India Case Studies: Transition to Smart Grid

Event: Smart Grid Technologies and Implications for Inclusive Development in Sri Lanka

India Case Studies: Transition to Smart Grid

04 April 2018
Author / Speaker: 
Atul Bali, Government of India - Other materials by the author
Tippor Roy Pdah, Meghalaya Power Distribution Corporation Limited - Other materials by the author

Read about the energy sector in India and how its development is supported by ADB’s portfolio. Learn about mainstreamed interventions on gender equality and social inclusion in the country’s energy sector.

This session discusses the Government of India’s program piloting 14 smart grid projects in state utilities and highlights useful examples which include consumer awareness initiatives and public-private partnership models with implications for social development. It also describes the ongoing challenge of bridging rural electrification gaps and potential smart grid solutions in the State of Meghalaya.

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