Shri
Vijaybhai R. Rupani
Hon. Chief Minister,
Gujarat

Shri
Chimanbhai Sapariya
Hon. Energy Minister,
Gujarat

Shri
Pradipsinh Jadeja
Hon. State Minister,
Gujarat

Latest News

Wind Energy Blocked of MAY-17 for following parties. click for detailsmore

Procedure for integration of a new network element of a transmission licensee into the grid and issuance of certificate by Regional Load Despatch Centre (RLDC) for successful trial operation of a transmission element.more

Wind Energy Blocked of APRIL-17 for following parties. click for detailmore

Published Date wise UI/DSM Account Summary (From 1st April onwards 2017) more

Wind Energy Blocked of JUNE-17 for following parties. click for detailsmore

UI(DEVIATION CHARGES) for the WEEK NO.07(2014-15) from 19/05/2014 TO 23/05/2014 REV-1 has been uploaded.more

UI(DEVIATION CHARGES) for the WEEK NO.09(2014-15) from 02/06/2014 TO 08/06/2014 REV-1 has been uploaded.more

SLDC Annual report for year 2016-17.more

UI for the WEEK NO.01(2013-14) from 01/04/2013 TO 07/04/2013 REV-2 has been uploaded.more

UI for the WEEK NO.02(2013-14) from 08/04/2013 TO 14/04/2013 REV-2 has been uploaded.more

UI(DEVIATION CHARGES) for the WEEK NO.01(2017-18) from 03/04/2017 TO 09/04/2017 has been uploaded.more

UI(DEVIATION CHARGES) for the WEEK NO.02(2017-18) from 10/04/2017 TO 16/04/2017 has been uploadedmore

UI(DEVIATION CHARGES) for the WEEK NO.03(2017-18) from 17/04/2017 TO 23/04/2017 has been uploaded.more

UI for the WEEK NO.03(2013-14) from 15/04/2013 TO 21/04/2013 REV-2 has been uploaded.more

UI for the WEEK NO.04(2013-14) from 22/04/2013 TO 28/04/2013 REV-2 has been uploaded.more

Grid Frequency : 49.993 Hz
     
Gujarat Catered : 9618 MW
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Evolution of SLDC

Initially the operation of the Gujarat grid system was coordinated from the central thermal power station at Dhuvaran. Later, as the complexity and the size of the network increased, the need for close coordination was realized.

 

By 1969, the Gujarat power grid was connected with Maharashtra grid system through Tarapur Atomic Power by 220kv lines. In 1969, the Load despatch centre was established at Gotri (Baroda) from where adequate communication facilities were already available to various outstations. Initially the Load Despatch at Gotri worked in two shifts only with skeleton number of staff with a small painted wooden board to display system mimic diagram. The Load Despatch Centre was shifted to Jambuva on 17th May 1974 and sophisticated power line carrier communication was provided for operation, control and coordination. The facilities available at Jambuva are express speech communication, tele-printer messaging service, tele-metering of parameters of power stations and sub-stations.

 

The Load Despatch Centre at Jambuva, later on, Computerized in the year 1984 with the equipments received under WREB project. In the first stage of the project, only SCADA functions were made available at LDC.

 

Under SC & C WR project for implementation of Unified Load Despatching Scheme in Western Region, New State Load Despatch Centre at Gotri, Vadodara, and three sub-LDCs at Jetpur, Gandhinagar and Jambuva were commissioned and started functioning from 8 July 2005. These Sub- LDCs are carrying out data acquisition, data transfer to SLDC and monitoring of system parameters in respect of the area. These Sub Load Despatch Centres are monitoring the radial feeders and taking corrective actions on associated equipments. They are also carrying out switching of equipments and lines at Grid Stations as per directives from SLDC. They are managing the load as per the schedule finalized in advance or in case of any incidents in the area directed by SLDC. They are collecting all relavant information regarding all system events and report to SLDC for further analysis and for taking follow up action for system improvement.

 

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