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Tata Power commissions India's first Natural Ester filled power transformer in Mumbai
Source: IRIS | 04 Jun, 2015, 05.39PM
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Tata Power Company, an integrated power company, Tata Power, (Q,N,C,F)* India's largest integrated company is committed towards ensuring safety and sustainability for its stakeholders, environment and the community. In line with this commitment, Tata Power today announced the introduction of Natural Ester filled 33 /11 kV, 20 MVA Power Transformers in Mumbai Distribution with the objective of increased transformation capacity with reduced footprint.

A pioneer in providing reliable and uninterrupted power to the city of Mumbai, Tata Power caters to more than 6,18,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers.
The Company is committed to implementing innovative solutions to cater to the increasing power demand in the city where space is a constraint. In densely populated cities such as Mumbai, these transformers ensure safety for citizens by virtue of its features.

The Natural Esters used in these transformers have a high fire point (350 degree Celsius) and eliminate the risk of fire. As opposed to conventional mineral oil filled transformers, this fluid allows the transformer to be designed with increased capacity and reduced footprint which is an ideal solution for congested cities like Mumbai. The fluid is made from a carbon neutral renewable resource, is biodegradable, non-toxic and non-hazardous in soil and water. 

Speaking on the initiative, Ashok Sethi, Executive Director, Tata Power stated, "With diminishing open space and its availability, Tata Power has successfully built and adopted technological alternatives that will overcome the space constraints and provide safe installation. The company has been the frontrunner in implementing power distribution reforms in the city of Mumbai and is widely acknowledged for its consumer friendly practices. We aim to introduce further innovations in technology to ensure smooth, secure services."

Shares of the company declined Rs 0.1, or 0.14%, to settle  at  Rs 70.30.  The total volume of shares traded  was  764,800 at  the BSE (Thursday).

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