Noida to replace old transformers and build three substations

India, Uttar Pradesh: Noida, a city in India’s state of Uttar Pradesh, is planned to be one of the 17 cities that will be part of the “no-tripping zone”, reports The Times of India.

According to the Noida’s power authority, the power department plans to replace old and damaged equipment, installing new transformers in different areas along with digital relays for detecting faults.

Also, the Noida Authority has given approval to the Pashchimanchal Vidyut Vitaran Nigam Limited (PVVNL) to construct three new substations and provide alternate supply to 19 substations.

The PVVNL also plans to replace 180 relays required for sensing faults that might lead to tripping.

Source: The Times of India