Power Distribution & Transmission

Elint Power

ELint Power® is designed and developed specifically for power distribution companies and their power distribution franchisees to improve their customer care operational efficiency, to reduce AT&C losses and increase Profitability.

This is unique product developed by the elink team with experts from utility industry and in-depth knowledge of the power distribution sector. We are confident that this product will help the power distribution utility organizations to improve their profitability, optimize operational efficiency, increase customer satisfaction and loyalty.

The Product has been successfully managing Business of Power Distribution Franchisees across the Country from the last 5 years. Today, Efficiently managing around 10,00,000 (One Million) consumers Pan India every month.

Substation Automation Solutions

Substation automation solutions provide customers with the control and automation functions needed to build a smarter, more reliable power grid. Our solutions deliver a smart, cost-effective, short-cycle solution for digitized substations that are scalable to meet the varying needs of utilities across the globe

Electric utilities and independent power producers are under increasing pressure to ensure their grids remain reliable over a wide range of operating conditions and to extend the operating life of key assets. Substation automation systems offer a seamless and scalable solution for automating and providing visibility to power system networks. Led by our team of seasoned industry experts, we can develop, integrate and deliver a complete automation system that is tailored to a customer’s specific needs and requirements. Solutions we are able to provide can be as straightforward as developing a local substation HMI to creating a complex solution that is integrated with SCADA or DCS systems and able to provide Fault Diagnostic capability, Asset predictive diagnostics, Load shedding, and Secure Engineering access


GIS has been very useful in the electrical power system. Problems of planning in distribution system can be solved by using new methods and specific techniques like GIS because of necessity of accurate up-to-date information of the network assets. GIS helps utilities discover new things about their investments and risks, and allows the simultaneous assessment of technical, financial, and environmental factors. GIS have been proven to be a workable system to connect database information such as billing, material account, distribution analysis and outage reporting in power utility. GISs are now being used widely for the mapping and modelling of utility network systems. With the help of GIS software changes in the network can be updated in less time and more accurate on a periodic basis. A wide range of solutions encompassing the entire business value chain in the power distribution sector has been provided by GIS. GIS is built from a mapping foundation and thus creates a visual interface to the data. In addition to normal database queries,

Information can be examined through a variety of spatial attributes such as distance, proximity, and elevation .GIS also helps with network routing which determines the optimal path that has the shortest and the fastest distance and minimum cost. The applications of GIS play an important role in modern power system planning, analysis and control. They are improving power system visualization by associating spatial data with transmission and other assets of the electrical network .The objective of this paper is to show the possible applications of GIS in electrical power system

Smart Metering

With demand for electric power constantly increasing, efficient energy distribution and management assume significance. Enabling the Smart Grid is the way forward to achieve an efficient and reliable electricity distribution system, reduce energy costs, enable demand-side management and cut carbon footprint. To realize the full potential of the Smart Grid, utilities need to adapt themselves by transforming their operational models, processes and systems. Successful implementation of the Smart Grid would depend on the deployment of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI)/ Automated Meter Reading (AMR) technology through smart metering solutions. As a result, utilities are increasingly opting for smart meters to streamline their operations and empower consumers to manage electricity usage.

Smart meters are critical components of the Smart Grid and enable two-way communication by interfacing remotely with the utility and deliver meter readings automatically. By providing detailed information about consumption patterns, smart meters allow consumers to make informed decisions to alter usage and lower electricity bills. Smart meters allow utilities to better monitor the electric system through demand-side management and demand response to reduce peak loads, remote connect-disconnect option, fraud detection and prevention of outages.