Electrical Knowledge | Introduction to Smart Grid

Grid 2030″ by the US Department of Energy: A fully automated power transmission network, capable of monitoring and controlling each user and grid node, ensuring a two-way flow of information and electrical energy between all nodes throughout the transmission and distribution process from the power plant to the end user.

China Internet of Things School Enterprise Alliance: The smart grid consists of many parts and can be divided into: smart substations, smart distribution grids, smart energy meters, smart interactive terminals, smart dispatch, smart home appliances, smart buildings for electricity consumption, smart city grids, smart power generation systems, and new energy storage systems.

European Technology Forum: A power transmission network that can integrate all the actions of all users connected to the grid in order to efficiently provide continuous, economic and secure power.

State Grid China Electric Power Research Institute: A new type of grid based on the physical grid (China’s smart grid is based on a strong grid with extra-high voltage grid as the backbone and coordinated development of all voltage levels) and a high degree of integration of modern advanced sensing and measurement technology, communication technology, information technology, computer technology and control technology with the physical grid. It aims to fully meet the demand for electricity and optimise the allocation of resources, ensure the safety, reliability and economy of electricity supply, meet environmental constraints, ensure power quality and adapt to the development of the electricity market, to achieve a reliable, economic, clean and interactive power supply and value-added services to customers.

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