Power Distribution Business
'1. Risk Assessment, 2. Substation Automation'

September 23- 24, 2008 || IHC, New Delhi, INDIA

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Power Distribution Business

Electric power industry is undergoing significant change, fueled by marketplace forces and legislative & regulatory activities. Competition, aging proprietary systems, reductions in staff and operating margins are leading utilities to rapidly expand their use of information systems and to interconnect previously isolated networks. The 2 day Seminar will focus on “Guidelines for Specification and Evaluation of Substation Automation System” and on “Risk Assessment in Power Distribution Business”.

The Power Distribution seminar & exhibition series offers a unique platform to learn, discuss and exchange experience about the major structural, technical, managerial and regulatory changes in the Electricity Distribution segment amongst various stakeholders.

Topics for Discussions

Risk Assessment in Power Distribution Business

  • Physical destruction and Electronic intrusion threat
  • Exposure to potential sources of attacks- increasing use of automation, shift to standard protocols, open access to transmission system information, external connections, increased competition, downsizing, outside contractors
  • Substations- the most significant information security vulnerability?
  • Sources of vulnerabilities- interconnections between control centers and corporate data networks, use of dial-up modems, Insider threat and use of public networks (PN), Communication networks, private infrastructure, public infrastructure vulnerabilities, Reduced skill level of O&M personnel
  • Clear threat identification combined with infrastructure vulnerability assessment
  • Guidelines for protective measures/ deterrents
  • Contingency analysis, redundant control centers, dial-back modems, and firewalls
  • Information security function for the operational systems

Guidelines for Specification and Evaluation of Substation Automation System

  • Modern substation automation solutions
  • Technical requirements for substation automation
  • Information management
  • System architecture
  • Impact of IEC 61850
  • Project management and services
  • Engineering phase
  • Weighting & fulfilment of requirements
  • Qualitative evaluation

Seminar Highlights

  • Ideal occasion to meet, interact & network with policy planners, business associates & prospective clients committed to best practices in power distribution business
  • Informative & innovative sessions to showcase contributions, advancement, technologies and opportunities available
  • Confirmed Speakers include:
    • Mr P Abraham, Former Secretary, Ministry of Power
    • Mr S R Sethi, Director- Technical, Delhi Transco Limited
    • Dr Bala Vinayagam, Country Manager India, GE Digital Energy

    Topic 1: ‘Impact of IEC 61850 on Process Bus Architecture and Solution’ &
    Topic 2: ‘Critical Infrastructure Protection in Substation Environment’

