Servotech concluded the smart-grid system at Shivalik Grid in Malviya Nagar, which will reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 115 tonnes per year. The project, which was part of the Indo-German Solar Partnership Project (IGSEP), can produce 1.5 lakh units of clean energy per year and can provide a steady supply of clean energy from solar and stored battery energy, protecting against outages for up to two hours. This state-of-the-art intervention is a power sector revolution that should be implemented on a broader scale. It will help to stabilise the power system during periods of heavy electricity demand by dispersing the load efficiently. The power grid generates electricity with solar panels and features 460 kilowatt-hour high-capacity energy storage batteries. The grid is made up of solar panels with a peak capacity of 100 kilowatts, which is the maximum rate at which the panels can generate electricity.
The technology will primarily assist the Delhi Electrical Regulatory Commission (DERC) and other electricity customers in the area. The project intends to achieve the following goals: decongestion of the LT network, increased power system dependability, energy time shifting (peak load management), and distribution transformer loading management.