Smart Grid

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Member States must ensure the reliability and stability of electricity networks and the quality of the power supply in the presence of a growing share of renewable energy plants connected to the grid. In addition, Member States must ensure that Renewable Energy Sources (RES) plants will have priority or guaranteed access to electricity grids, and that they will receive appropriate treatment when it comes to bearing the costs of network upgrades and extensions.
Post date: 13 Sep 2013
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Post date: 6 Nov 2012
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Energy storage, decentralised energy generation and smart grids are multi-faceted subjects offering a great deal of scope for research. To anyone who starts working in the field it soon becomes even clearer. It is not surprising that there are professors specialising in smart grids. The term ‘smart grid’ is sometimes considered to be a buzz-word or a hyped-up subject. It is an umbrella term for something that is difficult to define and as with every innovation or transition there is a lot involved.
Post date: 6 Nov 2012
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Post date: 29 Oct 2012
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Post date: 27 Aug 2012
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Post date: 22 Apr 2012
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