Kauppalehti – the largest daily business newspaper in Finland – published an article of Emtele and our business endeavors in India on Thursday, 20 February 2020.

The article reports the major contract Emtele secured with Tata Power – one of the largest electricity distribution companies in India.

The Indian government has begun a nationwide electricity distribution network development project, aiming to install more than 300 million smart meters onto the network infrastructure to ensure better power availability and network reliability. The project is believed to be a game-changer for Indian distribution utilities which have suffered from large technical and operational challenges, causing approximately 20% revenue losses amongst distribution operators.

Emtele has stepped in to help Indian distribution system operators in bridging the gap and ensuring the network reliability and availability stays high. Emtele’s solutions, consisting of patented hardware and state-of-the-art automation solutions and customized analytics software, have attracted vast interest among Indian DSOs. Emtele has already started its first deliveries onto the Indian market and is looking to expand its endeavors with the large distribution companies in the developing subcontinent.

 

Emtele offers turnkey solutions for data management, data communications and remote monitoring fields in the energy sector. Through our expertise, our customers have been able to ensure network reliability, security and constant availability. We have built our solutions on top of the best available technologies, patented hardware and efficient software to serve the needs of our clientele. Our customers value our service orientation, whereby we guarantee reliability, availability and cost-efficiency:  through collaborating with us, you get the right solution to your challenge with no extra costs – through one service provider, one contract and one price!

For more information, please contact:

Hannu Martikainen, CEO
Emtele Ltd

hannu.martikainen@emtele.com
+358 40 062 2077