While smart grids enable the successful integration of renewable energy into the electric power network and effectively improve network efficiency and stability, there is no one-size-fits-all solution.
"Vendors must collaborate closely with utilities and actively experiment with various solutions, installing sensors and monitors at substation transformers and poles. Resorting to pay-as-you-go meters instead of selling off-the-shelf solutions is another option," noted Wang. "They need to examine and enhance existing infrastructure, including automating networks using supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) and communication systems."
Installing these systems with the latest developments in monitoring and communications will yield returns and ensure market survival.
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