Tata Power-DDL signs an MoU with CBIP
Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited, a pioneering power utility supplying electricity to a populace of over 7 million in North Delhi, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Central Board of Irrigation and Power (CBIP).
Mr. Subir Verma, Chief HR, IR & Health Services, Tata Power-DDL, Mr. Ganesh Srinivasan, CEO, Tata Power-DDL, Mr. AK Dinkar, Secretary, CBIP and Mr. Sanjeev Singh, Director-Energy, CBIP during the MoU signing ceremony between
NEW DELHI- Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited, a pioneering power utility supplying electricity to a populace of over 7 million in North Delhi, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Central Board of Irrigation and Power (CBIP), for conducting capacity building training for the development & impartment of Capacity Building and Skill Development of personnel in the power distribution sector.
The MoU was signed by Mr. Subir Verma, Chief HR, IR and HS, Tata Power-DDL and Mr. Sanjeev Singh, Director-Energy, CBIP in the presence of Mr. Ganesh Srinivasan, CEO, Tata Power-DDL and Mr. AK Dinkar, Secretary, CBIP at New Delhi.
The main objective of this MoU is to nurture and groom power sector professionals with the requisite skills through advanced training programs in areas like Smart Grid, Grid Automation, Electric Vehicle and Charging Infrastructure, IoT, AI & ML with Drone Technology Integration etc.
Apart from conducting combined programs including customized onsite programs and calendar training programs, Tata Power-DDL and CBIP will carry out joint research and development activities in the fields of Smart Grid Technologies, Electric Vehicle and Charging Infrastructure, Renewable Energy, Grid Integration Technologies and Cyber Security etc.
Commenting on the association, Subir Verma, Chief-HR, IR & EHS, Tata Power-DDL said, “Power Sector is undergoing a radical transformation. We, at Tata Power-DDL, are committed to strengthen the power sector ecosystem by creating a knowledge pool of talent to cater to the changing demands of the sector. We are confident that our alliance with CBIP will prove immensely beneficial for the sector professionals, and will provide a platform for knowledge sharing and continuous exchange of best practices."
The training programs under the partnership will be designed in accordance with new and emerging technologies and best practices for enhancing knowledge competency. CBIP is a knowledge bank and an exchange for dissemination of experience and technical knowledge related to Power, Water Resources and Renewable Energy Sectors.
Central Board of Irrigation and Power, is a Premier Institution set up by the Government of India in the 1927. CBIP has been rendering dedicated services to the professional organization, engineers and individuals in the country related to Power, Water Resources and Renewable Energy Sectors for the last 90 years. CBIP has grown into an eminent organization of international importance while serving the nation equally with great distinction. CBIP is Indian chapter for 10 international organizations related to Power & Water resources sectors.
Today, Central Board of Irrigation and Power presents a shining example of a pioneer organization and has enabled Indian industry to set higher benchmarks and attain international standards in excellence by creating a unique platform for growth and development of Power, water Resources and Renewable Energy Sectors.
About Tata Power DDL:
Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited is a leading power distribution company, providing world class services using Information and Operational Technology Services to a populace of 7 million in North Delhi. The company has transformed the power distribution scenario in the capital city with a record reduction in AT&C losses and advanced technology adoption across verticals. It is a Public-Private Partnership, Joint Venture Company, between Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power company, and the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi. Since privatization, the Aggregate Technical & Commercial (AT&C) losses in Tata Power-DDL areas have shown a record decline. Today, AT&C losses stand at 7% which is an unprecedented reduction of over 86% from an opening loss level of 53% in July 2002.
Apart from its core business of power distribution Tata Power-DDL is also actively involved in various consultancy projects and capacity building training programs for Power Discoms both in India as well as abroad. Tata Power-DDL established its training centre known as CENPEID [Centre for Power Efficiency Distribution] in the year 2005 and has over the years established itself as the preferred learning and development centre for the power distribution sector in the country.Read Also : BPCL adopts Innovative approach to Valorizing Bio-refinery Waste
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