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OVERVIEW
WHAT IS SMART GRID?
NEED OF SMART GRID IN INDIAN CONTEXT.
SMART GRID ATTRIBUTES.
INDIAN GOVERNMENT INTIATIVE TOWARDS SMART GRID
SMART GRID PROJECTS IN INDIA.
INDIAN GOVT. APPROVED PROJECTS.
PRESENT STATUS OF PROJECTS
BARRIERS TO SMART GRID IMPLEMETATION
LAYOUT OF SMARTGRID
CONCLUSION
REFRERENCES

OVERVIEW
WHAT IS SMART GRID?
NEED OF SMART GRID IN INDIAN CONTEXT.
SMART GRID ATTRIBUTES.
INDIAN GOVERNMENT INTIATIVE TOWARDS SMART GRID
SMART GRID PROJECTS IN INDIA.
INDIAN GOVT. APPROVED PROJECTS.
PRESENT STATUS OF PROJECTS
BARRIERS TO SMART GRID IMPLEMETATION
LAYOUT OF SMARTGRID
CONCLUSION
REFRERENCES

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  1. 1. PRESENTED BY PRATHEEKA PRATAP S7 EEE ROLL NO : 30 10/18/20161 SMART GRID IN INDIA GUIDE : Mr.SREEHARI S Asst. professor EEE Dept. ASIET
  2. 2. OVERVIEW 10/18/20162 •WHAT IS SMART GRID? •NEED OF SMART GRID IN INDIAN CONTEXT. •SMART GRID ATTRIBUTES. •INDIAN GOVERNMENT INTIATIVE TOWARDS SMART GRID •SMART GRID PROJECTS IN INDIA. •INDIAN GOVT. APPROVED PROJECTS. •PRESENT STATUS OF PROJECTS •BARRIERS TO SMART GRID IMPLEMETATION •LAYOUT OF SMARTGRID •CONCLUSION •REFRERENCES
  3. 3. WHAT IS SMART GRID? 10/18/20163  It is a power system architecture that permits two way communication between the grid and essentially all devices that connect to it.  Under smart grid model traditional generation still has a large role, but it is augmented by distributed generation in the form of wind ,solar and various other customer- owned generation sources that not only generate electricity for end customers, but can also sell electricity back to utility
  4. 4. CONTD… 10/18/20164
  5. 5. 10/18/20165 Economics Cost Saving from peak load reduction Reduce Operational & Maintenance Cost Reduce Industrial Consumer cost Services Improved reliability & Power quality Reduction in AT&C losses Efficient Power delivery Improved Grid security Demand side management and Demand response Environmental Reduction in CO2 Emission and Green House Effect Increase the penetration of clean energy with renewables Consumer participation in Energy Conservation NEED OF SMART GRID IN INDIAN CONTEXT
  6. 6. SMART GRID : ATTRIBUTES 10/18/20166 • Renewable & Micro Grid Smart Generation • Integration of Renewable Energy sources • Synchrophasor Technology: Placement of PMUs, PDCs, Analytics Smart Transmission • Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) • Outage Management System (OMS) • Peak Load Management (PLM) • Power Quality Management (PQM) • Electric Vehicles (EVs) Smart Distribution
  7. 7. INDIAN GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES TOWARD A SMART GRID 10/18/20167 India Smart Grid Task Force (ISGTF)  The Government of India formed the India Smart Grid Task Force in 2010 as an inter-ministerial group  It is a body composed of officials from different government departments .  Major functions of the ISGTF are: a. Ensure awareness, coordination, and integration of diverse activities related to smart grid technologies b. Promote practices and services for R&D of smart grids c. Coordinate and integrate other relevant intergovernmental activities d. Collaborate on an interoperability framework e. Review and validate recommendations from ISGF.
  8. 8. 10/18/20168 India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF)  The Government of India also formulated the India Smart Grid Forum in 2010 as a non- profit, voluntary consortium of public and private stakeholders .  Prime objective is development of smart grid technologies in the Indian power sector.  Goal is to make it more efficient, cost-effective, innovative and scalable manner by bringing together all the key stakeholders and enabling technologies.  The India Smart Grid Forum will coordinate and cooperate with relevant global and Indian bodies to leverage global experience and standards where ever available or helpful, and will highlight any gaps in the same from an Indian perspective.
