Webinar on Transforming the Transformers - 12th May, 2020

FICCI and International Copper Association India invites you to join for a Webinar on improving opportunities in Electricity Distribution Losses – TRANSFORMING THE TRANSFORMERS.

The Technical losses within the Distribution Transformers (DT)can be reduced by improving the approach of Passive repair to Active repair.

For Registrations: Click Here

Topics Covered:

  • Why High Failure Rate in DT
  • Active repair Solutions
  • Case Studies

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