhanpur in Patan district and Tharad in Banaskantha district  The only State Highway within the taluka is the SH-127, which connects Suigam to this taluka and touches NH 15 at Sidhada, passing just outside the delineated site Rail  Parallel to NH 15 is the Broad Gauge railway line from Gandhidham till Palanpur via Radhanpur.  Important route as it connects the Major Port of Kandla to the entire region of North Gujarat  As a part of augmentation of existing linkages for DMIC, this railway track has recently been converted from Narrow Gauge to Broad Gauge.. The proposal for double tracking of this line is already under consideration.  One of the nine junctions of Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) will be at Palanpur for traffic to and from the Kandla Port, Mundra Port and the Gandhidham area. The site is 115 km from DMIC at Mehsana
  54. 54. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Airport  Nearest airport is the Ahmedabad International Airport, located about 200km from the site.  There is a domestic airstrip at Deesa 120 km from the site – currently it is not being used Port  The SIR enjoys proximity to the only major port in the state, the Kandla Port, 190 km from the site. Kandla due to its strategic location is the connecting hub for northern, western and central India.  Kandla is the major hub for India's food grains and oil imports.  The port currently handles traffic of 46 MMTPA and is proposed to increase upto 68.4 MMTPA by 2011-2012.
  55. 55. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Spices and Seeds Processing Industries Vegetable and Fruit Processing Industries Dairy Processing Units Cotton Ginning, Pressing and Cotton Yarn Spinning Industries Solar Power Generation Plant – the location has highest intensity of solar radiation all throughout the year, making it very suitable for Solar Power Generation unit/s. The above industries will in turn be served by the allied infrastructure of  Cold Storages,  Logistic facilities,  Research Laboratory,  Warehousing facilities etc. Solar park is also proposed in SIR • An Israeli firm, Elbit Imaging, has decided to import 10,000 high-breed milch cows to set up a $100-million dairy unit at two locations in north Gujarat. • The first one has been planned at Ambasan Village in Mehsana district. Initially developed on 43 Ha of land, in future it will be expanded to 100 Ha. • The farm also has plans of introducing contract farming on 2,000 Ha of land where dry fodder will be produced with drip irrigation method, turning it into easily digestible nutritious feed. Location Area (sq. km) Estimated solar power generation (MW) Remarks Within the identified investment region 15.29 500 Approximate initial investment in the range of Rs. 7500 Crores to Rs. 10,000 Crores
  56. 56. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Land Use
  57. 57. Proposed Development and Infrastructure Special Investment Regions S.No. Location/Activity Investment (Rs. crore) 1. Industrial Investments (in Palanpur-Mehsana Agro park delineated at Santalpur) (except solar zone) Approx. 16,000 2. Investments in solar zone (of Palanpur-Mehsana Agro park delineated at Santalpur) 7,500 Total investments 23,500 Employment that SIR can generate will be around 300,000 Utilities  Power  The 220 KV Shivlaka Transmission grid from Mehsana cross the southern portion of the site.  Water  Three distributaries of the Narmada Canal criss-cross the site Integrated township Institutional area  Educational institutions  Research laboratory  Testing and certification centre for agro products
  58. 58. PETRO-CHEMICAL AND PETROLEUM INVESTMENT REGION Special Investment Region
  59. 59. Location Profile Special Investment Regions  Government of Gujarat proposes to set up the Gujarat PCPIR (GPCPIR) at Dahej, spread over the blocks of Vagra and Bharuch in the district of Bharuch, south Gujarat.  PCPIR is surrounded by the Gulf of Khambhat in the west, Narmada river & Aliyabet island in the south, villages of Vagra and Bharuch Taluka in the east and Dahej-Samni railway Line in the north.
