With Integrated Power Infrastructure Solutions, Advait Infratech Is Revolutionizing the Power Sector in India
The infrastructure for the power sector in India is changing rapidly, with governments actively pushing for solutions that can effectively make this happen. There are many opportunities to improve upon these solutions and integrate them into the current supply of energy. Read on to learn more about what these changes mean for the people in India and how they impact them positively!
Reformative Power Infrastructure Solutions by Advait Infratech are Revolutionizing India’s Power Sector
Slowing economic growth and more stringent compliance regulations have amplified energy risks in the Indian power industry. Advait Infratech is showing that renewable energy and storage solutions can play a critical role in the future development of Indian power infrastructure.
The Indian electric power sector has seen a fair share of deprice and strife in the past three decades with antiquated power distribution networks carrying outdated infrastructure. As India moves to a healthier, more stable economy powered by renewable energy solutions, autonomous distribution solutions will become key.
With Integrated Power Infrastructure Solutions, Advait Infratech Is Revolutionizing The Power Sector in India
As India’s economy is projected to triple its size in ten years and boom at a rate of 7% annually, there are many opportunities for entrepreneurs to scale up their products to feed the demand domestically and internationally. Within the power sector, we’ve seen huge investments from both home-grown firms as well as international players like GE to help add enough electricity generation capacity nationwide that meets today’s basic minimum standards.
How Robust Telecommunication Solutions Will Push Power Growth in India
In order to realize the vision of Digital India and Smart India, it is important that we provide every single citizen of this country with access to high-quality telecommunications services. The responsibility of fulfilling this commitment lies primarily with the telecom operators. It means deploying a robust transmission network across the country and ensuring that both genuine rural, as well as urban populations, have telecommunications facilities that are affordable, lightning-fast and secure.