The urgent power system needs in India are not necessarily the same as those in advanced industrialized countries. The same goes for the most important power system constraints. Generally, not all smart grid technologies are equally relevant worldwide. In India, the really useful technologies will be those that help constrain peak demand and peak load growth at reasonable cost while cutting losses.
What the Smart Grid Means-and Doesn't Mean-for India
Posted: 11 Jul 2011
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