Energy in the Future series: Smart Grids

A smart grid is an advanced electricity network based on digital technology that enables two-way power distribution between the grid and consumers, real-time monitoring of consumption at every point of the grid, and optimal use of distributed energy generation & storage. There are many key technologies that smart grids can utilise, including distributed generation, energy storage, smart meters, communication infrastructure & smart control systems.


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