Northern Regional Load Despatch Centre
Monthly ATC-Inter Country
Monthly ATC-Inter Regional
Monthly ATC-Intra Regional
Current IR Exchanges
Web Based Scheduling
State Drawal Schedules
ISGS Injection Schedules
URS - Details
IR Drawal Schedules
Applicable PoC Losses
Estimated Tx Loss
Peak Hours Declaration
Total Available URS
URS Sold Under STOA
Current Available URS
IR Drawal Schedules
NR Pool Account
Low Frequency Overdrawal/Undergeneration
Time Correction Procedure
NRLDC Fee and Charges
NRLDC F& C Billing/Payment Software
NRLDC Fee and Charges Order
NRLDC User Details
Bank Detail For Remmitting NRLDC Fee and Charges
Zero Crossing Violation report
SCADA-SEM Comparision Report
Data Entry by Constituents
Daily Regional Power Supply Position
Transmission Elements Outage Status
Generating Units Outage Status
Fog Report before 20 Dec 2011
Frequency Profile in NR
Shdl vs Act drawal of states in NR
Weather Forecast Details
Largest in geographical area amongst the five regions covering 30.7% of the area and 28% of the country’s population.
Largest number of constituents (9 states/UT’s, 3 Central Generating Companies, one Central Transmission Utility and Bhakra Beas Management Board).
Largest sized hydro unit (250 MW at Nathpa Jhakri) in the country.
Establishment of the first super thermal power station (Singrauli STPS) and 400 kV transmission system in the country.
Establishment of the first High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) long distance transmission system in the country (2x750 MW, + 500 kV Rihand-Dadri HVDC bipole).
First HVDC back-to-back interconnection with Western Region (2x250 MW back-to-back HVDC station at Vindhyachal).
First 400 kV Static Var Compensators (SVC’s) in the country (2x + 140 MVAR SVC at Kanpur).
Largest capacity of combined cycle gas power stations amongst the five regions (2939.50 MW) located along the 700 Kms. long Hazira-Bijaipur-Jagdishpur (HBJ) natural gas pipeline of GAIL.
Reliability, Security and Economy in Power Transmission
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