Enel Group’s affiliate, Gridspertise, has signed two Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (Tata Power-DDL) to help accelerate the digital transformation of power distribution grids in India.
The agreements were announced by Antonio Cammisecra, Head of Enel Grids, at the India Italy Business Roundtable held in New Delhi.
One of the MoUs aims to speed up the digitalization and automation of secondary substations and sees Tata Power-DDL joining Gridspertise’s co-creation program to develop new applications for the all-in-one Quantum Edge® Device.
The second MoU involves testing and evaluating Gridspertise’s latest metering technology in the Tata Power-DDL network.
Enel Green Power, a significant presence in India since 2015, owns wind farms and a solar photovoltaic power plant, and has been awarded a wind project in the state of Karnataka.
Enel Grids, the Group’s business line dedicated to electricity distribution service, delivers electricity through a network of around 2 million kilometers to approximately 73 million end-users.
Gridspertise is a carve-out of Enel’s over 20 years of experience in developing smart grid technologies and works with more than 50 Distribution System Operators globally.