  60. 60. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Road  Site falls to the west of NH8 which links Delhi and Mumbai. The site is currently linked to the NH-8 via the Bharuch Dahej SH-6.  The site falls within the stretches of SH6 and is also bordered by stretches of SH 64 and SH 161. SH6 within the designated PCPIR region can be divided into 3 stretches (i)Bharuch Dahej Road (ii) Coastal Highway and (iii) Vagra Pakhajan Jolwa Road Proposed road projects  As part of the Golden Quadrilateral, running parallel to the NH-8, the Ahmedabad-Baroda stretch of National Expressway No. 1, which is currently 93.4 km in length, will get extended to Mumbai, passing close to Bharuch of a total length of 500km.  Under the World Bank funded Gujarat State Highway Project Phase II B; the strengthening of the Bharuch Dahej Road has been undertaken.  Gujarat State Road Development Corporation has formed an SPV for the 4 laning of the Bharuch-Dahej SH6 .
  61. 61. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Road – proposed projects for PCPIR  6 Laning of SH-6 from Dahej to Bharuch  4 Laning & strengthening of the Vagra-Pakhajan-Jolwa Stretch of SH-6, falling within PCPIR along with external linkage  4 Laning & Strengthening of Coastal Highway Stretch of SH-6  4 laning of the Bharuch Derol Stretch of SH 161  Construction and Up gradation of 2 lane Coastal Road along River Narmada  Construction & Up gradation of major roads within GPCPIR .
  62. 62. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Rail  Connected to Delhi-Mumbai Western Rail Route via Dahej to Bharuch NG line. A single line narrow gauge railway line measuring 62.36 km, linking Dahej, Vagra (turning towards Bharuch at Samni) and Bharuch, forms the border of the PCPIR in the north and east.  Project involves conversion of Bharuch-Samni-Dahej  The feeder Route of Dahej- Bharuch BG line will link to the Dedicated Freight Corridor at the access points on the freight corridor  A Logistics Park is being considered at the access points of the freight corridor within Bharuch Airport  Nearest airports to PCPIR are located in Vadodara and Surat, both equidistant – around 85-90 km.  Nearest international airports are located in Ahmedabad and Mumbai. Modernisation of Ahmedabad International Airport has been proposed by the Airport Authority of India (AAI) at a total cost of Rs 1750 million. Modernisation of Vadodara Airport and expansion of Surat Airport has also been proposed by AAI .  The Government of Gujarat has acquired 44 ha of land for an airstrip at Ankleshwar which is 6 km from Bharuch, close to NH8 to be built at an estimated cost of Rs 20 crore
  63. 63. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Port  Existing ports/jetties Name of company No of Berth(s) Type of ownership Commercial usage Type of materials handled Capacity in MMTPA Future expansion in MMTPA Birla Copper 1 Private Sector Captive Jetty Allows 1-2 MMTPA Commercial Usage Copper smelter and fertilizer as well as its raw materials 4.50 5.00 (1 berth) GCPTCL 1 Joint Sector Port/Terminals Built for Commercial Usage Hazardous liquid & gaseous chemicals 1.80 2.00 (1 berth) PETRONET (LNG) 1 Joint Sector Port/Terminals Only for stakeholders Liquefied Natural Gas 5.00 5.00 (2 berths) IPCL 1 Private Sector Captive Jetty Only for stakeholders Liquid fuel 3.50 - OLD PORT DAHEJ 1 Government Owned –GMB Built for Commercial Usage General Cargo 0.30 (Negligible) - Sub Total 5 Berths 15.10 12.00 (4 Berths)
  64. 64. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Port  Proposed ports/jetties – further plans for handling 50 MMTPA additional cargo Type of cargo Location No of Berth (s) Type of ownership Type of materials handled Proposed Capacity ( Phase I) in MMTPA Future(Phase II) Expansion in MMTPA General cargo port North of Petronet Jetty- Under Construction 2 Government- GMB General Cargo 3.5 4.5 (1 Berth) Port Facilities plus Container Berth North of Birla Copper Jetty Yet to be assessed Sandesara Group having technical collaboration with Virginia Port Authority, . Being Assessed Being Assessed Being Assessed  GMB along with GIDC has plans to develop riverside into port based activities  A Ro-Ro ferry service connecting Dahej and Gogha (Saurashtra) is being planned from the GMB area near Jageshwar by the Gujarat Government at a cost of Rs 650 million  GMB has, in principle, accepted the proposal of M/s ABG Shipyard Limited to set up a modern ship building/repair yard for big size vessels on upstream of IPCL Jetty near Jageshwar  At Hazira, Shell Group has signed MoU with Singapore Port Authority for the container Terminal at Hazira which is at a distance of 60 nautical miles from Dahej.  GMB and GIDC have plans to develop a feeder container terminal at Dahej, if a Container Port is not found feasible.
