Conventional Power

With installed capacity GW size electrical generators, the deficit is always in the tune of 10% or so for most of the countries and shall require sync between incremental increase of the per capita electricity consumption, new capacity addition and increased population and industrialisation.

Critical terms in the conventional power production are the higher value of CO2 emissions and shortage of the fuel (Coal, Diesel and Gas).

Proximity plays an important role for production and end usage points plays a role of capital deployment and requirement of the efficient electrical infrastructure with cost optimization.

Improper management and lack of analytics shall lead for the unexpected situations like ‘Cascading Effects’ and ‘Black Outs’.

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