  9. 9. Distribution Reform, Upgrades, and Management (DRUM) 10/18/20169  The Ministry of Power, Government of India, and the U.S. Agency for International Development(USAID)–India jointly designed the Distribution Reform, Upgrades and Management (DRUM) Project.  Purpose -demonstrating “the best commercial and technological practices that improve the quality and reliability of 'last mile' power distribution in selected urban and rural distribution circles in the country.  The overall programmatic goal of the DRUM Project is to demonstrate commercially viable electricity distribution systems that provide reliable power of sufficient quality to consumers.
  10. 10. 10/18/201610 Re-Structured Accelerated Power Development and Reforms Program (R-APDRP)  Ministry of Power, Govt. of India, as a part of Reforms in the Power Sector, has launched the RAPDRP in the Five year Plan.  The focus of the program is on the actual demonstrable performance in terms of AT&C loss reduction.  Establishment of the reliable and automated sustainable systems for collection of base line data,  Adoption of information technology in the areas of electricity accounting, Consumer care and strengthening of Distribution network of State Power Utilities.
  11. 11. 10/18/201611 Fig 1 :Information flow and hierarchy diagram of the ISGTF and the ISGF
  12. 12. SMART GRID PROJECTS IN INDIA 10/18/201612 Fig 2: IEEE PES power and energy society
  13. 13. CONTD… 10/18/201613  Functionalities covered under these projects are AMI, PQM, OMS, PLM, and DG.  All selected 14 Projects involve installation of Smart Meters for the purpose of reduction in distribution losses and reliability improvement 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 PQM AMI OMS PLM DG No:ofprojects functionalities Fig 3:IEEE PES power and energy society
  14. 14. GOVT. OF INDIAAPPROVED PROJECTS 10/18/201614
  15. 15. CONTD… 10/18/201615
  16. 16. 10/18/201616 CONTD…
  17. 17. Other smart grid projects 10/18/201617  Smart Grid Research Laboratory, CPRI, Bangalore, India  The aim of this project is to establish Smart Grid Research Laboratory comprising of Smart Grid Technology Centre (SGTC) and Interoperability Laboratory .  AMI Project, TATA Powers Mumbai  The project includes deployment of Advanced Metering Infrastructure  Smart Grid Pilot project for Indiranagar, Bangalore by BESCOM  This project involves implementation of the latest technology in the power supply system and enables it to withstand very high-speed cyclones, with wind speed of upto 350-kmph
  18. 18. 10/18/201618 Chhatrapur Smart Grid Pilot Project  A Smart Grid pilot project covering 5800+ consumers is being taken up with State Government funding at Chhatrapur in Odessa. The DPR for the project has been prepared. 9 Battery Energy Storage demonstration projects  Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd (PGCIL) has floated a tender for 3 demonstration projects on grid connected battery energy storage. The technologies specified are: (i) Lithium Iron Batteries, (ii) Advanced Lead Acid Batteries, and (iii) Flow Batteries or Sodium Sulphur Batteries. The capacity envisaged is 500kW & 250 kWH.
  19. 19. Present status of projects 10/18/201619
  20. 20. CONTD… 10/18/201620
  21. 21. CONTD… 10/18/201621
  22. 22. Barriers to Smart Grid Implementation 10/18/201622
  23. 23. 10/18/201623 Hyderabad Smart Grid project Fig 4:outline of Hyderabad project
  24. 24. CONCLUSIONS 10/18/201624 Indian Experience with Smart Grid Applications •Introduction of Advanced Measuring Infrastructure (AMI) for remote, regular & reliable reading •Electricity consumption reading and through real time monitoring suggesting demand forecasting, peak load management, and management of dynamic tariff . •Enabling of Remote connect / disconnect that facilitate the enabling of partial (individual / group of consumers) rather than feeder level outage remotely •Implementing outage management system and integration of distributed generation •Improvement in the power quality, reliability of power supply, Network Control management etc.
  25. 25. REFERENCES 10/18/201625  India Smart Grid Forum [ONLINE] Available: http://www.indiasmartgrid.com  Government of India, Ministry of Power [ONLINE] Available: http://www.powermin.nic.in  [1]Sinha, A.; Neogi, S.; Lahiri, R.N.; Chowdhury, S.;  Chowdhury, S.P.; Chakraborty, N.; , "Smart grid  initiative for power distribution utility in India," IEEE  Power and Energy Society General Meeting, 2011 , vol.,  no., pp.1-8, 24-29 July 2011  [2]“The Green Grid: Energy Savings and Carbon  “Report on 18th Electric Power Survey of India” , Central Electricity  Authority (CEA),MoP Govt of India, Dec. 2011  “State of Renewable Energy in India – A citizen’s Report”, Center for  Science and Environment
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