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Making grid smarter, more adaptable and responsive

The power supply surplus helps Eaton manufacturing facilities and offices to better balance the peak and off-peak load periods.
Rajiv Kumar, Director – Marketing, Electrical Sector – India, Eaton Power Quality
  Power surplus is important milestone  and to grow more the country needs to develop power infrastructure, believes Rajiv Kumar, Director – Marketing, Electrical Sector – India, Eaton Power Quality Pvt Ltd says, “This is a significant and commendable milestone for India. Having a strong power infrastructure is critical to India’s ambitious growth plans and ensuring a better quality of life for her citizens.” According to him the game changer for this transformation is a direct result of India’s strong commitment towards adding conventional and renewable energy capacity in the past several years.
Eaton’s power management products and solutions help companies use electrical power efficiently, reliably, safely and sustainably. When the company optimise power usage, it cut operating costs while creating a more sustainable ecosystem. In commercial and residential buildings, industrial machinery, heavy equipment, data centres, mining operations and utilities Eaton’s products and solutions help its Indian customers do more with less power usage thus contributing to conservation of power and ensuring power surplus.
“The power supply surplus helps Eaton manufacturing facilities and offices to better balance the peak and off-peak load periods – and minimise generator-run time – which helps us run our operations efficiency,” shares Kumar about the company’s turnaround story.
Provide solutions that makes grid smarterEaton’s electrical power management products and solutions have direct application from the power utility substation to the transformers, through the load centres and circuit breakers, all the way to the distribution boards and electrical outlets on the walls of homes and businesses. “The power infrastructure expansion plan gives Eaton an opportunity to provide solutions that enable the grid become smarter, more adaptable and responsive; power distribution to be more efficient, and to help reduce power outages, lower energy costs and improve reliability,” informs Kumar. 

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