Smart Grid Pilot Projects Under Execution in India (2013-2016)

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9.      MSEDCL, Maharashtra

Location:

Baramati Town

Project Summary:

Project proposes covering 25,629 consumers with a mix of residential, commercial and industrial consumers and input energy of 261.6 MU. The functionality of Outage management is proposed by implementing Automated Metering Infrastructure (AMI) for Residential Consumers and Industrial Consumers. In addition MSEDCL has proposed to leverage AMI for Remote connect/disconnect of customers, Monitoring the consumption pattern, Tamper detection, Contract load monitoring, Load curtailment program i.e. reduced power supply instead of no power scenario, Time of Use Metering and Dynamic and Real Time Pricing, Demand forecasting etc.

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Benefits:

–          Reduction in AT&C losses

–          Reduction in requirement of field staff through proper management of unforeseen outages

–          Improvement in reliability parameters like SAIFI, SAIDI, CAIDI etc.

–          Reduction in Meter Reading cost, bringing efficiency in meter reading etc.

Key Facts

Project Type: Smart Grid Pilot in Power Distribution Sector
Total cost of project: Rs. 28.21 Cr
MoP Share: Rs. 14.11 Cr
Funding Programme: RAPDRP, Part-C
Project timeline: 24 months
New Technology: Introduction of communication technologies like GPRS/CDMA/RF in metering environment with common protocol and near real time analytics technologies for meter analytics as well as near real time event insights coming from SCADA systems. Motorization of all feeder breakers and RMU’s is also proposed.
Website: http://www.mahadiscom.in/

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10.  CSPDCL, Chhattisgarh

Location:

Siltara – Urla area of Raipur District (Chhattisgarh State)

Project Summary:

The pilot project includes installing smart meters at 508 H.T. & L.T Industrial Consumer premises including 140 smart meters for expected load growth during the implementation phase as well as Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) at 83 DTs including 10 smart meters for expected load growth during the implementation phase. The area has around 2140.86 MU input energy consumption.  The proposed project area is not covered under RAPDRP Scheme. The functionality of Peak load management is proposed by implementing Automated Metering Infrastructure (AMI) for Industrial Consumers.

Benefits:

–          Reducing Distribution T&D losses

–          Reducing Peak load consumption through shifting of Peak Load demand to a non-peak time thereby saving UI charges

–          Reducing cost of billing

Key Facts

Project Type: Smart Grid Pilot in Power Distribution Sector
Total cost of project: Rs. 5.55 Cr
MoP Share: Rs. 2.78 Cr
Funding Programme: RAPDRP, Part-C
Project timeline: 2 years from the date of award of the contract
New Technology: Model of ToU and experimenting techniques like DR and DSM for peak load management (PLM)
Website: http://www.cseb.gov.in/cspdcl/

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