Tata Power's generation crosses 51,000 MUs in FY17
Tata Power, India's largest integrated power company, announced that the company's generation crossed 51,000 Million Units (MUs) of power for the first time, collectively from all its power plants in the year 2016-2017.
Smart Metering is still at the nascent stage in India, where it is being tested and implemented by only a few utilities equipped with the money and technology to do so. However, it provides a sea of possibilities in streamlining and advancing our home energy infrastructure.
Discoms ask DERC for plan to clear revenue dues
Delhi power distribution companies (discoms), BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd and BSES Yamuna Power Ltd have asked the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) for a plan to clear Rs.16,000 crore revenue gap.
To cut carbon footprint and billing exercise
Tata Power is the first Indian power utility to launch the Automated Demand Response (ADR) project with smart meters in Delhi last year. It is one of the first projects in the world where ADR and AMI (Advanced Metering Infrastructure for Smart Meters) are conceptualised together.
A smart meter is an electronic device that records consumption of electric energy in intervals of an hour or less and communicates that information at least daily back to the utility for monitoring and billing. Smart meters enable two-way communication between the meter and the central system.
Delhi power department in charge of renewable energy
To boost Prime Minister Narendra Modi´s solar energy mission, the Delhi city administration has brought its environment ministry´s Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Management Centre (EEREM) under the ambit of the power department
Power 20:20 | Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd
Tata Power Delhi Distribution is aggressively using technology intervention to track theft of power in its area of distribution in North and North-West Delhi. TPDDL has installed Automated Meter Reading (AMR) based energy systems at Distribution Transformers (DT)
With an addition of 20,000 MW every year, a lot of stress has been put on electricity transmission. But investments in transmission and distribution have not kept up with investments made in power generation.Despite having installed power generation capacity of 225 GW and power demand of 135 GW (as of May 2013), India faced a peak power deficit of 9 per cent (12 GW). Power shortages have adversely affected the country's economy.
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