The India Asset Performance Management Project, Tata Power is a smart grid project located in India.
The India Asset Performance Management Project, Tata Power was completed using smart grid as the technology category. It is an advanced grid infrastructure project with a rated capacity of 8,000MW. It is implemented in the manufacturing facility/factory/plant.
The smart grid project is owned by The Tata Power and developed by GE Power India.
The Tata Power has partnered with GE Power India to construct and complete the India Asset Performance Management Project, Tata Power.
– GE will help Tata Power reduce its operating costs, improve maintenance planning and increase the reliability of its power plants
– GE’s APM solutions will be applied across approximately 8GW of Tata Power’s thermal and renewables capacity in India, helping to power around 2 million people more efficiently
– First implementation of GE’s Predix Asset Performance Management (APM) solutions in India will be the backbone of Tata Power’s Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) digitization strategy.
About GE Power India
GE Power India Ltd (GE Power), formerly ALSTOM India Ltd, is a manufacturer and supplier of power generation and transmission equipment. It carries out a range of activities such as engineering, procurement, project management, manufacturing, construction and supply of power plants. It offers power equipment such as steam power systems such as boilers, mills and environment control systems; and hydro power plant solutions. The company also provides gas power systems and power automation controls; and offers power services such as parts supply and repairs, overhauling, and refurbishment, and erection and commissioning. It owns production facilities and engineering technology centers in India. The company operates as a subsidiary of General Electric Co. GE Power is headquartered in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India.
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