EnSMART-Real Time Energy Monitoring


Due to emerging developments and growing demands Electricity has become the priority for both Domestic and Non-Domestic Sector. In many developing countries, economic growth is hampered by inadequate and irregular supplies of electricity. However, there are many countries (like India) who are self sufficient in the Electricity Generation but are still not able to provide uninterrupted power supply. The major reason for such significant losses are High Technical and Non-Technical losses during power transmission.  Technical losses are mainly because of power supply dissipation due to faulty transmission and distribution lines, measurement systems and transformers. These faults and losses can be minimized using the fast developing technology. However, there are other kinds of losses which are caused deliberately by humans for the sake of illegal access to the power distribution. This is nothing but power theft.  DISCOMs are losing billions of dollars because of power theft resulting in un-billed consumption and illegal power usages. Most of the DISCOMs are under huge losses because of commercial losses.


ABHARTECH has developed a SMART DEVICE – EnSMART which is an Innovative IoT solution that enables customers to track energy consumption on Real-Time basis without tampering the existing installed Meters. EnSmart is NOT a Smart Meter but provide the necessary information & perform certain functions at a lower cost. It  can easily track any unusually High-Usage, Leakages & Pilferage. This SMART solution is coupled with a Mobility Solution which provides Consumption related Analytics to the consumers and also show relevant tips about Energy Conservation.

How it Works

EnSMART is Integrated with ABHARTECH’s SmartEU solution as well and can easily provide real time consumption details to the consumers and DISCOMs. Apart from the Domestic and Industrial consumers this device can also Measure and Monitor the energy consumption for Solar Pumps which work on “Pulse Width Modulation” or PWM signals