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Smart grids: the electricity grid revolution

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Smart grids arise from the need to adapt traditional electricity grids to the new demands of the present. The answer to these new needs lies in the development of Smart grids, a revolutionary technology that goes beyond a simple evolution, radically transforming the distribution and consumption of electrical energy.

They integrate state-of-the-art elements that enable more efficient and flexible energy management. From real-time monitoring to the integration of renewable sources and the active participation of users, these smart grids open up a new horizon in the energy landscape.

4 key technologies of Smart grids

  • Smart meters: monitor consumption in real time and allow two-way communication between the user and the electricity company.
  • Automation: enables remote management and control of the electricity grid, including fault detection and correction.
  • Advanced communications: facilitates the exchange of information between all actors in the electricity system, such as users, electricity companies and renewable energy suppliers.
  • Big Data: the analysis of data collected by Smart grids enables smart decisions to be made about grid management and energy consumption.

The role of Smart grids in companies

Reducing energy costs: they can help companies to significantly reduce their energy costs.
Improving operational efficiency: smart energy management can improve the operational efficiency of businesses.
Compliance with environmental regulations: they help companies comply with increasingly stringent environmental regulations.
Development of new products and services: open the door to new products and services related to energy efficiency and demand-side management.
Strategic positioning in the energy market of the future: companies that adopt Smart grids will be better positioned to compete in the energy market of the future.

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