  65. 65. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Gas Grid connectivity  Gujarat Gas Grid handles more than 13 MMSCMD of gas and its current network passes through PCPIR – near Ankleshwar. Gujarat Gas proposes to extend its network till Vilayat as and when industries start coming in.  Grid imports 18 MMSCMD of gas from Petronet LNG as part of GAIL National Gas Grid Project. Water availability  The existing water reservoirs and OHTs fall within the existing industrial estates and the water pipelines run along the connecting roads from Vilayat to Dahej.  The site currently has a single source of water i.e. Narmada River through which various agencies supply water for various purposes.  GIDC has provided 8 MGD water pipeline for supplying raw water to industries which is currently being augmented by another 25 MGD pipeline (presently under construction).  A new water project of capacity 35 MGD at a cost of Rs 245 crore has recently been sanctioned.  Through the Narmada Canal Network, the site receives raw water for irrigation. The Central Bada Scheme of GWSSB provides drinking water to rural habitations.
  66. 66. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Effluent/ Solid waste treatment  GIDC has provided a 55 km effluent conveyance pipeline of 90 MLD capacity from Vilayat to the mid-sea at Gulf of Khambat - Vilayat Industrial Estate has a pumping station within its boundary.  For solid waste management, a scientific landfill site including incineration facility for the disposal of hazardous as well as non–hazardous waste would be developed in the proposed utility zone.  Common Effluent Treatment Plant and sewerage treatment plant would be developed along the effluent conveyance pipeline within the utility zone.
  67. 67. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Power availability  Currently power is available from Gujarat Electric Board (GEB) mainly from 220 KV Haldwara Substation (linked with the grid of the state utility GETCO) by 220 KV Dahej Haldarva circuit line.  There is a 220 KV substation situated in the centre of Dahej GIDC (which is connected to the Haldarva substation at a distance of 60 km) from which GACL, Indo Gulf and LNG Petronet are linked. This substation receives 30 MW constant power from GACL Dahej generating station.  A 66 KV sub station at Dahej supplies power to the units of GCPTCL and BASF but it receives power from 66 KV Vagra sub-station. IPCL draws power directly from Haldarwa .At Vilayat Industrial Estate, a 66 KV sub station has been set-up  It is proposed that captive power plants, additional substations required for the power distribution to the PCPIR be located within the utility zone. Already an MoU has been signed for 2000 MW of power generation by co-developer of Dahej SEZ Ltd.
  68. 68. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Telecommunications  Telecommunication network is available from BSNL mainly and also from private distributors like Airtel, Hutch and Idea.  BSNL has OFC network with ring connectivity. Within the PCPIR, BSNL has exchanges at Dahej (1500 lines), Vagra (1088 lines), Vorasamni (496 lines).  At Vilayat, land has already been made available to BSNL for installing an exchange. There is sufficient spare connection available.  ISDN facility is available at Dahej Exchange and internet (dial-up) is available from all the exchanges. Broadband (Tier II) has been planned at Dahej in the region and Broadband (DSLAM) has been planned for Dahej, Janiadra, Ambheta, Bhensli, Lakhigam, Rahiyad and Birla Copper. WLL-BTS is available at Dahej and Vagra in the region. GSM-BTS is available at Bhensli, Dahej, Lakhigam and Vagra and planned at Ambetha and Vadadla in PCPIR.  It is proposed that additional telecommunication facilities required for the telecommunication within PCPIR be located within the utility zone.
