Gis benefits, Electrical Engineering

GIS Benefits:

  • Improving financial viability.
  • Reduction of T&D losses.
  • Improving customer satisfaction.
  • Raising reliability of power supply.
  • Improving quality of supply.
  • Systems approach with GIS.
  • Transparency through computerization.

 

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