Amit Prasad

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Presentation given by Amit Prasad, Director of Smart Grid, New Delhi Municipal Council on August 3rd, 2011 at eWorld Forum (www.eworldforum.net) in the session Urban Governance and Infrastructure

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  • One way communication – consumer – meter read. Transformers and cables – no real time information; consumption – no real time information
  • Meter at homes are not meters but switches which can be disconnected or heavy loads can be shut down. They will provide pricing at that hour. So you can schedule heavy loads for different times.Devices will have to communicated with. They can talk to each other. IN other words- devices will be computer like.
  • Amit Prasad

    1. 1. Towards Smarter Grid<br />NDMC<br />
    2. 2. Overview of NDMC<br /> Introduction<br />New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) was established by the New Delhi Municipal Council Act, 1994. With responsibility over an area of 42.74 square kilometres, NDMC is smallest among the three local bodies in National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT); <br />Municipal Corporation of Delhi (1397.3 sq.km.) and Delhi Cantonment Board (43 sq. km) being the other two. <br />The NDMC area comprises the territory that has been described as Lutyen‟s Delhi and has historically come to be regarded as the seat of central authority in the Union of India. <br />This area includes the seat of the Central Government, RashtrapatiBhavan, the Prime Minister’s office and residence, Central Government offices, Foreign Missions, residences of Ministers, Members of Parliament, Diplomats and Central Government employees. <br />The Government of India is nearly the sole landowner and owns about 80 per cent of the buildings in the NDMC area. Private ownership of property in this area is marginal. In view of this unique setup, the area under NDMC has special characteristics, vulnerabilities, and requirements from security point of view.<br />
    3. 3. NDMC Vision<br />NDMC resolves to intensify its efforts in providing better civic services to the citizens and a multitude of visiting patrons from all over the country and overseas. Otherobjectives before NDMC are to improve quality of life provide social and communitywelfare amenities with public, private participation- with special emphasis onpromotion of art & culture, environmental improvement, cleaning & greeningcampaigns to serve as a show window of "A Model Well-Planned Metropolitan City".<br />
    4. 4. Electricity – need to use and manage wisely<br />Preferred form of energy<br />Quality and reliability issues are now important<br />In view of rising concerns for environment a shift is sweeping the transmission and distribution sectors<br />It is important to reduce consumption of fossil fuel electricity and encourage use of alternative energy sources<br />Need to improve efficiency of the grid using IT<br />
    5. 5. Today's GRID<br />Fragmented and Compartmentalized<br />One way communication<br />Concentrated generation<br />Utility Centric<br />Carbon intensive<br />
    6. 6. Future Smart Grid<br />Highly interconnected and integrated<br />Two way communication<br />Distributed generation<br />Consumer centric<br />Cleaner and Greener<br />Peak load management using differential pricing<br />
    7. 7. NDMC<br />Established in 1994<br />Area – 42.74 sq km<br />Primarily Lutyens Delhi<br />Number of consumers – 70423<br />Peak Demand – 316 MW(2009)<br />Revenue Collection (2009) – 527 Crores for about 901 MU.<br />AT&C losses – 13.03% (2009) <br />
    8. 8. Energy Sales(2009)<br />
    9. 9. Network Infrastructure Assets<br />
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    13. 13. Smart Grid<br />
    14. 14. Intervention Area<br />
    15. 15. Intervention Area<br />
    16. 16. Intervention Area<br />
    17. 17. Technology Strategy<br />
    18. 18. Roadmap<br />
    19. 19. Risk Factors<br />
    20. 20. Risk Factors<br />
    21. 21. Ongoing Initiatives in NDMC<br />Operational Automation Systems Project:-<br />1. Asset Management System<br />2. Meter Data Management<br />3. Load Analysis System<br />4. Energy Accounting System<br />5. Forecast System<br />6. Profile and settlement System (ABT)<br />7. Billing and Customer Care System<br />8. Electric Network Management System<br />9. Mobile Work Force Management System<br />System Strengthening and Automation<br />SCADA implementation<br />Construction, augmentation and renovation of 66 and 33 kV substations<br />
    22. 22. Energy Conservation and Efficiency<br />NDMC is implementing energy conservation and efficiency measures throughout its distribution area with focus on the following.<br />1. Energy efficient LED lighting fixtures for public lighting systems<br />2. Installation of solar water-heating systems at NDMC buildings, hospitals, and flats<br />3. Promotion of usage of energy-efficient appliances among NDMC consumers<br />
    23. 23. Thanks<br />Amit Prasad<br />Director(IT)<br />NDMC<br />

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