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Remote-operated grid station commissioned at Bawana

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New Delhi , Dec. 8

NORTH Delhi Power Ltd (NDPL) today commissioned Delhi's first 66-kV remote-operated, unmanned Grid Station at Bawana.

According to a company release, the NDPL Bawana Clear Water Grid is fully remote-controlled and would be operated through radio frequency from NDPL's Power System Control located at Ranibagh.

On the occasion, Delhi's Power and Transport Minister, Mr Haroon Yusuf, said, "The NDPL Bawana Clear Water Grid is yet another milestone achieved by NDPL and will go a long way in further improving the reliability and quality of power supply in areas of Bawana and Narela. I commend NDPL for the improvement it has made to the power situation in North & North West Delhi by strengthening its network and deploying consumer friendly practices."

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