Mr Vikram Gandotra, Chair, India Smart Grid Forum

Report
First Year Progress Report
India Smart Grid Forum
December 2012
ISGF - Introduction
India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF), registered under Indian Societies Registration Act
(Act XXI of 1860) is a Public Private Partnership (PPP) initiative of Ministry of Power,
Government of India for accelerated development of smart grid technologies in the
Indian power sector.
The main objectives of ​ISGF are:
• To help Indian power sector to deploy smart grid technologies in an efficient, cost
effective, innovative and scalable manner by bringing together all key stakeholders and
enabling technologies
• To create a platform for public and private stakeholder members, research
institutions and power utilities to drive down myths on smart grids, and create
innovation through information exchanges
• To bring together stakeholders specializing in regulation, policy, and business case
with a view to building up a broad-based support for smart grid policies.
• To undertake research work and other efforts such as scoping the capabilities of
smart grids in the Indian context through case studies, cost-benefit framework,
technical advancements in the renewable energy sources and other ancillary activities
• To provide advice to Government, Regulators, Utilities and Consumers in the form of
reports and white papers, technical seminars, etc.
•ISGF was constituted in 2010, and is functional since November 2011; and has
more than 100 members covering Government, Utilities, Regulators, Industry,
Academia and Research.
Note: This list of logos of ISGF Members is partial
ISGF - First Year Progress Report
A) Organizational
• ISGF established office with a functional secretariat housed in CBIP Building,
Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
• Membership grown from 37 (at the time of election in October 2011) to 100+ now
covering Government, Utilities, Regulators, Industry, Academia, Research and Trade
Associations. Several new applicants under joining
• Logo & Stationery for ISGF was selected through a competition
• Joined CIGRE as a member; and also sent a ISGF delegation to CIGRE bi-annual event
in Paris in August 2012
• Joined as Member of Global Smart Grid Federation (GSGF)
• Joined Regional Task Force (RTF) of Asian Development Bank on Smart Grids
• Applied for joining SGIP 2.0 (Smart Grid Interoperability Panel)
• Applied for membership in India Habitat Centre (Board decision of IHC awaited)
• Established close working relationship with industry associations such as: FICCI,
NASSCOM, IEEMA, DSCI and Green Building Council of India
• Obtained income tax exemption under Section 12A and 80CC with retrospective
effect
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B) Functional
• 10 Working Groups (WG) constituted and are functional – detailed progress of each
WGs included in later section of this report
• Alignment of ISGF WGs with ISGTF WGs has been finalized
• ISGF submitted suggestions on Smart Grid Pilots (including detailed
comments/suggestions on technical specifications and use-cases) to MoP in Jan 2012
• ISGF members studied the Smart Meter Specs in depth and member’s comments/
suggestions were discussed, compiled and submitted to MoP/CEA in April 2012
• Held workshop to define a Smart Grid Vision and Roadmap for India; and submitted to
MoP in July 2012. Consultations with stakeholders at state levels in progress
• Study Report on R-APDRP submitted to MoP which covered comprehensive review of
the program in terms of scope, implementation strategy, specifications and readiness
of stake holders; and made recommendations for improvisation of the program for
12th Plan
• Smart Grid Knowledge Portal in collaboration with ISGTF and MoP www.indiasmartgrid.org
• Worked with Maharashtra State Regulatory Commission to launch a Maharashtra
Smart Grid Coordination Committee involving all stakeholders in the state
• Conducted 5 technology sessions and 2 workshops
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C) Details of Technology Sessions/Workshops conducted:
• First Technology Session on 22 Feb 2012
• Second Technology Session on 22 March 2012 in Delhi - Theme: AMI
• Third Technology Session on 27 April 2012 in Ahmedabad - Theme: Distribution
Strengthening
• Fourth Technology Session on 01 June 2012 in Mumbai - Theme: Communication for
Smart Grids
• Fifth Technology Session on 20 July 2012 in Bangalore - Theme: Demand Response
• One Day Workshop on Regulatory Support for Smart Grid Pilots on 16 November
2012 in Delhi
• Two-Day Workshop on Last Mile Connectivity for Smart Grid Applications on 21-22
November 2012 in Mumbai
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D) Standards Development
• Participation in IEC- PC 118 meetings (Project Committee – 118 was constituted by
