Brightening up Households
Uninterrupted and quality power supply is a precursor to economic development for any country. Electricity transforms people's lives and spurs them towards a better future.
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.
IIoT is changing the way the industry does things
We launched the Emerson´s rendition of Industrial IoT, which is the Plantweb Digital Ecosystem in India. It is important to note that India is the first country outside of the USA that we have launched this offering.
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.
UDAY An Ambitious Indian Distribution Sector Bailout
With our discoms posting staggering losses and drowning in debt, UDAY is geared towards achieving tangible goals with a sensible method that represents a multi-pronged approach to rid the sector of its chronic ailments.
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.
Aggregate Technical And Commercial losses are considered to be an Achilles heel of Indias power sector. Problems in power distribution companies have accentuated over the years, mainly in the form of inadequate metering and data collection systems in place.
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