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Securing Smart Grid from Cyberattacks

This article discusses the major challenges and strategies to protect smart grid against cyberattacks. - Dr L Ashok Kumar

Transmission Lines in Smart Grid

The power flows from power utilities to consumers whereas if wireless sensor networks are added, then the real time price information will also flow from base station to consumers. If the consumer is aware of price of power in peak times, then consumer will act accordingly and regulate his consumption as per price information sent to him. - Geeta Yadav

Get Control Through Touch And Fuel Optimisation

As a global supplier of green, safe and reliable energy control solutions, DEIF takes responsibility for design, supply, installation, commissioning and maintenance, offering end-to-end solutions, energy management and customer’s comfort throughout the life-cycle of the project. DEIF solutions are designed for facilities to function smoothly and efficiently. Our revolutionary products and applications are the result of many years of research, development and craving for betterment.

Sensei Solutions relies on FLIR Automation cameras

When electric utilities experience a breakdown, there is not only a problem for end consumers who are faced with loss of electricity, but also...

Enabling Technologies for Smarter Grid

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.

Smart Distribution

The article highlights need of automation and IT application in power distribution. - Ashok Upadhyay

Power Sector Automation Today & Tomorrow

Discover how automation is impacting the growth of the power sector. By Subhajit Roy

Power Distribution Systems in India

Programs are simultaneously working on many fronts to ensure technical up-gradation of distribution network, to ensure stability of power supply to consumers.….

Schneider Electric to buy Larsen & Toubro’s Electrical & Automation business

Schneider Electric, partnering with Temasek, has reached an agreement to buy Larsen & Toubro’s Electrical & Automation business and will combine it with its Low Voltage & Industrial Automation Products business in India

IoT in Power System

IoT technology used in overhead transmission lines not only carry out line state monitoring but also improve the perception of power transmission line in operation condition, including meteorological conditions, ice cover, ground wire breeze vibration, conductor temperature and sag, transmission line windage yaw, tower inclination and others…

ABB to provide integrated automation and electrical systems for Emami Cement in Odisha

Emami is setting up advanced and energy-efficient cement plants to meet the future demand of cement coming out of steadily rising infrastructure spend in the country.

Electricity Grid Substation Automation

To meet the needs of India’s growing economy, providing reliable, affordable and sustainable energy requires exploring a range of options. One of the most important requirements is reinventing the grid with the introduction of grid intelligence and communication systems for its secure and efficient operation. This paper is an attempt towards grid redesign to meet the requirements of the transforming energy sector in India... - Er. K S Sidhu

Updating LINK Industrial Drive Control Systems

Oracle Drive Systems use the new LINKNET system to update ageing fibre optic LINK drive control system, replacing it with new LINKNET modules for click-and-connect set-up and fast, straightforward configuration via Parker DSE software…

Substation Automation System (SAS)

Substation automation refers to using data from intelligent electronic devices (IEDs) control & automation capabilities within the substation and control commands from remote users to control power system devices… - Dr B P Singh

Intelligent Coal Fired Thermal Power Plants – Next generation automation to accommodate high renewable...

The requirement for making coal fired stations intelligent arises from the beed for highly efficient plant operation and asset management on one hand and wide scale penetration of renewable energy (solar  photovoltaic and wind) into the grid which results in rapid cycling of the thermal plants, on the other hand. Ramping up or down of thermal plants hitherto was through manual load setting or through the free governor mode of operation. With the entrance of  rapidly varying renewable generation, the need for automatic load setting on the thermal plants through intelligent features arises... - M. Siddhartha Bhatt,  N. Rajkumar

Solar Panel Cleaning System

The project was sponsored by Government of Gujarat for 10 MW Canal-top Solar Plant at Vadodara. The students are thankful to their guide Asst. Prof. Avipsa Dey for her support and encouragement during the project... - Avipsa Dey, Nishi Shah, Sonali Ghatge, Vaishali Sapkal

Demand Estimation & Power Distribution

'Assured and quality electric supply' is one of the core infrastructure elements of the smart city. The backbone to drive this objective is to implement an efficient and intelligent power distribution system. The trigger for an efficient power distribution network begins with the demand assessment. The methodology for arriving at the optimum demand assessment and planning of power distribution network for a smart city is deliberated in this article... - D Geethalakshmi, Fazlullah Syed

Power Generation Automation – Requirements

Wi-Fi, a WLAN conforming to IEEE 802.11b is emerging as a good replacement for LAN. It allows people to log onto the Internet and receive e-mails on the move. WiMAX an 802.16 wireless metropolitan-area network with a range of 50 km, facilitates wireless broadband access in metros and rural areas, and is a cost effective alternative to cables... - K S Sidhu

Enabling Smarter Grid Automation through Standardization

Power grid is a combination of various network elements and electrical components used to generate, transmit, distribute and supply power to end users of electricity. Complexity of power system has been growing tremendously over the last few decades, facing new challenges and targets during its operation. In order to overcome some of these major challenges, there is a definite need of automation which helps in automatically operating & controlling the power system under various situations of operating grid in day-day scenarios. The new era of smart grid in the 21st century has made automation and standardization really a need to operate grid under the dynamics of rapid load changes, making the system more time sensitive towards faults and failure modes. This research article presents analysis & overview on emerging technology and standards over past few years for smart grid automation, from generation to utilization making Indian power grids to operate in efficient manner and resilient to failure modes. - Balakrishna P & Swarup KS
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