IEC for development of standards on fast track for user interface with smart grids);
and worked with BIS to join PC-118 as a primary member so that Indian Experts will
be in the forefront of global standards development and BIS has joined PC-118 as
a primary member
• Finalized collaboration framework for collaboration amongst ISGF Working Groups
for standards development
• Five experts being recruited to work on full time for standards development –
nominations being invited from ISGF Members for deputation of their employees to
work with ISGF full time for 3-5 years
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E) Initiatives in Progress and Goals for 2013:
• Collaboration with Green Button initiative of US DoE to setup Centre of
Excellence/Certifying Agency for Green Button at IIT-Mumbai
o Work with MoP and State Discoms to get R-APDRP data in Green Button format
• Collaboration with UCLA for EV Test Bed in IIT-Delhi and joint research programs
• Work with MoP, ISGTF and CPRI for setting up Smart Grid Test Bed in CPRI
• Collaboration with DSCI for setting up a Centre of Excellence for Cyber Security at
IIIT-Bangalore
• Collaboration with USTDA for a set of Smart Grid consulting projects
• Collaboration with NEDO for a set of Smart Grid consulting projects
• Work with National Electric Mobility Board (NBEM) for EV Policies and Infrastructure
• Development of Small Metering Rollout Plan
o Consultant will be appointed to prepare the Plan
• Collaboration with CBIP, NPTI, CPRI, Educational Institutions and NSDCL for developing
capacity building programs
o Consultant will be appointed to prepare a Training & Capacity Building Plan
• Work with State Regulatory Commissions and Utilities for development of state-wise
Smart Grid Roadmaps and projects
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ISGF Office Bearers (Term: 2 Years)
Office Bearers (since October 2011):
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Chairman: Sanjeev Kumar, Director-Distribution, MoP (nominee of MoP)
President & CEO: Reji Kumar Pillai (Individual)
Secretary & Convenor: Rupendra Bhatnagar (Acting)
Treasurer: Subir Saha, PFC (Mr.V.K.Shah, ED – PFC resigned in Dec 2012)
Board of Governors:
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Utility Rep-1: U.S.Mane, MahaDiscom (MSEDCL)
Utility Rep-2: To be elected
Industry Rep-1: Deven Patel, Tata Consultancy Services
Industry Rep-2: Rupendra Bhatnagar, SAP India
Industry Rep-3: Vikram Manchanda, Microsoft India
Industry Rep-4: Sunil Singhvi, Secure Meters
Research/Academia Rep: Prof S.A.Khaparde, IIT-B
WORKING GROUPS REPORT
Working Groups – Deliverables
WG – Functions and Activities: Per
Terms of References finalized with WGs they
are to work on following areas (except WG-6 & 8)
1. Smart Grids Standards Development and related functions
•Inception Report (IR): Document defining the work that the WG plans to carry out
•User Requirement Specification (URS): Document of Use Cases identifying a need for a standard or a
smart grid technology
•Draft Standard (DS): Document which shall eventually become a standard under BIS
•Technology Selection Guideline (TSG): Technology specific document (unlike DS) presenting guidelines
for technology selection
•Pilot Study Report (PSR): Document presenting lessons learned from pilot projects by the WG
Standard Templates for all the 5 reports, Common Naming Convention and
Dependency between Reports being finalized
2. Studies, Reports and White Papers
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Each WG may be assigned special task from time to time
WG Collaboration Framework:
Framework for collaboration amongst WGs has been finalized (next page) in
alignment with GWAC Interoperability Stack and NIST Smart Grid Framework
Network Interoperability
Basic connectivity
WG3:
Communication
WG10: Cyber Security
Renewables
Service Provider
Customer
WG9: Renewables
& MicroGrid
WG7:
Architectures
WG4:
Metering
Syntactic Interoperability
WG8:
Pilots &
Business Models
WG5: Consumption
& Load Control
Semantic Understanding
WG2: Adv. Distribution
Business Context
WG1: Adv. Transmission
Interoperability Stack
Business Procedures
Market Operation
WG6: Policy
& Regulation
Economic / Regulatory Policies
Business Objectives
System Operation
Distribution
Overlappings determine
Collaboration Requirements
Transmission
Proposed Organization
of the WGs
Bulk Generation
Smart Grid Domains
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WG 1: Advanced Transmission
Chair: Dr.Shekhar Kelapure, GE Energy
Objective
• Identify, study and analyse the critical issues related to Indian transmission systems and
recommend appropriate system enhancements in terms of up gradation in technologies and
standards, by creating a suitable platform within the ecosystem for the sustainable success of
smart grid deployment in India.
