Smart Grid - Definition, glossary, details
Smart grid refers to the new energy grid technology that provide
utilities, grid operators and energy consumers with real time information on
energy use and the ability to automatically manage energy supply and demand.
Advanced smart grids allow energy users to reduce pressure on the grid
by automatically turning off non-essential and high energy consuming systems
like washing machine, electric car rechargers during peak demand hours.
It is also known as ‘energy internet’ and they are regarded as essential
to improving energy efficiency.
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