With an aim to get more accurate demand forecast, Delhi’s power discom BSES has employed ‘predictive learning’ technique, making use of a vast data spanned over 10 long years, The Indian Express reported.
A few months back, the power discom company which is a joint venture of Reliance Infrastructure Limited and the Delhi government began using a third-party software for the same purpose a few months back, The Indian Express reporte citing an unidentified official.
The peak power demand in the national capital can escalate up to 4800 MW, the company said. It had peaked at 4511 MW in the last year. The respective peak demands were 4168 and 4125 MW In 2016 and 2015. Read More
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