Tata Power-DDL Friday joined hands with European firms Enedis, Schneider Electric, Odit-e and VaasaETT to implement a 1-megawatt smart grid demonstration project in the national capital, which would be insulated from any blackout in the main grid.
This microgrid will cater to a specific area which could be connected to main grid or can be at an isolated place. It will help store and supply renewable energy generation in the area and insulate the area from any outage or fluctuation in the main grid.
The project is planned to start in May this year and is expected to be completed by October 2022. “In common parlance, this microgrid is in a way islanding of specific area for power supply. Read More
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