The ideal partner for the development of Smart Grid
A smart grid is an "intelligent power grid".
Its first characteristic is the ability to autonomously collect information regarding changes in operating conditions or parameters such as retention, the relative consumption of different nodes connected by the grid.
The second characteristic of Smart Grid: the ability to autonomously redistribute electricity among different connected nodes as needed.
To be able to realize a constant Smart Grid network requires the constant development of photovoltaic plants which produce energy, but it may happen that the plant produces more energy than it needs and the times when the production is completely zero.
Balancing the situation is essential to avoid energy waste and always have the right amount of energy available to power your home or business.
This is precisely where the smart Grid comes in, which helps to properly allocate the energy produced in excess or shortfall.
The benefits of the smart grid system
Certainly the first benefit to be highlighted is the decrease in the cost of energy, which falls exponentially due to both a lower amount of energy drawn from the external grid, in the case of domestic generation and storage, and due to the exchange enabled within local grids, with lower transport losses.
The environment also gains, as Smart Grids are key to greater deployment of renewable energy use, this promotes greater attention to the concept of sustainability.
A decentralized and distributed system based on the efficient management of energy production and distribution from renewable sources impacts the environment less.
Indeed, resource wastage will be less, as will harmful CO2 emissions.