IT implementation at TPDDL
Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited´s (TPDDL) journey started from July 01, 2002, and has since then made significant changes in the lives of the citizens of north and north-west Delhi. Today, we have around 1.6 million satisfied customers and serving a population of over seven million citizens.
DuPont to showcase new protective garment against electric arc flash at ME Electricity
DuPont is set to participate in the upcoming Middle East Electricity show to be held from February 14 to 16, 2017 at the Dubai World Trade Center. During the world's leading power event featuring power generation, lighting, and renewable and nuclear energy, DuPont will focus on showcasing its new Nomex® garment that protects users from electric arc flash
NOCL seeks shareholders´ nod for 47percent stake sale
Hyderabad-based Nagarjuna Oil Refinery Ltd will seek shareholders´ approval to sell its 46.78 per cent stake in Nagarjuna Oil Corporation Ltd (NOCL), which is setting up a 6-million-tonne oil refinery in Tamil Nadu, to Allied Machineries and Resources Holdings Inc of Ras Al Khaimah (AMR Group).
The ´IT´ Factor
Digitalisation is just beginning to make real headway in India, what with the Centre´s ongoing focus on ´Digital India´. This coupled with the much propagated ´Make in India´ and ´Smart Cities´ initiatives are all set to pave the way for a smarter, advanced, Information Technology (IT) enabled country.
Digitalisation should unleash huge value for utilities
Digitalisation of the power sector should unleash huge value for the utilities, releasing locked up investments to be put to better use, which in turn should help public sector utilities to become less dependent on governmental subsidies.
Transforming Rajasthan´s Discoms
IT has brought about tectonic shifts in the power sector and transformed distribution companies in the country. The benefits that IT brings are all pervasive change - improved operational efficiency, sustained cost reductions, enhanced consumer experience and so on.
Matching T And D infra to generation capacity critical
For several decades now, the power sector has focused its activity on the augmentation of its generation capacity in order to cope with burgeoning demand. So far, all eggs have been going into the production basket. However, it now seems that a vital link in this ecosystem has been largely ignored: that is, addressing our inadequate power evacuation infrastructure. This is the Achilles´ heel of the Indian power sector.
Power Sector | Positives to be visible after reset
The Ujjwal Discom Assurance Yojana (UDAY) scheme is aimed at bringing ailing power distribution companies (discoms) to a state of operational efficiency, with state governments taking over up to 75 per cent of their respective discoms´ debt and issuing sovereign bonds to pay back the lenders