Smart Grids in Europe and APAC

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Smart grid is seen as ideal energy and power solution for the future. One of the main advantages of smart grid is that it enables participation of customers in power generation and also facilitates two way power flow instead of the traditional single directional flow of power. While energy storage and renewable sources have a prominent role to play, they have to be integrated properly to prevent voltage and frequency fluctuation. Development of standards is also a key trending area in the smart grid sector. European research institutes are involved in developing solutions related to control and communications along with their respective standards. Research toward cyber security is also gaining attention from governments and research institutes alike. Asia-Pacific has been actively seeking new strategies to address the ever rising demand for electricity and by means of which, smart grid deployment has moved into the spotlight. The smart grid market has had an encouraging start with the deregulation of the Japan electricity market, deployment of smart meters in South Korea, installation of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) in Philippines, home energy management systems in Singapore, and smart grid test-beds in Thailand.

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Keywords: Smart grids, Europe, APAC, cyber security, microgrid, smart meter, advanced metering infrastructure, AMI, renewable sources, renewable integration

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Smart Grids in Europe and APACSmart Grids in EuropeSecure and More Reliable Smart GridsSystem and Project Validation for Smart GridsCyber security for Smart GridsSmart Meter Data for Demand Response and Energy EfficiencyStrategic PerspectivesStrategic Perspectives (continued)Industry InteractionsSmart Grids in the APAC RegionSmart Grid Test-Bed ProjectAdvanced Distribution Management SystemPEA Pilot Smart GridSmart Grid City ProjectStrategic PerspectivesStrategic Perspectives (continued)Industry Contacts




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