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Smart Grid

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Julian Opdenplatz

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Transcript of Smart Grid

Hey, who turned out the lights?
You forgot to
pay your bills
Something crashed your power supply
Blackout
The Smart Grid
presented to you by Julian Opdenplatz
it will approximately take 15 minutes
Questions at the end
Table of contents
What is Smart Grid?
Realization
Path to the future
Conclusion
What is Smart Grid?
evolved Grid System
(advanced infrastructure)
manages
electricity demand
facilitates integration of all involved
easier implementation of "green energy"
Smart Grid
outside influences
mother natures bad mood
outdated Grid
Realization
we want
evaluate congestion
grid stability
monitor equipment health
energy theft prevention
sensors and measurement
Technologies
replace fossil energy sources
Smart Grid Prototype Wachtendonk
why Wachtendonk?
active features
analysis
advanced microprocessor meters (smart meter)
time-of-use and real-time pricing tools
wide-area monitoring systems
contributes to increase system reliability
bidirectional power supply lines
future perks
self healing
controlling peak times
consumer involvement
Path to the future
Obstacles
social acceptance
money
security vulnerabilities
loss of privacy
Conclusion
Smart Grid provides:
reliability
sustainability
flexibility
technological improvements
no change

back to stone age
Sources
http://new.abb.com/smartgrids/what-is-a-smart-grid
http://sgc2013.arizona.edu/
http://www.fiercesmartgrid.com/story/computational-intelligence-key-making-smart-grids-really-smart/2013-10-09
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smart_grid
http://greenangelenergy.ca/rev-technologies-smart-grid-vehicle-grid/
http://www.siemens.com/innovation/de/news/2013/inno_1304_2.htm
http://www.cleanthinking.de/wachtendonk-siemens-und-swk-bauen-smart-grid/
http://blogs.btk-fh.de/ubiqint/?p=1107
http://opt-4.org/smart-meters/
http://www.srpnet.com/electric/home/smartmeterbenefits.aspx
http://www.gridtech.eu/project-scope/technologies/12-technologies/23-wams-wide-area-monitoring-system
http://www.creditcards.com/credit-card-news/images/late-payments-env.jpg
https://www.planet-wissen.de/natur_technik/wald/waldsterben/img/portraet_waldsterb_kyrill_g.jpg
http://www.azosensors.com/images/news/NewsImage_2602.jpg
http://www.element14.com/community/docs/DOC-48809/l/sentient-energy-silver-spring-s-quiet-grid-sensor-partner
http://www.cleanenergyservicesllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/renewable-sources-energy.gif



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