Tata Power extends islanding system to Haldia

 Tata Power, has constantly strived towards and is proud to live up to its founder’s dream of being able to provide cheap, abundant and uninterrupted power. Having successfully implemented its ‘Islanding System’ in Mumbai and Jamshedpur to protect customers and equipping them with reliable, uninterrupted power, the Company has now extended this innovative concept to the city of Haldia as recent grid failures in recent past have created severe consequences.
The objective of this initiative is to maintain a continuous supply of electricity to the loads in Haldia during a grid failure. Following this implementation, the Tata Power generating units will survive and quick restoration of the grid will be possible by procuring start-up power from the generators. The Islanding System is the core of reliable power supply to any city which assures an uninterrupted source of power. In case of breakdowns in the grid, the Islanding System automatically isolates itself from the rest of the grid and ensures that generating units continue to function. For example, during the national grid failure in June 2012, cities across India witnessed power failure whereas Tata Power’s Islanding System ensured that Mumbai had an uninterrupted supply of power.
This system was pioneered by Tata Power and developed in consultation with West Bengal State Electricity Transmission Company (WBSETCL) and West Bengal State Load Despatch Center (WBSLDC) and approved by Eastern Regional Power Committee (ERPC).

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Tata Power extends islanding system to Haldia

 Tata Power, has constantly strived towards and is proud to live up to its founder’s dream of being able to provide cheap, abundant and uninterrupted power. Having successfully implemented its ‘Islanding System’ in Mumbai and Jamshedpur to protect customers and equipping them with reliable, uninterrupted power, the Company has now extended this innovative concept to the city of Haldia as recent grid failures in recent past have created severe consequences.
The objective of this initiative is to maintain a continuous supply of electricity to the loads in Haldia during a grid failure. Following this implementation, the Tata Power generating units will survive and quick restoration of the grid will be possible by procuring start-up power from the generators. The Islanding System is the core of reliable power supply to any city which assures an uninterrupted source of power. In case of breakdowns in the grid, the Islanding System automatically isolates itself from the rest of the grid and ensures that generating units continue to function. For example, during the national grid failure in June 2012, cities across India witnessed power failure whereas Tata Power’s Islanding System ensured that Mumbai had an uninterrupted supply of power.
This system was pioneered by Tata Power and developed in consultation with West Bengal State Electricity Transmission Company (WBSETCL) and West Bengal State Load Despatch Center (WBSLDC) and approved by Eastern Regional Power Committee (ERPC).

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