Economic Impact Of Poor Power Quality In Various Industrial Sectors In India

This report brings out the findings of power quality survey conducted in various industrial sectors in India. To capture the impact of power quality problems on Indian industries, a survey questionnaire was prepared and sent to different industrial sectors which are electricity intensive such as Textile, Chemical and Fertilizers, IT sector, Iron and steel, Paper and pulp, Metallurgy, Manufacturing sector for electronic goods, universities/ institutions, Commercial sectors such as banks, hospitals and shopping malls.

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Report – Economic Impact of Poor Power Quality in various industrial sectors in India

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