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CG Installs Offshore Transmission Substation in Germany

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.

Essar Power commissions 337-km, 400 kV Mahan-Sipat transmission line

The 400 kV lines will help Essar Power’s 1,200 MW Mahan Thermal Power Plant in Madhya Pradesh to evacuate its entire generation.

Wireless Power Transmission

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.

Transmission Losses in India

In this article, the power sector is reviewed with specific focus on transmission and distribution system losses.

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.

Distribution losses: How to reduce

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

Smart Distribution

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

Benefits of HVDS for Agriculture

Implementation of high voltage distribution system (HVDS) for agriculture consumers will result in reduction in losses, increase in energy saving and improve voltage profile.

Smart Transformer for Smart Grid Operation

As an integral part of the Smart Grid, smart transformers work independently to constantly regulate voltage and maintain contact with the smart grid in order to allow remote administration if needed and to provide information and feedback about the power supply and the transformers themselves.

Sterlite Power Gets USD 47 mn Order from GS S Korea

Sterlite Power has received an order of US$ 47 million from GS S Korea for supply of High-Performance Conductor (ACCC).

WAGO EPSITRON® – Advanced Power Supply System

WAGO offers uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), buffer modules, redundancy modules and a wide range of electronic circuit breakers (ECBs) as a complete system for seamless upgrades…

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.….

World Bank approves $486 Million to improve Nigeria Electricity Transmission Network

The investments under the Nigeria Electricity Transmission Project will increase the power transfer capacity of the transmission network and enable distribution companies supply consumers with additional power.

Renewable Integrated Microgrids

It is essential to ensure that the available renewable sources are utilized in the best possible manner. In order to maintain uninterrupted power supply, the authors propose that a pump hydro storage unit is used to manage the intermittencies associated with renewable energy sources…

Sterlite Power Wins `1500 cr Goa Power Transmission Project

The project will deliver an incremental 400kV feed to Goa and scale up the transmission network for power evacuation from generation projects pooled at Raigarh (Chattisgarh).

“Transmission system should be planned ahead of generation”

Sterlite Power Transmission Limited is one of the leading companies which is at the forefront of power transmission industry. Sterlite has four business units namely Solutions, Infrastructure, IndiGrid & Convergence. Government should mandate the planners must evaluate all possibilities to upgrade existing lines, before building any new lines. Besides, benefit span over increased power transfer, faster implementation vis-à-vis creating new parallel corridors conservation of scarce land, RoW and forest resources, etc. So, it is prudent to uprate or upgrade the existing corridor that can serve next 20 years, suggests Manish Agarwal, CEO – Solutions, Sterlite Power in an interaction with Electrical India…

Power Management in Microgrids

As microgrids are becoming more common, the issues linked with micro-grids need to be addressed to effectively improve the quality of delivered power. This article discusses the architecture of micro- grids, control components and systems and integration strategies to achieve higher efficiency, resilience and sustainability…

Packaged Underground Cables Underground Smart Grid

The replacement of overhead cables providing an electrical power with underground cables is undergrounding. This serves the significant purpose of avoiding power lines from outages due to high wind thunderstorms or heavy snowfall or ice storms…

Role of IT in Indian Power Sector

In global utilities, information technology plays a central role in best of class distribution utility as the platform for execution of business processes and the information base for decision making at operational and strategic levels. A huge investments will be required to attain global standards but given the financial position of utilities in India, this much investment is not feasible at one go. …

Thermal Imaging for Inspecting Power Lines

FLIR professional thermal imaging cameras help utility engineers catch issues in lines and equipment before they cause outages…
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