Henwood releases first comprehensive power market database for India

The database incorporates all of India’s states and territories and includes an approximate installed capacity of 90,000MW. Specific components detailing generating operating characteristics include heat rates, operating costs, fuel costs, stations, transmission, pricing constraints, hourly demand by utility area, and interconnects. The electricity data for the Indian market is the first commercially available product worldwide, and allows investors to perform fundamental market analysis to support power development investments and to forecast the value of existing generation assets.

RICHARDSON, Texas, Jan. 24, 2001 (PRNewswire) – TransData announces that its MARK-V Energy Meter is available with an advanced functionality, DNP 3.0 protocol SCADA communications port for metering applications requiring a real-time SCADA interface.

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