Progress so far
• Objective and scope definition
• Identification of critical issues (grid stability, T&D coordination and optimal operation)
• Three Subgroups are formed to work in the areas of WAMS, T&D Coordination and Optimal
Power System Operation
• Study of global technologies for WAMS and Analytics:
• Carried out discussion with WECC, US to capture WISP (PMU/PDC) implementation experiences
• WAMS progress in India
Deliverables and Work Plan/Milestones
• Inception report – completed
• Report on WAMS experience (under preparation)
• Report on India WAMS progression (under preparation)
• Report on Transmission maintenance Automation (under preparation)
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WG 2: Advanced Distribution
Chair: Ram Pillai, Tata Power
Objective
• To outline the feasibility, optimum standards & implementation strategies for Indian Discoms to
progress beyond the scope of R-APDRP & towards Advanced Distribution
Progress so far
• Scanning of successful use cases in India on following areas
• Power System Control, DMS/OMS, DAS, Call Centers, AMR, Meter Data Management, Demand
Response, GIS
• Completed a Study Report on R-APDRP with recommendations for improvisation of the scheme
Deliverables and Workplan/Milestones
Sl No. Activity
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2
3
Inception Report
Review of current status of Indian Discoms with respect to SCADA, DMS, OMS, DAS, Call
Center, AMR, MDMS, GIS, Demand Response, ERP systems.
Review of current status of Indian Discoms with respect to integration of DERs to
Discoms.
Completion Date
Status
Nov. 2012
Completed
Nov. 2012
Completed
Dec. 2013
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Review of current status of Indian Discoms with respect to use of Business analytics
Dec. 2013
5
Formulation of recommendations for Policies and Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles
May 2013
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Recommendations on roadmap for the above.
Dec. 2014
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WG 3: Communications for Smart Grids
Chair: Ajoy Rajani, Reliance
Objective
• To study and recommend most reliable, sustainable and scalable communication technologies
that can be adopted in India for all building blocks of smart grid in a continuum fashion. The group
focuses on analyzing various communication technologies with due consideration to reliability
and the total cost of ownership (TCO) in the Indian context
Progress so far
• Face to face Meetings held in Delhi and Mumbai; and follow up concalls held to discuss ToR,
Inception report. One day technology session and a two day-workshop on Last Mile Connectivity
held to showcase, learn and discuss the various last mile communications technologies now
available or in pipeline
Deliverables and Work Plan/Milestones
Sl. No.
Description
Timeline for completion
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Inception Report
Completed
2
User Requirement Specification
Jun-13
3
List of standards (if any)
Jun-13
4
Technology Selection Guide
Dec -13
5
Pilot Study Report
Dec-15
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WG 4: Metering
Chair: V.Arunachalam, CPRI
Objective
• To formulate:
• Smart Metering (AMI) requirements
• Interoperability needs
• Net Metering requirements
• Standardisation
• Testing Needs
• R&D areas & Related topics
Progress so far
• Deliberated on Low cost smart meter specification, Comments compiled and submitted to CEA
• The report “An overview of Smart Metering: Need, Benefits, Challenges & Recommendations for
India” was prepared
• Conducted - Two Tele- conference , One face to face meeting – discussed about AMI approach
Deliverables and Work Plan/Milestones
• A reference document (addressing the objectives) which can act as guide to various stakeholders
• Region wise discussions planned
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WG 5: Consumption and Load Control
Chair: Vikram Gandotra, Siemens
Objective
• To recommend technologies and solutions which can be adopted in India for load control and
consumption to enable peak load management and overall energy management
Progress so far
• 13 Meetings of WG have been held
• A first list of relevant Use Cases has been short listed by the WG and been circulated to all the
WG members for any comments before release as ISGF Use Cases
• Active participation in PC-118 of IEC which is developing standards for User Interface with Smart
