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September 2017
BSES consumers save 17 MW power via Demand Response
500 consumers of BSES Yamuna Private Ltd were enrolled in the DR Project and requested to voluntarily reduce their electricity load as and when required for a financial incentive of Re 1 per unit.
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Centre tells states to cut down AT&C losses to below 10%
4,041 towns, spread across the country, were identified for implementation of various programmes, to cut down the losses in six months in the first phase.
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State to implement pilot project on power storage batteries
Andhra Pradesh Energy Minister Kimidi Kala Venkata Rao on Sunday announced that the State government would launch power storage batteries as a pilot project in one mandal each in Vizianagaram and Nellore districts.
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The emergence of demand response programs in HVAC
Demand response programs are helping savvy homeowners save energy, avoid brownouts and blackouts, and manage overall energy consumption.
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TPDDL consumers save 33.2 MW power
India enters global smart-meter race to fight utility losses
 
Tata Power-DDL consumers have accomplished saving 33.2 MW of power in one year by benefiting from the company’s numerous energy conservation schemes.
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India enters global smart-meter race to fight utility losses
India enters global smart-meter race to fight utility losses
 
Smart meters represent a possible gamechanger by handing power distribution companies the ability to address billing inefficiencies. EESL to conduct tender for 5 million smart meters.
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Centre moves to prune power bill, use savings to light up poor homes
The finance ministry's expenditure department made it compulsory for all Central government buildings to use energy efficient lighting and cooling appliances to reduce power consumption.
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Events
 
29th November - 1st December 2017
Jaipur, Rajasthan
 
Conclave includes papers on DSM & Utilities
EV Spotlight
NTPC seeks licence to set up charging stations for electric vehicles
India’s largest power generation utility is seeking a pan-India licence as it will help scale up its EV charging business rapidly in the face of emerging competition.
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Tata Power launches electric vehicle charging facility
Tata Power's aim is to build a network to make it easier for people to adopt electric vehicles and be future ready.
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Electric cars, buses to drive power sector
Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) is looking to set up charging stations for electric vehicles in major cities.
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Getting the most out of vehicle electrification for both customers and the grid
US industry perspective:
If managed well, electric vehicles present a massive opportunity for utilities to invest productive capital into the distribution system.
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