This newly launched solution will facilitate advanced monitoring, analysis and improve control and planning operations, enabling TPDDL to enhance the reliability, safety, and efficiency of Delhi’s distribution network.
GE Power’s grid solutions business has launched a first-of-its-kind Advanced Distribution Management Solution (ADMS) in India in collaboration with Tata Power Delhi Distribution (TPDDL).
The project has been executed by GE T&D India which is the listed entity of GE Power Grid Solutions in India.
Further, this newly launched solution will facilitate advanced monitoring, analysis and improve control and planning operations, enabling TPDDL to enhance the reliability, safety, and efficiency of Delhi’s distribution network.
Moreover, the system is set to benefit over 7 million people living in the north and west part of Delhi, an area that experiences a peak load of more than 1,850 MW.
On the occasion of the launch of ADMS, TPDDL, CEO, Sanjay Banga said, “The new ADMS in collaboration with GE will enable us to further improve on our service and help us in achieving our objective of providing world class quality power supply to our consumers.”
GE Power said that for it’s team this is a major milestone as it is the first project in India with an integrated GIS – DMS – OMS. The system integrates Smallworld GIS with GE’s ADMS using standard adaptors.
“Our partnership with Tata Power-DDL is a key initiative in their consistent pursuit of providing best-in-class services to the people of Delhi. With the addition of ADMS technology, Tata Power-DDL will further strengthen Delhi’s distribution system in terms of network reliability and efficiency,” said Sunil Wadhwa, Regional Leader, GE Power’s Grid Solutions business, South Asia and MD, GE T&D India.
This solution will also help TPDDL towards the implementation of the smart grid, electric vehicle charging infrastructure, battery storage solutions and integration of rooftop solar by monitoring the load patterns and availability of power supply.