Alstom to lead Smart Grid pilot in India

 Alstom T&D India has been selected to lead the smart grid pilot project by Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board Limited (HPSEBL). This pilot project will be located at the Kala Amb industrial area of Himachal Pradesh in northern India and will serve over 1,500 consumers.
Alstom will design, develop and implement an integrated set of smart grid applications targeting power quality issues, managing peak demand, power outages and limiting violations at distribution network nodes. Alstom’s solution will be based on its e-terra distribution 3.0 – a fully Integrated Distribution Management System (IDMS). The e-terra distribution 3.0 is the industry’s first completely integrated and most advanced suite of SCADA, Distribution Management System (DMS), and Outage Management System (OMS) applications. Alstom will lead this project along with Genus Power Infrastructure Ltd and a few other OEM equipment suppliers.
This will be the second out of fourteen projects under the Indian Ministry of Power’s flagship “Smart Grid Pilot” programme. The Kala Amb smart grid pilot project will act as a proof of concept to further strengthen the information technology system in place, to make the distribution grid cost-effective, responsive and better engineered for reliability and self-healing operations.
The smart grid solution aims to enhance the monitoring and automation of two distribution substations feeding Kala Amb. It will collect data from a new installed smart metering infrastructure and grid sensors, including power transformer condition monitoring.

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Alstom to lead Smart Grid pilot in India

 Alstom T&D India has been selected to lead the smart grid pilot project by Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board Limited (HPSEBL). This pilot project will be located at the Kala Amb industrial area of Himachal Pradesh in northern India and will serve over 1,500 consumers.
Alstom will design, develop and implement an integrated set of smart grid applications targeting power quality issues, managing peak demand, power outages and limiting violations at distribution network nodes. Alstom’s solution will be based on its e-terra distribution 3.0 – a fully Integrated Distribution Management System (IDMS). The e-terra distribution 3.0 is the industry’s first completely integrated and most advanced suite of SCADA, Distribution Management System (DMS), and Outage Management System (OMS) applications. Alstom will lead this project along with Genus Power Infrastructure Ltd and a few other OEM equipment suppliers.
This will be the second out of fourteen projects under the Indian Ministry of Power’s flagship “Smart Grid Pilot” programme. The Kala Amb smart grid pilot project will act as a proof of concept to further strengthen the information technology system in place, to make the distribution grid cost-effective, responsive and better engineered for reliability and self-healing operations.
The smart grid solution aims to enhance the monitoring and automation of two distribution substations feeding Kala Amb. It will collect data from a new installed smart metering infrastructure and grid sensors, including power transformer condition monitoring.

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