Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL), a power distribution company (DISCOM), will soon start its ambitious project to install smart meters covering all its 1,600,000 consumers in Delhi.
The DISCOM is set to install smart meters and also launch a mobile app for consumers to access real time energy consumption, per a Press Trust of India (PTI) report. The company is bearing the whole cost of the smart meters, with no added cost to consumers for installation of smart meters.
In the first phase, two lakh smart meters would be installed in north and north-west Delhi in the next one year. Five lakh meters are planned to be installed in the next two years. In the third phase, all 16 lakh consumers will be covered by 2025, a spokesperson of Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL) told PTI. Read More
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