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WR Grid Frequency
 49.86
Last Updated at :
24-Jul-2014 20:49:05
Deviation Rate (Rs/Unit)
04.70 
Current Sch Rev No.&Time
43 19:41
Reason : kawas dc and sasan dc
Changes Made In Last Rev.
New format for Affidavit for No Objection or Prior Standing Clearance for Bilateral and for Collective transactions Affidavit filed by WRLDC Petition no. SM0052014 Procedure for integration of New Elements into Grid LIST OF IMPORTANT GRID ELEMENTS in WR_May_2014 CERC order on RLDC Fees n Charges for the control period 2014-19 1st Meeting of Validation Committee for 2nd quarter of the year 2014 – 2015 (July to September, 2014 ) for implementation of CERC (Sharing of Inter-State Transmission Charges and Losses), 2010- Postponement Notice Internship Gudilenes POSOCO WRLDC,Mumbai PoC Order for 2014-15 (Q2) Facilitating Testing of New Generating Units Cooperation Requested from All Stakeholders CONGESTION WARNING NOTICE ISSUED AT 12:31 Hrs OF 24.07.14 on WR-NR CORRIDOR UPDATED RTU STATUS(WR) AS PER COMMISSION DIRECTION AS ON 22-05-2014 PRELIMINARY REPORT ON Aurangabad Bus Trip_09-06-14 Trial module of STOA software      Alternate Link to Trial module of STOA software  
  
      WRLDC is the apex body to ensure integrated operation of the power system in the Western Region.
    The main responsibilities of WRLDC are:
  • Monitoring of system parameters and security.
  • To ensure the integrated operation of the power system grid in the region. 
  • System studies, planning and contingency analysis.
  • Analysis of tripping/disturbances and facilitating immediate remedial measures.
  • Daily scheduling and operational planning.
  • Facilitating bilateral and inter-regional exchanges.
  • Computation of energy despatch and drawal values using SEMs.
  • Augmentation of telemetry, computing and communication facilities.
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