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Power plant operators,Advisory Project Manager

Chennai, TN
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255,000 To 265,000 Monthly
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DUTIESPower plant operators, distributors, and dispatchers typically do the followingControl power-generating equipment which may use any one type of fuel, such as coal, nuclear fuel, or natural gasRead charts, meters, and gauges to monitor voltage and electricity flowsCheck equipment and indicators to detect evidence of operating problemsAdjust controls to regulate the flow of powerStart or stop generators, turbines, and other equipment as necessaryElectricity is one of our nations most vital resources. Power plant operators, distributors, and dispatchers control power plants and the flow of electricity from plants to substations, which distribute electricity to businesses, homes, and factories. Electricity is generated from many sources, including coal, gas, nuclear energy, hydroelectric energy (from water sources), and wind and solar power.Nuclear power reactor operators control nuclear reactors. They adjust control rods, which affect how much electricity a reactor generates. They monitor reactors, turbines, generators, and cooling systems, adjusting controls as necessary. Operators also start and stop equipment and record the data. They may need to respond to abnormalities, determine the cause, and take corrective action.Power distributors and dispatchers, also known as systems operators, control the flow of electricity as it travels from generating stations to substations and users by monitoring and operating current converters, voltage transformers, and circuit breakers over a network of transmission and distribution lines. They prepare and issue switching orders to route electrical currents around areas that need maintenance or repair. They must detect and respond to emergencies, such as transformer or transmission line failures which can cause cascading power outages over the network of transmission and distribution lines they control.Power plant operators control, operate, and maintain machinery to generate electricity. They use control boards to distribute power among generators and regulate the output from several generators. They monitor instruments to maintain voltage and electricity flows from the plant to meet consumer demand for electricity, which fluctuates throughout the day
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