New Delhi, Aug 18: The Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited and Siemens Limited on Tuesday introduced the deployment of 'sensible metering expertise' for over 2 lakh sensible metres in north Delhi.
“The state-of-the-art EnergyIP Meter Data Management (MDM) system, installed and commissioned by Siemens, enables timely and accurate collection of electricity metre data leading to increased visibility of the consumer network and reduction in carbon emissions,” the Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited stated in an announcement.
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"In partnership with Siemens, we have further strengthened the energy distribution network in our area of operation by leveraging the state-of-the-art technologies. The digital technologies have enabled us to monitor critical functions of energy distribution in real-time, resulting in higher operational efficiency and productivity, and have proven invaluable during the COVID-19 pandemic,” a statement quoting Ganesh Srinivasan, CEO, Tata Power-DDL said.
The company further stated that the technologies will help in ensuring more efficient and uninterrupted power supply for its consumers.
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This implementation will also help the consumers in real-time consumption monitoring and better energy usage management while also providing them outage and low power factor alerts, it noted.
Tata Power-DDL, a joint venture between Tata Power and the Government of NCT of Delhi, distributes electricity in north Delhi and serves a populace of 7 million.
Siemens' technologies support them to achieve their ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) targets of energy efficiency, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, and improved safety for employees and the public.
"We take nice delight in partnering with Tata Power-DDL within the digitalisation of the power distribution networks. Our goal is to empower our prospects to grasp their digital transformation and sustainability challenges with our applied sciences.
“The implementation of Superior Metering Infrastructure (AMI) is aligned to the Smart Meter Nationwide Programme and can play a key position within the deployment of Smart Grids throughout the nation," Robert H Ok Demann, Head, Smart Infrastructure, Siemens Limited stated.
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