    • Mr P V Sivaram, Managing Director, B & R Industrial Automation, Topic- ‘Appropriate Automation in Substation Automation’
    • Mr K B Singh, Vice President & Head- IT, BSES, Topic- ‘IT in Substation’
    • Dr R P Gupta, DGM- Substation, Crompton Greaves- Topic- ‘IEC 61850 Based Substation Automation’
    • Mr N Kannan, Vice President- Power Vertical, Maytas Infra, Topic- ‘Substations- the most significant information security vulnerability’
    • Mr Gautam Chaklader, Sr DGM- Transmission System Group, BHEL, , Topic- ‘Technical Specification Of Substation Automation System With IEC 61850- BHEL’s Experience’
    • Mr. V. Ajith, Automation Group Head and Mr. Krishnamurthy G Kerur, Easun Reyrolle Limited- Topic- ‘IEC 61850 in Practice’
    • Mr Murugesan, Chief Manager, TCE Consulting Engineer, Topic- 'Substation Automation'
    • Mr Sudeep K Edakkattu, Head – Power Transmission & Distribution, Honeywell Automation, Topic- ‘Integrated Power Plant Control System & Electrical Control System’
    • Mr Kuldeep Tickoo, Head of Product Management & Marketing- Energy Automation Business, Siemens, Topic- ‘Latest approach in Substation Automation’
    • Mr Rajeev Tiwary, Senior Manager- Substation Automation Sales, Areva T&D, Topic related to Substation Automation & IEC 61850
    • Mr S P Goswami, Divisional Engineer, BEST, Topic- ‘AMR & AMI in BEST’
    • Mr A D Thirumoorthy, Executive Engineer, TNEB, Topic- ‘Substation Automation (Logical Requirements)’
  • For presentation topics and program details please click here
  • Participation expected from the stakeholder community including regulatory & policy making authorities, central power sector organizations, state electricity boards, unbundled distribution companies, private sector utilities, meter manufacturers, IT companies, consultants, FIs, equipment mfrs & suppliers, research organisations etc.
  • Participating oprganisations in our recent seminar included A2Z Group, ABPS Infrastructure Advisory, Alcatel Lucent, Analog Devices India, Analogics Tech, Avon Meters, Bentec Electricals, BPL Telecom, Capgemini India, Capital Meters, Central Power Research Institute, CDAC, CESC, Connect M, Conzerv Systems, Crompton Greaves, Dakshin Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam, Dakshinanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam, Datagen Power Systems, E&Y, Easun Reyrolle, Easun Reyrolle, ECE Industries, ERDA, GE Energy, Genus Power Infrastructures, Global Energy Consulting Engineers, HCL Infosystems, Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board, HPL- Socomec, IBM, ICSA (India), IEEMA, IIT Roorkee, Industrial Controls & Drives, Infosys, Iskaemeco Seahorse, Jamshedpur Utilities & Services Company, Kalki Communication Technologies, Karnataka Power Corporation, KEMA Consulting, KLG Systel, Landis Gyr, Larsen & Toubro Infotech, Larsen & Toubro, Leo Integrated Technologies, Madhya Pradesh Madhya Kshetra Vidyut Vitran Company, Madhya Pradesh Transmission Company, Maharashtra State Distribution Company, Nortex Marketing, North Delhi Power, NXP Semiconductors India, Omne Agate, Oracle India, Paschimanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam, PGCIL, PTC, Punjab State Electricity Board, Raychem RPG, Reliance Energy, Satyam Computer Services, Secure Meters, Siemens Information Systems, Siemens, Skipper Electricals (India), SunTec Business Solutions, Tamilnadu Electricity Board, Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Power Company, Tata Teleservices, TCE Consulting Engineers, Teracom, TTL, U P Power Corporation, Wavecom APAC, West Bengal State Electricity Distribution Company amongst many others.
  • Many key players have already confirmed their participation in this Seminar. Some of the Organisations who have confirmed / in the process of confirming their participation  include:
    • A2Z
    • Af Consult
    • Aon Global Insurance Brokers- 2 delegates
    • Areva T&D
    • Aster Teleservices
    • B&R Industrial Automation
    • Barco- 2 delegates
    • BEST- 2 delegates
    • BHEL- 4 delegates
    • BRPL- 2 delegates
    • BSES
    • C&S Protection & Control
    • CEA- 2 delegates
    • CESC
    • Chemtrols
    • Controls & Switchgear
    • Crompton Greaves- 4 delegates
    • Delhi Transco- 2 delegates
    • Damodar Valley Corporation
    • Easun Reyrolle- 2 delegates
    • Garrett Com
    • GE- 2 delegates
    • GE Digital Energy- 2 delegates
    • HCL
    • Honeywell- 2 delegates
    • IBM- 2 delegates
    • Icom Tele
    • Indian Oil Corporation
    • Indo Asian Power Distribution & Infrastructure
    • Indraprastha Power Generation Company
    • IREDA
    • Jaiswal Neco
    • Kalpatru Transmission
    • KEC International
    • Maharashtra Discom- 4 delegates
    • Maytas Infra- 2 delegates
    • MTE Services
    • NDPL - 3 delegates
    • Nepal Hydro & Electric Limited
    • NexGEN Consultancy
    • Omni Agate
    • Oracle
    • Power Grid
    • Punjab State Electricity Board
    • PCI
    • Reliance Energy- 2 delegates
    • Sergi India- 2 delegates
    • Siemens- 2 delegates
    • Srei Infrastructure Finance
    • Tamil Nadu Electricity Board
    • TATA Power
    • TCE Consulting Engineer
    • UP Power Corporation
    • Woodward Governer- 2 delegates
    • …….. amongst others

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