  69. 69. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Zoning
  70. 70. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Land Use Pattern Zone Land Use Proposed(including Existing)Area Proposed Area in % age Phase I (Ha) Phase II (Ha) Total PROCESSING Industrial, Warehousing and Ports 13888 6495 20383 45 NON- PROCESSING Residential 9258 4330 13588 30 Institutional 1543 722 2265 5 Green 3086 1443 4529 10 Commercial 1543 722 2265 5 Utilities 1543 722 2265 5 Total 30861 14434 45295 100 Processing Area Status Villages Area In Ha) 1 GIDC developed existing Dahej Industrial Estate & Port Area Existing Lakhigam, Luwara, Abheta, Dahej, Vadadla, Suva 4500 2 GIDC developed existing Vilayat Industrial Estate Existing Bhersam, Vilayat, Vorasamni, Aragama 1000 3 Proposed Processing Area(including industrial and warehousing zones) Phase I This includes Vilayat Estate Expansion proposed by GIDC Proposed as per the zoning plan for GPCPIR Pipaliya,Vahial,Sayakha,Bhersam, Sadathala,Nandida,Khojbal,Kothia 6593 4 Proposed Processing Area(including industrial ,warehousing and port) Phase II This includes Dahej Estate Expansion proposed by GIDC Proposed as per the zoning plan for GPCPIR Dahej,Vadadla,Vav,Sambheti,Samantpor, Janiadra,Akhod,Nadarkha,Pakhajan, Suva,Rahiad,Koliad 6495 Total 18588
  71. 71. PIPAVAV Special Investment Region
  72. 72. Location Profile Special Investment Regions  Proposed SIR is located in the Amreli district of Gujarat  This district is located near the Gulf of Khambat in the Arabian Sea  Rajula taluka is bound by District Bhavnagar in the north east, Jafrabad and Savar Kundla taluka in the North West and Gulf of Khambat in the South.  Pipavav port lies in Rajula taluka and is ambitiously named as the ‘gateway to North-West India’. It also houses India’s largest private sector port and world’s third largest container terminal operating port.
  73. 73. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Road  National Highway 8E passes through the district - connects Amreli district to Junagadh and Bhavnagar  Also connected through SH 31 to Gadhada, SH 25 to Rajkot, SH 110 to Jetpur, SH 30 to Baghsar, SH 96 from Visavadhar to Gariadhar, SH 104 from Una to Derdi. Rail  Districts headquarter Amreli lies on Dessa –Veraval meter gauge section. .Airport  The nearest international airport to district Amreli is at Ahmedabad (335 km). The district is also surrounded by many domestic airports i.e. Bhavnagar (140 km), Junagadh (260 Km), Rajkot (480km) and Diu (90 km) all connected from Mumbai International Airport.  Port  Pipavav, Jafrabad & Victor are sea ports within Amreli District. Port Pipavav is one of the largest cargo handling terminals in the country.
  74. 74. Connectivity Special Investment Regions
  75. 75. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Delineated site has the River Dhatarwadi on the western edge, salt pans towards east, Motapar creek towards south and other villages towards north. The proposed region is spread in 10 villages having total area of 3,509 ha excluding existing habitation area. Major attraction nodes : Port of Pipavav, Port of Victar, Port of Jaffrabad, Alang shipyard, mining activities Existing industries : Ultratech Cement, L&T cement, Metadist Co. Ltd and PSL. Most of the big industries are concentrated on the southern side of the NH-8E in villages Rajula taluka has a rich mineral resource base of white clay, limestone, trap rock, bentonite, calcite which is a raw material for cement, pharmaceutical products and foundries.
