SMART GRID: THE INTERNET OF ENERGY WILL BE THE FOCUS OF THE NEXT NEW HORIZONS IN ENGINEERING DISTINGUISHED LECTURESHIP SERIES AT CLARKSON
- Mar 15, 2023 12:09 pm GMT
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Smart grid is a term applied to an emerging generation of the electricity grid in which a cyber-infrastructure of computers, networks, sensors, and controls, is overlaid on the electromechanical infrastructure of the traditional grid. This transformation aims to make the grid more efficient and secure, to allow for the integration of renewable energy sources and distributed storage capabilities, and to give consumers a greater role in managing their energy resources.
This talk will describe this so-called "internet of energy", beginning with a brief introduction to how electric energy is currently produced and distributed, followed by an overview of emerging and possible future smart grid technologies, including their potential impact on our energy infrastructure and some challenges associated with their introduction.
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