Implementation is Key
Formulating policies is only the first step, the success of smart grids depends on the time-bound implementation of projects.
Technology enabled systems and solutions have become the driving force for electricity segment in the last few year.
India Smart Grid Week 2017
India Smart Grid Week (ISGW 2017) is the third edition of the conference-cum-exhibition on Smart Grids and Smart Cities, organised by India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF) from March 07-10, 2017, at Manekshaw Centre, DhaulaKuan, New Delhi, India.
Transforming Technology Transforming Infrastructure
India has taken its first steps towards establishing a documented plan for ushering in smart grids through the Smart Grid Vision and Roadmap. It was formulated by the India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF) and issued by the Ministry of Power in August 2013, which envisaged nation wide rollout of smart grids by the year 2027.
Solutions that empower customers will flourish
We believe a lot more smartness, integration and capability, lot more solution-oriented approaches have to happen to give customers more empowered solutions and I think to me that is the direction. Now empowerment can go down to the last man for example we have only a single tariff applicable all through the day and not dual tariff and no peak time tariff.
Smart grids help curb demand-supply gap
Environment-friendly, efficient and extremely flexible - smart grids are poised to be the future of energy supply in India. Instead of purchasing power from a handful of centralised suppliers, consumers can also feed electricity into the public grid - e.g.,