Highlights of 2017

2000+ Participants | 50+ Utilities | 206 Speakers | 51 Countries | 200+ International Delegates | 40+ Exhibitors | 400+ Organizational Participants | 40+ Supporting Partners | 50+ Media Participants | 64 Technical Papers

Shortlisted Abstracts of Technical Papers

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Title of Technical Paper

Author Name

1

Risk & Analytics: What utilities can learn from Wall Street

Mike Rowling

2

Implementation of AI in Customer Service

Deepak Ojha

3

Three fundamental pillars for a robust and Mission Critical IoT communications network

Deepak Naik

4

Evaluation of Technologies for smart Microgrid protection schemes

Karthik Vagicharla

5

Robotic Inspection of High Voltage Transmission Lines under Live Condition

Anshul Mittal

6

Implementation of WebGIS in MSETCL on BHUVAN Platform

Vishal Jagannath Waghchaure

7

Advancement in Inverter Technology for enabling Smart Grid applications and optimization for Renewable Energy-based electrical grid

Abilash E T

8

Anomaly Detection in Smart Grid Operation

Moreshwar Salpekar

9

IoT for Indian Power Sector (Under theme of Technology Trends)

Rakesh Kumar Goyal

10

Developing Responsible Innovation Systems

Yvo Thomas Anton Hunink

11

Digital Utility-Advance Distribution Management System

Tarun Bhardwaj

12

communication solutions for smart cities and smart grids

Achal Jain

13

Digital Utility

Gagandeep Kaur

14

Using blockchain to bring techno commercial viability to microgrids

Kopal Agarwal

15

Managing Generation Regulation with the help of Closed Loop AGC System in Multi-Area Grid Control System: Pilot Implementation of Close Loop AGC at NLDC for NTPC Dadri Stage II

Kiran K Rasane

16

Innovative methods and new technology in urban research – an interdisciplinary reflection on the 'action camera'-approach

Borgmann, Katharina M.

17

Iot and machine learning based smart microgrid system for railway station

Pravesh Kumar Tejan

18

Decentralised Energy Grid using Blockchain

Krishit Arora

19

Disruptive Innovations for Utilities

Sanjeev Seth

20

Blockchain for E&U

Ajit Tawde

21

Solving DuckCurve Problem due to Solar Integration, using Blockchain Technology

Aurabind Pal

22

UEIC (Utility excavation information center), UEIC mobile app & common patrolling for all utilities and authorities

Robin Giri

23

Digitalization- A New Frontier for Power Generation OEMs in After-sales Services

Pooja Ranjan

24

To Design Machine Learning Based System For Predictive Maintenance Of Smart Grid

Dr. Yogita Thakran

25

Utilization of UAV for Overhead Transmission Line monitoring- Used cases in TATA Power

Bhrigu K Nath

26

Artificial Intelligence & Internet of Things (IoT) Applications in Smart grid

Viney Gupta

27

Degradation of Organic pollutants in drinking water by non-thermal plasma

Dr. Uwe Kaltenborn

28

Optimisation of Nearest Charging Station Route Generation & EV Scheduling for charging/discharging using Dynamic programming

Nikita Seth Gaba

29

EV Charging Infrastructure for charging the Electric Vehicles

Omprakash Upadhyay

30

Setting Standards – Perspectives for Future Energy Grids

Sebastian Kosslers

31

Roadmap to electric mobility in India: lessons from the U.S. experience

Kartikeya Singh

32

Life cycle cost assessment of electric bus scenario for Ahmedabad

Anal Sheth

33

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure for India: A Review and Motivational Study

Iyappan S

34

Estimating effect of Electric Vehicles on Indian grid system and identifying consequent opportunities

Nisarg Suthar

35

A Review on Renewable Energy Based Electric Vehicle Charging Station

Brijendra Kumar Verma

36

Macro-Level Methodology and Assessment of Grid Impacts from Battery-Electric Vehicles and Opportunities for India’s Energy and Power Sector

Girish Ghatikar

37

Electric vehicle developments in India- case study with impact of electric vehicle deployments in a city in India

Aravindakshan Ramanan

38

Determining the suitable time slabs for enabling the demand response of the commercial fleet owners through a subsidized tariffs, via suitably located charging points & also developing a case for such specialized service offerings for the utilities in Gandhinagar.

Shivendra Surywanshi

39

Smart Charging of Electric Vehicles In Grid-to-Vehicle Network.

