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Breaking the IT/OT silos in the power industry to drive smart grid adoption
July 2019
Once impenetrable to technological advances, the power industry is in a state of churn.
Steering Transformation
March 2018
Eastman Auto & Power Limited has announced the appointment of Satyendra K. Mallik as President and Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO).
SMART CEO
February 2018
The board of directors of SmartCity-Kochi, a joint venture IT SEZ between Tecom Investments, a subsidiary of Dubai Holdings, and Kerala government, has appointed Manoj Nair as the new chief executive officer (CEO).
EESL to procure 50 lakh smart meters; 100 cos participate in pre-bid meet
September 2017
A pre-bid meeting by EESL held for a mega tender the GoI company had put out for procurement of 50 lakh smart meters, elicited stellar response from smart meter manufacturers, system integrators and has also excited various other stakeholders including World Bank and telecom operators etc.
Forecasting and scheduling regulations take hold in India| BTI
September 2017
Andhra Pradesh recently became the latest state to notify forecasting, scheduling and deviation settlement regulations for solar and wind power generation. It joins Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Uttarakhand, who have already announced these regulations.
Picture Future
July 2017
Bratin Roy, Vice President, Industry Services, TÜV SÜD South Asia, explains how predictive maintenance at power plants, can be a solution to reduce unplanned generation and efficiency loss. Ageing power plants possess threat of very high maintenance costs and unscheduled breakdowns, whereas capacity addition to new plants require high investment.
Under Ind AS, Financial Statements Will Have A Face Off
April 2017
The power sector in India is highly regulated, with continuing regulator's involvement in pricing, security of supply and extensively capital intensive. Till 1991, the whole infrastructure sector (of which power is a part) was primarily under government ownership, but due to severe foreign exchange crisis and a lack of capital for expanding infrastructure capacity, the Indian government allowed private foreign and Indian investments in the sector.
ABB India to deliver digital substation for IT park
March 2017
ABB India will deliver a 110 kV digital sub-station to Technopark, India's largest IT park in Kerala, spanning an area of 930,000 square meters. Due to the nature of the industry, the campus is highly dependent on reliable, round the clock power to serve the 350 companies employing more than 50,000 people.
Metering India 2017 Seminar
March 2017
Indian power distribution utilities are incurring heavy losses and it has become imperative to deploy a right mix of people, process and technology in order to make them sustainable.
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