UCLA professor develops smart grid technology to tackle energy shortage

March 7, 2016
Rajit Gadh, director of the UCLA Smart Grid Energy Research Center, is in charge of developing a new energy distribution network called smart grid technology.
Rajit Gadh, director of the UCLA Smart Grid Energy Research Center, is in charge of developing a new energy distribution network called smart grid technology.
Alejandra Reyes-Velarde / Daily Bruin senior staff

Rajit Gadh (Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering) is spearheading the development of a new energy distribution network, called smart grid technology. He intends to improve the technology in India through a new partnership between the Smart Grid Energy Research Center and an energy distribution company in New Delhi, UCLA officials announced Jan. 29.

Source: UCLA professor develops smart grid technology to tackle energy shortage Daily Bruin, 7 March 2016

Additional coverage about Rajit Gadh’s work with energy distribution in India:

UCLA researchers to help Tata Power in India deliver energy more efficiently UCLA Newsroom, 29 Feb. 2016