  76. 76. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions New avenues for investment are in Electrical equipments, Engineering, and infrastructure projects Seven industrial estates are also proposed at Jafrabad, Liliya, Rajula, Babra, Damnagar and Amreli. Minerals based engineering and cement industries are growing due to the presence of port. Name Location Sector Status E Complex Pvt Ltd Rajula & Jafrabad Engineering Notifie d PSL Ltd Pipavav Alternative energy & ancillaries In Princip le SEZs in Amreli district
  77. 77. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Pipavav is located in Rajula taluka in the Saurashtra region of the state of Gujarat at a distance of about 140 km. south west of Bhavnagar along the long creek length of the Gulf of Khambat, Arabian Sea. The port has good connectivity, a four lane expressway 11km long connects Pipavav port to NH 8E. Road Road project of Gujarat State Road Development Corporation (GSRDC) and Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB) linking the port with Pipavav-Bherai Road to Ahmedabad at an estimated cost of INR 12 Crore (USD 3 million) Power Gas based power project of capacity 615MW between Krishak Bharti Cooperative Limited (KRIBHCO) and JV of Gujarat Power Corporation Limited (GPCL) Water Urban Development (UD) and Urban Housing Department have commissioned a project along with water supply and sewerage system in the district.
  78. 78. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Water • Saurashtra branch canal – subdivides into Vallabhipur canal network which feeds up to Devali village in Bhavnagar district. Rajula taluka gets its network of water supply from this sub branch canal • Distribution is dealt by GWSSB . Main 711 MM dia pipeline enters village Dantardi from Mahua taluka and goes up to Kadiyali. • Gujarat Water Infrastructure Ltd (GWIL) supply water for industrial purposes in the region. Solid Waste Management Solid waste management is done for the area under municipal limits of Rajula. Power supply Power is supplied from a 400KV substation at Jetpur to 220KV substations in Savar Kundla, Kansari, Timbadi and Dhasa zones respectively. The Savar Kundla line steps down to two 66KV sub stations at Dungar and Rajula which supplies electricity to the entire taluka. Gas Supply Gujarat State petroleum corporation (GSPC) has proposed to set up a power plant in Rajula taluka. The proposed line is called the Jafrabad- Darod section which enters Rajula from Mahua taluka, passing through Dantardi, Visaliya, Pipavav, Ningala, Uchaiya and Rampara No.2 villages.
  79. 79. SANAND Special Investment Region
  80. 80. Location Profile Special Investment Regions  SIR is located in Ahmedabad district of Gujarat  It is surrounded by Mehsana and Gandhinagar districts in north, Surendranagar district in the west, Bhavnagar district in the south, Gulf of Khambhat in the south east and Anand district in the east.  Sanand taluka is bound by Gandhinagar district in the north, Virangam taluka in the west, Bavla and Dholka taluka in the south, Daskroi and Ahmedabad city talukas in the east.  Sanand taluka is spread over an area of 785 sq km which includes 67 villages and one municipality.
  81. 81. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Road  Connected by NH8 to Delhi and Mumbai. NH – 8 also connects Ahmedabad district to major cities like Gandhinagar, Vadodara, Bharuch, Anand and Surat in Gujarat as well as Jaipur, Udaipur and Ajmer in Rajasthan.  As part of Golden quadrilateral, 95 km of Ahmedabad – Vadodara expressway gives good connectivity between these cities.  NH – 59 connects Indore to the district. Rail  Ahmedabad district is also well connected to major cities through broad gauge and metre gauge railway lines. Airport  Ahmedabad city has an International airport which links it to many major cities of India and the world.  Port  Kandla and Mundra ports are connected to
  82. 82. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Road  Connected by NH8 to Delhi and Mumbai. NH – 8 also connects Ahmedabad district to major cities like Gandhinagar, Vadodara, Bharuch, Anand and Surat in Gujarat as well as Jaipur, Udaipur and Ajmer in Rajasthan.  As part of Golden quadrilateral, 95 km of Ahmedabad – Vadodara expressway gives good connectivity between these cities.  NH – 59 connects Indore to the district.  SH–17 connects Sanand taluka to Ahmedabad, Sarkhej, Virangam, Thorimubarak, Malia and Chotial and joins NH–8A.  SH-144 connects Sanand to Bavla and Dehgam road, SH-135 connects Sanand taluka to Kadi and Bavla road.  SH – 74 connects Dholka and Bavla.  Proposed Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) running parallel to NH -8 is also in proximity to Sanand taluka
  83. 83. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Airport  Sardar Vallabhai Patel Airport in Ahmedabad is approximately 30 km away from Sanand.  Well connected with other major cities of the country  Direct international flights to Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Middle-east cities of Sharjah, Kuwait and Muscat. Port  Proposed Dholera port is the nearest to Sanand taluka. It is expected to handle 6 million tonnes of general cargo per annum, which is being jointly developed by Adani and J.K group  Mundra port – promoted by Adani group – is linked by NH – 8A at a distance of about 400 km. It has the largest container terminal in the west coast of India with handling capacity of 1.25 million TEUs per annum. It handles liquid cargo like edible oil, petroleum products and chemicals.
