GE T&D India Ltd, part of GE’s grid solutions business in India, today announced it has bagged a Rs 150 crore order from Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Prasaran Nigam (RRVPNL) for modernisation of its power grid network.
The technology-driven project is part of the power utility’s roadmap – called Smart Transmission Network and Asset Management System (STNAMS) — to implement grid initiatives and augmenting renewable energy in the state.
Renewable sources account for around 34 per cent of Rajasthan’s total installed power generation capacity of 21.6 Gw. The state is planning to increase solar and wind generation capacity to 14.3 Gw by 2022 which requires remote monitoring and grid stability.
The company said in a statement its Advanced Energy Management System (AEMS) will enable the utility to alter production levels based on demand. Read More
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