Harshit Anand

40

Revenue maximisation of Smart PEV parking lot under coordinated and uncoordinated charging

Anil Kumar Mathur

41

Plug in India

Surya Jeedigunta

42

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure for India

Swapnil Jain

43

Design of an Adaptive Droop Vehicle-to-Grid Control for Plug-in Electric Vehicles

Rajesh Joseph Abraham

44

Market diffusion model of electric vehicles for planning charging Infrastructure in India

N. Ramachadran, P Singhavi

45

Small Hydro Power With H2 Energy Storage And Ev Recharging Good For Himalayan Region

Surendra Pal Sharma

46

Application of battery energy storage system in industrial plants

Anupam Roy

47

Energy storage systems (ESS) for Solar PV Plant Requirement

Arockia Vimal Jeyaseelan

48

Electrical Energy Storage- Technologies, Application and Costs

Niharika Paul

49

Smart Energy storage systems for smart grids & Smart cities: Microcell Carbon Foam batteries a Disruptive Technology

Mukesh bhandari

50

Technology Trends_ Energy Storage Technologies

Mahesh Nene

51

Second life of Energy Storage Battery: Promising Sustainable Growth for Grid and Related Applications

Amol Sawant

52

Virtual energy storage by using air conditioning loads

Prabir Barooah

53

Grid Modernization: Asset Managememt for Electrical Transmission Network – A cyber-secure decision making approach

Sameer Gaikwad

54

Dynamic Reactive Power Compensation (DRPC) by PV Inverter for Grid Parity

Aditya Vyas

55

Local Search Optimization Algorithm Based Monitoring And Controlling Of Virtual Power Plant For Distribution Network

KESAVANT

56

State of Standards for Interoperability of Advanced Microgrids & Central Grid

Pranav Bargotra

57

Damage and Exposure Prevention of Energy Infrastructure through strategies in PEER

Ishaq Sulthan

58

Cybersecurity of control system for the electric grid in presence of critical vulnerabilities

Desh Deepak Sharma

59

Digitalization of Power Grid

Vijayan SR

60

"Fault Analysis on Extra High Voltage Transmission Line by using Wavelet Analysis Technique and GPS system”

Er Khushboo Malik Khan

61

A Novel Protection Scheme For Smart Distribution Networks With Inverter Interfaced Renewable Power Generating Sources

Anoop V Eluvathingal

62

WIDE AREA MEASUREMENT SYSTEM(WAMS):THE FOUNDATION BLOCK OF SMARTGRIDS FOR EVENT ANALYSIS.

Amit R. Kulkarni

63

Practicalities of Parallel Electricity Distribution Licensing in Mumbai.

Chintamani Chitnis

64

Modern Protection Techniques Used in Microgrid which Lead to Improvement In Performance of Microgrid

Pooja Khandare

65

MicroGrids as the fundamental building blocks for enabling the Smart Grid

Abilash ET Nair

66

Design of Hybrid DC mini grid for educational institution: case study

C. Sharmeela

67

An Overview of Renewable Energy based Smart DC Microgrid for Rural Electrification

Subhash Kumar Ram

68

Towards 100 % renewables

Bhavin Bhatt

69

Institutional Innovation: Case study of solar electrification sustenance in rural India

Rhythima Shinde

70

Roadmap for mainstreaming Smart Microgids in India: Addressing Technology and Policy Challenges

Simran Grover

71

Potential role and impact of Smart Microgrids in shaping Indian Energy Landscape

Shreya Agarwal

72

Planning and operation of microgrids. Limits of the traditional modeling approach

Mihaela Albu

73

Integration of Rooftop Solar: A step towards 100% Renewable

Akshay Kumar Gera

74

Role of Community Microgrids in Smart Cities – Challenges and Opportunities

Ajit Anbiah Renjit

75

"SHASHIRATNA" Rural Micro Grid

G V Sukumara

76

Virtual Power Plants – enabling RE integration

Gurpreet Chugh

77

A Co-ordinated Voltage Control Scheme for Ensuring Frequency Regulation of an Islanded Microgrid

Sumedha Sharma

78

Hybrid Microgrids for Diesel Consumption Reduction in Remote Military Bases of India

Sarasij Das

79

A Decentralised Approach For Load Management In An Islanded Dstribution Network During Contingency

PT Seenath Beevi

80

Effective Adaptation of Clean Technologies – Solar Roof Top Photo Voltaic (SRTPV) System for Sustainable Educational Institutions

