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Monopoles are the latest alternatives to lattice tower
August 2018
Monopoles are used for a series of applications and are ideal for use when sufficient availability of land is restricted.
Monopoles can replace angular towers when facing RoW issues
July 2017
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.
Poles Apart
July 2017
Despite having been a part of the India power T&D for over 50 years, lack of awareness and expertise of utilities, have left monopoles as yet obscured.
NIT-Karnataka to have 1 MW rooftop solar plant
November 2016
The National Institute of Technology, Surathkal, Karnataka is all set to inaugrate it´s 1 MW rooftop solar plant - the largest yet for a government academic institution - during the annual convocation ceremony on November 12. The power grid is being installed across 11 academic buildings of the institution as per NSM norms.
Power 20:20 | Best selling power company in T And D Equipment - KEC international
September 2016
With around seven decades of experience, footprint in over 61 countries and presently executing projects in around 33 countries, the $1.4 billion dollar infrastructure major KEC International Limited, is a world leader in Power Transmission EPC space.
Monopoles are actually cheaper based on life-cycle-cost
July 2016
Advantages of monopole in comparison to conventional tower are: Less right-of-way (RoW), better appearance, less components resulting in faster installation, better reliability under extreme conditions, design flexibility, vandalism proof, reliable performance and longer service life.
Govt has adopted various innovative steps to prevent from losses
January 2014
With an objective to prevent from AT&C losses in the state, the Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Limited (KPTCL) has planned high voltage distribution systems, bifurcation of irrigation pump set feeders from rural feeders, smart meters and distribution transformer metering. G Kumar Naik, Managing Director, KPTCL, in an interaction with Pradeep Pandey.
Govt has adopted various innovative steps to prevent from losses
January 2014
With an objective to prevent from AT&C losses in the state, the Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Limited (KPTCL) has planned high voltage distribution systems, bifurcation of irrigation pump set feeders from rural feeders, smart meters and distribution transformer metering. G Kumar Naik, Managing Director, KPTCL, in an interaction with Pradeep Pandey.
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