Power officials from all over the country who gathered in Ranchi for a two-day national meet on ‘Regulatory Framework In Electricity Industry in India’ stressed that new IT initiatives like prepaid meters and relevant regulations were needed to be put in place to ensure viability and grid discipline for uninterrupted power for all.
Officials from Power System Operation Corporation (PSOC) New Delhi, Central Electricity Authority, Solar Energy Corporation of India, NTPC, IIT Kanpur, Jharkhand Bijli Vitaran Nigam Limited, Jharkhand Urja Sancharan Limited, Power Grid, National Power Training Institute, Teesta Urja, Jharkhand State Electricity Regulatory Authority, Eastern Region Load Despatch Centre and Tenughat Vidyut Nigam Limited.
The two-day meet will attempt to draw up a regulatory framework for the power sector in India, mechanisms for renewable energy generation and grid integration, smart grid policies, power demand forecasting and grid discipline. The conference is being jointly organized by National Power Training Institute, JBVNL and PSOC. Read More
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