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Avantha Group Co. CG, a company focused on the management and application of electrical energy, has opened a facility at the Global Village in Bangalore, India, for full-fledged manufacturing of smart grid devices.

CG says the smart grid facility will manufacture substation automation products, distribution automation devices, protection and control systems, advanced metering infrastructure and telecommunication solutions. The facility will also offer global engineering services, such as systems integration, installation and commissioning.

The company notes that the facility is fully equipped with modern equipment to ensure an annual production capacity of 10,000 units of power line carrier communication terminals and intelligent electronic devices.

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