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HONEYWELL AND TPDDL DEPLOY FIRST

• Project Connects More Than 160Commercial and Industrial Facilities to T rim Energy Use and Costs, and Help further Improve Supply Efficiency • Broad Adoption of T echnology Could Cut Peak Electricity Consumption in India by Almost 7 P ercent 2015. This year also marks the Company’s 150th anniversary which will be recognized as part of certain events during the two day forum. GSF will include more than 40 demonstrations of products and technologies, covering all major gear production processes addressing a wide variety of industry needs. The event will be a c c o mp a n i e d b y p r e s e n t a t i o n s f r o m international industry experts who will present their research in a wide range of gear-related subj ect s r el ev ant t o gear des i gn and manufacturing. The Gear Solutions Forum is a unique educational opportunity , giving visitors an unusually in-depth look at many of the advanced new technologies that will shape the future of gear manufacturing. Demonstrations and presentations will cover bevel gear technologies for spiral and straight bevel gears, including grind from solid and SmartLap corrective lapping. For cylindrical gears, live exhibits will include high speed hobbing, power skiving, grinding and optimum processing of large gears both on dedicated gear machines and five axis machining centers. There will also be a series of inspection and measurement technologies for all types of gears and sizes including single flank roll testing, analytical gear i n s p e c t i o n a n d s u r f a c e r o u g h n e s s measurement. In addition, there will be a focus on the heat treatment of gears, quick change workholding solutions and a look at the future digital factory for gear production. The event will also feature a variety of partners and technology providers to the gear industry covering areas such as software, coatings, heat treatment, machining solutions and more. The last GSF which took place in April 2014 at the Gleason-Pfauter facility in Ludwigsburg, Germany attracted approximately 600 visitors from 30 countries over a three day period. John J. Perrotti, President and Chief Executive Officer of Gleason Corporation, commented that “The Gear Solutions Forum has truly evolved into the global gear industry ’s most comprehensive educational event of the year . We anticipate response to our first ever GSF in the United States in September , in conjunction with our 150th anniversary , to be a fantastic experience for all gear enthusiasts and look forward to welcoming guests from across the globe.” T o register for the Gear Solutions Forum visit https://www .etouches.com/gleasongsf2015 Gleason Corporation’s mission is to be The T otal Gear Solutions Provider™ to its global customer base. Gleason is a leader in the development, manufacture and sale of gear production machi ner y and r el at ed equi pment and automation solutions. The Company’s products are used by customers in automotive, truck, a i r c r a f t , a g r i c u l t u r e , mi n i n g , e n e r g y, construction, power tool and marine industries and by a diverse set of customers serving various industrial equipment markets. Gleason has manufacturing operations in the United States, Germany , Switzerland, India, China and Japan, and has sales and service offices throughout North and South America, Europe and in the Asia-Pacific region. NEWS U P D A T E More information about Gleason Corporation is available at http://www .gleason.coNew Delhi, May 20, 2015 – Honeywell (NYSE: HON) and T ata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (TPDDL) today announced that they have successfully implemented the first ever Automated Demand Response (ADR) project for commercial and industrial facilities in India. TPDDL will use Honeywell technology and services to link more than 160 buildings in its distribution network, and call for temporary reductions in energy use when demand threatens to outpace supply in grid stress conditions. This includes power ma n a g e me n t d u r i n g p e r i o d s o f p e a k consumption, as well as other grid emergency situations. ADR gives the grid operator a new domestic resource to help alleviate stress on transmi ssi on and di stri buti on l i nes, and improve supply efficiency . Given the gap between the power required for homes and businesses in India, and what utilities can produce, many cities across the country face severe brownouts and blackouts. The demand for electricity in Delhi, for example, has almost doubled over the past decade. With nearly 50 percent of the country's peak load tied to commercial and industrial sites, the ability to adjust related energy use is critical. Grid operators like TPDDL can use ADR to help reduce peak load in a facility by 15 percent on average, creating a “virtual power plant” that generates “megawatts” or reduced demand. The project will give TPDDL the ability to reduce approxi matel y 11. 5 megawat ts of peak demand. However , if the same technology were deployed in all buildings in India, electricity consumption could drop an estimated 10.5 gigawatts, close to 7 percent of the peak energy currently required nationwide. “This is a significant initiative — one that supports our mission to build a resourceefficient, environmentally friendly electrical grid,” said Mr . P raveer Sinha, CEO & ED of T ata . Power Delhi Distribution Limited. “We are committed to making this deployment a success, and finding new opportunities to extend ADR to other customers, thus playing a role in helping to meet Delhi's energy needs. We believe our steps in this direction will also encourage other Indian utilities to adopt smart grid technology for efficient operations. ” H i g h - e n d c o mme r c i a l a n d i n d u s t r i a l consumers in the TPDDL terri tory wi th individual connected load of more than 100 Kilo Volt Amps (kV A) volunteered for the project. As they signed up, Honeywel l and TPDDL conducted site audits, and worked with the building owners and operators to identify and implement changes to help temporarily trim consumption. Conservation measures include turning off commercial and industrial loads like banks of motors, pumps, fans and condensers for a short period. TPDDL is using Honeywell's software as a s e r v i c e ( S a a S ) a n d s m a r t meters to communicate with the building systems at the parti ci pati ng si tes, and automatically apply the load-shed measures when t he gr i d i s ov er bur dened. By par t i ci pat i ng, commer ci al and i ndust r i al customers can cut their energy use and costs wi t hout compr omi si ng oper at i ons. The collective decrease in consumption gives the grid operator more tools to balance supply and demand, and help avoid power disruptions. In addition, ADR helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions and the need to run expensive peaking plants, which typically sit idle until customers require more electricity than the utility is able to provide using its primary , baseload generators. “TPDDL is steering the country toward a smarter , more dynamic electrical grid where utilities and their customers collaborate to solve broad challenges,” said Anant Maheshwari, president, Honeywell India. “This project will

 
     
 
   
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