Yatharth Kumar Sharma

81

Developing Smart Green Sustainable 100%Renewable Roads

Mrugesh Pawar

82

Microgrid for the purpose of the development of Net-zero Energy Green Buildings and communities towards “100% renewables” Vision

Abilash E T

83

Smart water

Vrushali G. Nasre

84

Intelligent Water Management System – Smart Approach Towards Sustainability

Mohit Saluja

85

Smart Water Distribution Using Low Cost Communication Protocol

Pankaj Mohan Gupta

86

Smart Prepaid Solution for Smart Home with Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Infrastructure

Palagummi Naga Siva Aditya

87

Grid interactive buidlings

Bhatt Bhavin Y.

88

Energy Efficient Smart Sustainable Cities

Bhuvaneswari Natarajan

89

Smart Cities – Interoperability, performance and flexibility

Adam Sutton

90

Smart Lighting – Informative, efficient and versatile

Adam Sutton

91

Smart micro-cities: Decentralization of access and decision making

Sravan Appana

92

Smart water-solutions for water production,transmission and distribution networks

Kamya

93

Open Distributed Energy Management (OpenDEM)

Raymond Kaiser

94

Multi-Agent Real-Time Control of Active Distribution Networks

Jagdish Prasad Achara

95

Active Network Management and SCADA/DMS: A differentiation

Rachael Taljaard

96

Power Markets & Smart Grids

Sanjay Banga

97

Analysis of Smart Grid Regulations Including Data Privacy

Rashmi Salpekar

98

Developing Smart Markets in Electricity

Anil Vitthal Kale

99

A Secure Protocol Suite for Smart Grid Components

Moreshwar Salpekar

100

optimal scheduling of customers demand using availability of power and its price in smart grid

srikanth reddy

101

Roadmap for Digital Control System (DCS) Implementation in Utility Substations

Amrit Mishra

102

Delighter Customer Experience For Utilities through Social Media Engagement Strategies

Pravesh Kumar Tejan

103

Smart Grids for Smart City

Shyam Nandan Yadav

104

Using energy disaggregation to kickstart effective consumer engagement in India

Puneet Paneri

105

Utility Power Transformers’ Performance Enhancement in Smart Grids

Amrit Mishra

106

EDF Learnings form Smart Grid Projects

Christophe Feuillard

107

Securing Power for All- Smart Grid envisaged Power Market

Joy

108

Mobile Electricity Restoration Application-Outage Management System (MERA-OMS)

Alka Malik

109

Regulatory landscape for future utilities

Ritesh Kumar Singh

110

The Role of "Markets" in Supporting India's Smart Grid Vision

Larisa Dobriansky

111

Optimal load curve shaping using demand response for improvement of distribution network performance

Charan Teja S

112

Use of Cognitive Intelligence for Effective Data Analytics in Smart Grid

Surekha R Deshmukh

113

Weather Based Scheduling of DISCOMs

Shiban Kanti Bala

114

Making of a Smart Energy Grid

Surya Jeedigunta

115

Revolutionizing Asset Management in Electric Power Industry

Mr. Richard Irwin

116

Demand Response – A viable alternative to manage variable RE

Pramod Kumar Singh

117

Challenges and Road Map ahead in Design, Development & Deployment of Smart Distribution Grid Architecture in India – Learnings from a Pilot Demonstration

Uday Kumar Bandaru

118

Climate Change And Global Warming Action Plan For India

Darshan Goswami, Pittsburgh, PA., USA

119

Solar Net Metering: Regulatory Framework, Opportunities and Challenges in Maharashtra

Raviraj Kadam

120

Self-Healing Distribution Grid: Benefits, Challenges and Optimized Implementation in Tata Power- DDL

Md Shadab Ahmad

121

Implementation and operationalization of Distribution Management System

Ganesh Mane

122

Smart Grid Regulations; A Case Study of Assam

Anuj

123

India Smart Metering

Sanjay Banga

124

Demand-Side Management Based Intelligent Meter for Smart Grid

Sharad Garg

125

Smart communication solutions for Smart Grids?

Przemyslaw A. Paluszek

126

Innovative Business Models for Smart Metering

Sudhanshu Gupta

127

Smart Metering Solutions for City Gas Distribution Company

Davinder Paul Singh

128

Smart Meters for substation automation

D R Dharmadhikari

129

How India can export sunshine around the world

Darshan Goswami, M.S., P.E.

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