  84. 84. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Water supply Narmada Main Canal is the main source of surface water for Sanand taluka and it is supplied through two of its branch canals namely Dholka Branch Canal (DBC) and Sanand Branch Canal (SBC). Sewerage and storm water drainage In Sanand taluka, sewage flows through open drains and a sewage treatment plant has been proposed. Solid waste disposal There is an existing solid waste dump of area 41,986 square meter in Sanand town. AUDA has proposed a new landfill site for Sanand, Dholka and Bavla at kodaliya village.
  85. 85. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Power supply The nearest 220 KV substation is at Virangam and Rupavati and 66 KV sub station is available at Chharodi and Sanand. Gas supply GSPL gas pipeline passes through the villages of Nidhrad, Vasodara, Rupavati, Khoda and Charrodi till the Tata Nano plant. It has tap-off points in all this villages.
  86. 86. SIMAR Special Investment Region
  87. 87. Location Profile and connectivity Special Investment Regions  The investment region falls under Junagadh district  Within the district the region is located in the Sutrapada taluka Road :  NH-8E from Veraval to Bhavnagar via Kodinar and Una passes through the delineation. Rail  There is no broad gauge railway line that passes through the delineation option.  There is a meter gauge line (Veraval – Talala – Delvada) of Western Railways that passes closely from the identified site.  There is a proposal to extend a broad gauge line from Veraval to Pipavav port. Port  Close to Veraval, Chhara, Pipavav and Porbandar port Airport  Nearest international airport is Ahmedabad, approximately 350 km away  Diu is the nearest domestic airport  Keshod is the only airport in the Junagadh district; however it is not functional at present  Rajkot is another important domestic airport which is approximately 275 km away .
  88. 88. Potential Industries Special Investment Regions Industry Key segments Cement Portland Blended Specialty cement Chemicals Paints & dyes Fine specialty chemicals Engineering &automobile All segments Food Processing Processed foods (for raw material available)
  89. 89. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Infrastructure Status Power • The closest 66 KV substation is at Sutrapada village in Sutrapada taluka. • The nearest 220 KV substations are at Timdi and Dhokadava. Water • Main source of water in the district is through wells
  90. 90. HALOL-SAVLI Special Investment Region
  91. 91. Location Profile Special Investment Regions Halol Savli site has been chosen as the preferred destination for Vadodara Special Investment Region Area of the Halol Savli Site is around 123 sq. km. The Savli site falls within the Savli taluka of Vadodara District while the Halol site falls within the Halol taluka of Panchmahal district.
  92. 92. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Road NH8 from Delhi to Mumbai is at a distance of 35 km from the Halol industrial site and 8 km from Savli Industrial site connecting the Halol-Savli delineated area with major cities like Vadodara and Ahmedabad. NH8 is 4- lane divided carriageway and connects to the Mumbai (JNPT) port on southern side – currently under 6 laning. The proposed industrial area falls mainly on the eastern front of the highway. The Halol and Savli sites are also connected through a triangular mesh of state highways (SH). SH 87 connects Vadodara to Halol, SH 150 connects Halol to Savli and SH 158 connects Savli to Vadodara. The SH 158 is being 4-laned till the Savli GIDC Estate. Besides, SH 5 provides connectivity to Godhra from the Halol site and is currently being 4-laned. They will act as major spines for the proposed SIR.
