The type of underground cable to be used at a particular location is determined by the voltage at which it is re-quired to operate. Underground cables are classified and used at a particular location as per their voltage rating. - Munazama Ali
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
KEC International has secured new turnkey order of Rs 1,496 crore in its Transmission & Distribution business in Bangladesh for design, supply and installation of 400 kV Meghnaghat – Madunaghat Double Circuit Transmission Line.
Adani Transmission announced that it has acquired Reliance Infrastructure’s integrated business of Generation, Transmission and Retail Electricity Distribution.
Avantha Group Company, CG Power and Industrial Solutions Limited (CG) through its wholly-owned subsidiary at Belgium in consortium, fabricated the largest ever Offshore Transmission Substation.
The 400 kV lines will help Essar Power’s 1,200 MW Mahan Thermal Power Plant in Madhya Pradesh to evacuate its entire generation.
Transmission of electrical energy from source to load without having any physical wired connection, i.e. wireless power transmission will play significant role in future electronics and electrical applications. This paper discusses about wireless power transmission, principles, advantages and its scope in future.
In this article, the power sector is reviewed with specific focus on transmission and distribution system losses.
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