As part of the order, GE Power will supply pressure parts equipment for the Patratu project at an order value of USD 52million and to Udangudi thermal power projects at a value of USD 20.4 million, for onshore supply.
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When electric utilities experience a breakdown, there is not only a problem for end consumers who are faced with loss of electricity, but also...
To raise awareness on the need for electrical safety to prevent electrical mishaps at homes and workplaces.
Increasing penetration of renewable energy into the electricity grid is posing new challenges to ensure grid stability and reliability. The impact of volatile renewable generation and decentralisation of energy is driving the industry towards exploring options like IoT, robotics, Cloud computing and Artificial Intelligence.
Around 22% of electricity produced in India is lost in distribution. Here’s a review of the core issues and minimisation techniques. By Subhajit Roy
The article highlights need of automation and IT application in power distribution.
Discover how automation is impacting the growth of the power sector. By Subhajit Roy
The distribution of the harmonic sources requires close monitoring between OEM & users for making a stringent specification in order to minimize voltage-distortion levels are kept to acceptable levels on the overall system considering IEEE 519- standards...- S K Pattnaik
nd-Ra has maintained a Stable Outlook on most of its rated power sector entities for FY18, as the agency expects its rated entities will continue to manage fuel and state power utility risks due to a favourable tariff mechanism, a comfortable liquidity position and support from central and state governments…- Salil Garg