  93. 93. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Freight Corridor The proposed Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) is at a distance of 35 km from the Halol delineated industrial area and 8 km from Savli delineated industrial area. The connectivity of the Halol site from freight corridor is through the four lane SH 87. Railway The broad gauge double track rail line from Vadodara to Godhra passes along the proposed Savli industrial area and at a distance of around 1.5-2 km from Halol industrial area with the railway station at Kahakariya village of Savli Takuka towards the western edge of the delineated site. The Halol industrial area is connected to this railway line through SH 150.
  94. 94. Connectivity Special Investment Regions Airport Vadodara domestic airport is at a distance of 35 km from the proposed Halol industrial area and 15 km from Savli Industrial area. The connectivity from airport is through SH 87 which passes through the Halol delineated site. For international connectivity, Ahmedabad International Airport is at a distance of 135 km. Both the Ahmedabad and Vadodara airports are under expansion and modernisation while a new airport is being conceptualised near Dahej. Port The nearest seaports to this site are Dahej Solid Cargo Port at a distance of 185 km, Hazira at a distance of 220 km and JNPT (Mumbai) at a distance of 250 km.
  95. 95. Proposed Industries Special Investment Regions  Engineering  Building Materials used in Construction  Machines and Machine Parts used in Factories  Metallurgical Industries  Fabrication  Automobile OEMs and Ancillaries  Engine parts  Drive transmission & steering parts  Suspension & braking parts  Equipment & others  Engineering Plastics  Plastics used in Automobiles  Plastics used in Electrical & Electronics  Plastic Products used in Agriculture  Plastic Re Processing  Electrical & Electronics Industries  Power driven pumps  Electric Motors  Switch Gears  Transformers  Power Transmission Equipments  Power Plants Proposed investment (Rs crore) (10-15 years) 25,000 Proposed employment 300,000
  96. 96. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Zoning
  97. 97. Proposed Development Special Investment Regions Zoning ZONE AREA (ha) IN % Engineering Cluster 5989 49.0Electricals & Electronics Cluster Automobile Cluster Engineering Plastics Cluster Existing Industrial Area & already proposed for 1476 12 Logistics 1300 11 Green / Buffer Area 1230 10 Commercial 520 4 Utility 550 4 Residential 1230 10 TOTAL 12295 100
  98. 98. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Zoning Infrastructure Water • The main source of drinking water is from tube wells • Some villages have piped water supply from the large water body of Vadatalav managed by the Gujarat Water Supply and Sewerage Board • The Narmada main canal is passing along the western edge of the proposed Halol Industrial site. There is a proposal for future intake of water from this canal for supplying water in all the selected villages incurring a total expenditure of Rs 53.45 crore. There is a proposal for a treatment plant of the capacity of 73.30 MLD at Halol. This scheme will provide 20 MLD water exclusively to the existing industries. • The water supply to the existing GIDC estate, Halol is through the Narmada main canal with tapping point at Khakharia near Chandrapura village • The water supply in GIDC estate, Savli is from Mahi River with tapping point at Parthanpura.
  99. 99. Proposed Infrastructure Special Investment Regions Zoning Infrastructure Power & Gas • sources of power are Kadana power station and Nandesari power station at Panchmahal and Vadodara respectively • There is a 220 KV power station and 220 KV power line passing through the delineated Halol site while there is a 132 KV substation and power line at Savli delineated industrial area. Apart from the 220 KV line there are two 66 KV substations in proposed Halol site. There is a continuous 3-phase, power supply in the region. • The region has sufficient amount of power availability. All the 66 KV substations are proposed to be interlinked to maintain the uninterrupted power supply. • There is a gas distribution line passing through the proposed Halol- Savli sites. The gas connectivity is laid and maintained by GSPC (Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation).
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