Grids
Deliverables and Work Plan/Milestones
S. NO.
Description
Timeline for completion
1
Inception report
Completed
2
User requirement specification
Jun-13
3
List of standards (if any)
Jun-13
4
Technology selection guide
Dec-13
5
Pilot study report
Dec-15
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WG 6: Policy and Regulation
Chair: Pankaj Batra, CERC
Objective
• To identify and recommend appropriate regulatory policy initiatives to the Governments, both central and
states, and to suggest regulations to facilitate implementation of smart grid through inter-state regulations of
CERC and facilitate implementation of smart grid through SERCs and the intra-state system through the forum
of regulators (FoR), by demonstrating or otherwise conveying feasible and sustainable business cases and
societal level cost-benefit analyses
Progress so far
• Workshop#1 on Smart Grid at NDPL, New Delhi, on 24.2.2012 for forward looking state power utilities,
concerned State Regulators and multilateral funding agencies and ISGF Members
• Workshop#2 on Smart Grid at BSES, New Delhi, on 13.7.2012 for other state power utilities, concerned State
Regulators and multilateral funding agencies, besides Members and Office Bearers of ISGF
• Workshop#3 on Smart Grid Pilot Projects at CBIP, New Delhi, on 16.11.2012 mainly for State Distribution
Utilities whose Smart Grid Pilot Projects have been approved by GOI and respective State Regulators and ISGF
Members
Deliverables and Work Plan/Milestones
• Inception report containing detailed scope, roadmap, responsibilities, deliverables and timelines of all other
deliverables of this WG. – Initial timeline – 30.6.2012. New timeline - 31.12.2012
• Recommendations on comparative regulatory regimes, tariff policy based on differentials
• Recommendations on policy and regulatory requirements for smart grid, micro grid and distributed generation
• Study and document the lessons learned from various pilot projects from the policy perspective
• Next Workshop is proposed to be organized on 25.1.2013 at Puducherry for Regulators/State Distcoms of Southern
Region
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WG 7: Architecture and Design
Chair: Deepak V Konnur, IBM
Objective
• Define the smart grid conceptual architecture, which shall include – Application integration architecture,
Communication network architecture, Functional architecture and Security architecture
• Define the architectural and design standards: to be supported by smart grid technology components
• Architecture governance mechanism
Progress so far
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Terms of Reference prepared and submitted
Inception Report prepared and submitted
Smart grid design and architecture framework deliverable template prepared
Priority areas (for defining architecture framework) identified by the working group
Sub groups created for each priority area – sub group chairs and members elected and finalized
Deliverables and Work Plan/Milestones
SNo
Activity
Target Date
1
Sub group members to identify relevant Use Cases for each of the priority
areas (from other WGs, BIS, global standards reference documents)
2
First draft of deliverable from each sub group
3
First draft of consolidated Use Case deliverable from WG -7
31st Dec 12
4
Collaborate with BIS Panels to align Architecture Framework suitably
31st Jan 13
30th Nov 12
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WG 8: Pilots and Business Models
Chair: Dr. C.N.Raghupathi, Infosys
Objective
• Observe and study the smart grid technology pilots that will be undertaken in India and recommend the most appropriate
options and models for the distribution companies, including recommendations on appropriate timeframe for investments
• To evaluate different business models for different technology pilots and recommend the most appropriate model(s)
• To identify metrics for respective pilots and assist in their validation/monitoring
• Examine end-to-end planning and models, with a focus on capacity building for the success of projects and programs; identify
any gaps in capacity building with recommendations to overcome these
Progress so far
• Summary of ToR:
• Study various smart grid pilot initiatives across the globe (developed as well as emerging economies) and list out the ones
that are most relevant to Indian context
• Prioritize the smart grid initiatives that give best returns / benefits for all stakeholders (utilities, consumers and solution
providers)
• Study various business models for different smart grid pilot initiatives, which shall include:
• Funding and benefits sharing options
• Comparison of various business models (pros and cons)
• Recommendation of the most appropriate business model for each smart grid pilots
• Examine human and other resource capacity requirements for successful pilot and broader deployments
• Inception Report finalized
• One deliverable completed
Deliverables and Work Plan/Milestones
• Deliverable 1 - Prioritization & Commercial Models for Smart Grid initiatives – Completed; Under Final Review
• Deliverable 2 - SG Training & Capacity Building Approach - Under progress
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WG 9: Renewables and Microgrids
Chair: Prakash B Nayak, IET
Objective
• To study and recommend appropriate solutions for improving the CUF (capacity utilization factor) of Renewables i.e. Wind and Solar as
they are intermittent in nature
• To study tools available for forecasting and scheduling of Wind and Solar and recommend appropriate tools
• To develop set of standards, guidelines and technology recommendations for integration and efficient operation of renewable sources
into the grid; and recommend suitable grid codes
• To develop an architecture and methodology for Microgrids both off-grid and grid connected so that the same can be isolated from grid.
Progress so far
• Finalised TOR (Terms of Reference) and circulated among group members
• Inception Report prepared and under finalization with comments of members
• Detailed MOM drawn with identified activities
Deliverables and Work Plan/Milestones
Sl. No.
