Emergency Restoration System (ERS) – An indigenous technology for quick restoration of power.
Electricity is the backbone of the modern world. Electricity produced at power plants is transported over long distances through electric power transmission systems for eventual use by consumers. Transmission towers are the most vital component of the power transmission system. A transmission tower (also known as a power transmission tower, power tower, or electricity pylon) is a tall structure (usually a steel lattice tower) to support an overhead power line. In electrical grids, they carry high voltage transmission lines that transport bulk electric power from generating stations to electrical substations. The commonly seen utility poles are used to support lower-voltage sub-transmission and distribution lines that transport power from substations to electric customers.