Sunday, November 22, 2015

Worldwide smart grid

In order for a worldwide smart grid to be created, governments must invest in smart infrastructure. Most electricity grids rely on dirty fossil fuels and outdated equipment. A smart grid, on the other hand, uses state of the art technology to meet demand and to maximize efficiency. Essentially, the smart grid is an efficient, modern electrical grid. Utilities manage their electrical supply and productivity in a cost-effective way for them and customers benefit from a more efficient power system.



Utilities in a smart grid use 21st century systems to match power demand with energy supply. Intermittent energy sources, like wind and solar, can be used both more efficiently, and when they’re produced more, in a modern smart grid. When these systems are augmented with renewable energy storage, there is indeed a smarter grid...

 Please see: http://www.greencitytimes.com/Sustainability-News/smart-grid-overview.html for the whole article.




1 comment:

  1. Excellent article. Very interesting to read. I really love to read such a nice article. Thanks! keep rocking. Smart Grid

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