A Cost Effective Proposition
A monopole tower is a new type of electricity and WiûFi transmission tower which takes up less space as compared to the conventional lattice tower.
Monopoles can replace angular towers when facing RoW issues
Monopoles are used for a series of applications and are ideal for use when sufficient availability of land is restricted. They are the least intrusive and easiest towers to erect, making them one of the most popular tower types in the industry.
We are pro-actively adapting our facilities to changing technologies
Nowadays, technology evolves and upgrades very fast. Do you think, it is a challenge to keep up with the fast-paced change when it comes to a testing facility like ERDA? Electrical Research and Development Association (ERDA) has also witnessed similar challenges in smart meter testing (development of IS:16444- Part-1 & part-2), change in Ministry of new and Renewable Energy (MNRE) specifications for solar lighting systems & solar pumping systems, change in BEE star rating programme for distribut
Regardless of where in the world a utility operates, or under what variation of regulatory regime, three priorities resonate across them all: ensuring that the energy supply is reliable, supplying it efficiently and safely.
While India is making steady headway on the transmission front and the sector has witnessed commendable growth over the last few years with substantial capacity additions, the distribution or last mile connectivity is still a concern in India.
The pioneer in the forefront
Bajaj Electricals Ltd (BEL), which has pioneered the transmission technology using monopoles a decade ago, remains in the forefront of the industry by bagging the prestigious Noida to Greater Noida transmission project recently.
Right of Way for Monopoles
There is an emergent need to provide high voltage electric power transmission that minimises impact on the environment, agriculture and communities. Overhead transmission lines have been the normal, located on designated rights-of-way.
Let´s have plug and play in the transmission sector
We have recently seen quite a few new transmission system projects being announced. For e.g. the Rs 10,000 crore North Eastern Region Power System Improvement Project (NERPSIP) and the 800 kV 6,000 MW HVDC Raigarh´Pugalur Transmission project.
We are migrating to higher transmission voltage
There is a paradox with regards to the pace and quantum of growth in transmission and distribution as compared to growth in generation, as although progress is happening on the transmission front, the current transmission infrastructure is highly inadequate and imbalanced.
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