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While we talk about DER (Distributed Energy Resources), this concept is in continuous discussion in recent years across the electricity market worldwide. What is DER?DER is a digitally integrated small or medium-sized power resources that are installed directly near the point of consumption and also can potentially provide power to the grid. 

Solar on the roof, a clean energy solution for the mass people. This could be the main power resource for DER in rural as well as in urban India.

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Matt Chester on Jun 17, 2021

Have you seen talk of virtual power plants and aggregation of load shifting in any parts of India, or is all the focus still on getting more generation on the grid before considering those types of programs? 

DEBASIS GUPTA on Jun 21, 2021

I have not seen any talk on virtual plants yet. So far the main focus is on grid generation. I think it will take some more time to look at it.

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