Smart Grids and the Renewable Energy Component
A twentieth- first century grid cannot be built on a twentieth century electric grid. Smart grid has undertaken the promise of incredible advances in innovation, provision of jobs, wealth creation, cleaner environment and, consumer empowerment. Smart grid can be defined as the sum of concerted efforts to advance existing technologies; Integrating operations and IT to achieve higher utility,...
Published at CU-Icadi Conference Proceedings
Published in 2015
Omotosho T.V; Abodunrin T.J; Achuka J.A; Olawole O.C
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