An initiative by IEEMA to provide a deep insight into topics which are of the utmost importance during the current scenario as well as the future into which the Indian power sector is poised to take another quantum technological leap. The meter division of Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers' Association (IEEMA), nodal agency representing the manufacturers of electrical, industrial electronics and allied equipments in India has announced its 5th seminar in the series of Metering India to be held on the 21st and 22nd of February 2013 at New Delhi. The Seminar would provide a forum to discuss various issues related to energy metering in the country. This initiative by IEEMA provides a deeper insight into topics which are of the utmost importance during the current scenario as well as the future into which the Indian Power sector is poised to take another quantum technological leap. We aspire to live in a smarter world which is instrumented, interconnected and intelligent. We expect technology to add value to our lives and make it simpler. Smart electricity delivery system, in which electricity suppliers and consumers are connected, is the basis for a smart future. Energy meter is a key element of this network because it interfaces consumers with the utilities, said Ramesh Chandak, president, IEEMA. As we march towards responsive power system through smart grids, it is imperative to dwell on our achievements, aspirations and our readiness towards the same. With Metering India 2013, we are at a very interesting milestone in our journey towards a smarter tomorrow, said Mr. Sunil Singhvi, chairman of IEEMA Meter Division. Utilities have invested heavily on the IT infrastructure but are yet to use the data smartly. The last mile connectivity and consumer participation has its own set of expectations from energy metering. Initiatives like demand side management, renewable integration, TOD (Time of the Day), tariff implementation, consumer home energy management will add another dimension to revenue protection for the utility and the same may pose new challenges to the energy metering industry. IEEMA has also invited papers from experts from utilities, networking and IT solutions providing companies, energy service companies, electricity tariff regulators, testing institutes, utility service providers, consultants, technical and research institutes, building and industrial sector, solar plant manufacturers and manufacturers of energy meters.
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