Deliverable
Completion
Date
Status
1
Working group Terms of Reference
Sep-12
Completed
2
Inception Report (Remark: The participation is a major concern, alternate members could be the
remedial solution to increase participation, this need to be made across all working groups
Nov-12
Completed
Nominated
3
Three sub groups (1. Technology, 2.Standards , 3.Use case study) formed and Co-Chairs
nominated
Oct-12
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Finalization of deliverables of Sub-Groups
Dec-12
5
First Technology Workshop
Feb-13
6
Study and evaluate and test Optimization Tools for Wind and Solar with the feedback from the
generators and prepare policy recommendation
TBD
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WG 10: Cyber Security
Chair: Abraham Samson, L&T
Objective
• To develop security requirements covering physical, operation and cyber-attacks in Indian smart grid context
• To propose a risk assessment framework to evaluate the risk of each smart grid component throughout its lifecycle and also to ensure
fast recovery measures in cases of an attack
• To frame guidelines/standards for security compliance conformation testing
• To develop cyber-security approach and checklist useful for utilities
• To prepare standards/guidelines to be followed for interconnections between various systems in the context of cyber security
• To propose risk mitigation measures, regulatory and policy measures for security, legal and information privacy issues
Progress so far
• Prepared TOR (Terms of Reference)
• Prepared Inception Report and submitted to ISGF; under finalization
Deliverables and Work Plan/Milestones
Sl. No.
Deliverable
Completion
Date
Sep-12
Completed
Nov-12
Completed
Jun-13
In Progress
1
Working Group -Terms of Reference
2
4
Inception Report
Identifying relevant standards for India smart grid security framework, Detailed comments
on the BIS & ISGTF Report on Cyber Security , Collaborate with Academia on course
curriculum topics for Cyber Security courses for M.Tech students (as one course) in
IITs/IIITs/RECs.
Draft of cyber security standard for Indian power systems
Mar-13
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Technology Selection Guideline
Dec-13
6
Evaluation of Cyber Security Readiness of select Utilities using ISGF Framework
3
June 2013
Status
Framework
finalized
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ISGF Members
Founding Members
1. Ministry of Power
2. Central Electricity
Authority(CEA)
3. Central Electricity Regulatory
Commission (CERC)
4. Central Power Research
Institute ( CPRI)
5. Bureau of Energy Efficiency
6. Power Finance Corporation Ltd
(PFC)
Utilities
1. Maharashtra Electricity
Distribution Company
Ltd(MSEDCL)
2. Power Grid Corporation of
India Ltd
3. Bangalore Electricity
Distribution Company Ltd.
(BESCOM)
4. Tata Power Company Ltd
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9.
Tata Power Delhi
Distribution Ltd
Reliance
MSETCL
MPPKVVCL(MP East DISCOM)
GTL
Associate Members
1. The Energy & Resources
Institute (TERI)
2. Centre for Science,
Technology & Policy (CSTEP)
3. Central Board of Irrigation &
Power (CBIP)
4. IIT-Mumbai
5. Institution of Engineering &
Technology (IET)
6. Ecolibrium Energy
7. IEEMA
8. NASSCOM
9. IEEE
10. MERC
11. FICCI
12. IIT- Gandhinagar
13. Odisha Electricity Regulatory
Commission (OERC )
14. IIT Rajashan
15. Veermata Jijabai
Technological Institute
16. Himachal Pradesh
Regulatory Commission
17. HERC
18. PERC
19. UPERC
20. IIT Kanpur
21. IIT Delhi
22. Data Security Council of
India
Industry Members
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7.
Atos Origin
AMI Tech
Analog Devices India Private
Limited
ABB
Accenture
CapGemini
CISCO
ISGF Members
Industry Members
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Crompton Greaves
Dessault Systems
Ericsson
GE Energy
Genus
Grid2020
HCL Technologies Ltd
HP
HPL Electric
Hitachi
Honeywell
IBM
Infosys
Itron
JnJ Powercom
KLG Systel
Landis & Gyr
L&T
Mahindra Satyam
Medhaj Techno Concept
Microsoft
Moksha Infratech
NEST
OSI Soft
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53.
Orga Systems
Omne Agate
Phoenix IT Solutions
SAP
Schneider Electric
Secure Meters
Siemens
Spanco
Sterlite Technologies
TCS
Texas Instruments
Stelmec Limited
Powrtec Energy Pvt. Ltd
SAS Institute (India) Pvt. Ltd
NXP Semiconductors
Alstom T&D
Kalkitech
Mitsui
Wipro Ltd
Panasonic India Pvt Ltd
Enzen Global Solutions Pvt
Ltd
54. Wallaby Metering
55. Infineon Technologies
56. Intergraph SG&I India Pvt
Ltd
57. Intel
58. Hughes Communication
Limited Members
1.
2.
EC Infosystems
Gram Power India Pvt Ltd
Individual Members
1.
Reji Kumar Pillai
Under Joining
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Aura Semiconductors
Yitran Communications
Boeing Corporation
HCL Info Systems
Wavenet Corporation
Manikaran Power Ltd
KSEB
Agnito Technologies

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