To implement smart-grid mechanism for better transmission of power and reduce pilferage in the process, PowerGrid Corporation of India (PowerGrid) has sought permission from the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC). The CERC'x permission is expected to come in a month, PowerGrid said. The project would cost around Rs 655 crore and would be completed in three years.
Accurate and timely data helps tackle two factors that affect the grid the most — uncertainties and variability. The public sector company has also joined hands with Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Mumbai to help analyse the data. Smart grid is an evolutionary process. Gradually, more technology would evolve that would prevent the grid from tripping, said a PowerGrid official. The company runs five grids — Northern, Eastern, Western, North Eastern and Southern.
While PowerGrid is ready to take up smart grid implementation across the national grids, the intra-State transmission systems have to be upgraded by the electricity distribution companies (discoms). Implementation of smart meters will cut down power outages and thefts, and consumption too can be reduced. But consumers should participate in grid management, he said.
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