Success Story: Industrial Energy Management and SLDC integration over OPGW

It is accepted that industrial activity and the power sector are closely related. Industries use electricity supplied by Utilities through the grid network to power economic activity. While some industries use co-generation (as described in a previous blog) to power their operations, co-generation is not always viable.  In a previous blog post, we reviewed the …

FLISR Technology for Minimising Power Outages and Improving Network Reliability

Distribution Utilities are obligated to reliably provide round-the-clock electricity to their consumers. With increasingly complex electricity networks, a result of rising energy demand and bi-directional flow of electricity due to increasing use of low carbon energy resources (wind, solar, etc.), Utilities must enhance system reliability for consistent 24x7 power to end customers. While faults and …

Cogeneration Power Plants Integration with State Load Despatch Centre

Cogeneration is typically defined as the sequential generation of two different forms of energy from a single energy source (Bureau of Energy Efficiency). This energy source can be fossil fuel or a renewable resource such as biomass. Cogeneration power plants have been in operation for quite some time in India. These power plants are used …

Success Story: Deploying an Energy Management System at a Distribution Utility

In our previous blog we spoke on an ambitious initiative by the Government to ensure financial viability of DISCOMs, we noted the considerable gap between cost incurred and revenue earned by DISCOMs. The losses made by DISCOMs has a domino effect on the entire value chain in the power sector, as evidenced by the dues …

Thinking Beyond OEMs for Substation Automation

When it comes to ensuring a reliable and uninterrupted supply of electricity, Substation Automation Systems (SAS) play a crucial role in efficiently managing the rapidly increasing electricity grid networks. While Substation Automation Systems (SAS) have evolved over the last few years, SAS projects are still considered complex executions that warrant the need for expert SAS …

Success Story: Optimizing Distributed Wind Power Assets’ Data

Overview Ever since India deregulated power generation in 1991 and power transmission in 1998, it has witnessed a steady influx of private Power Companies eager to set up power plants across the country. Our client, a major private Wind Power Producer, had established a large distributed asset base of 100+ Wind Parks across India with …

FAQs at Elecrama 2020

Continuing our decades' old tradition of showcasing state-of-the-art T&M instruments at subsequent Elecrama events year-after-year, this year too, SCOPE presented advanced T&M and Protection solutions at Elecrama 2020. Over the course of 5 days of the event, 700+ dignitaries from diverse verticals visited our booth to get an in-depth understanding of our wide range of …