Smart Energy Grids: Integrating Advanced Technologies into Core Electrical Systems

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Mahesh A. Bhandari
Prema S. Kadam


For the growth of smart energy grids, it is now necessary to include cutting edge technologies in basic electricity systems. The goal of this paradigm change is to make power networks more reliable, efficient, and long-lasting. To make the switch to smart energy grids, many different types of technology must be combined, like Internet of Things (IoT) devices, sensors, and communication networks. These parts make real-time tracking and data collection easier, so grid workers can quickly make decisions based on accurate information. Smart meters allow for two-way contact between users and the grid, which creates an energy environment that is flexible and adaptable. Algorithms for machine learning are very important for figuring out how to best use energy, predicting problems, and keeping the grid stable. These programs help make forecast maintenance plans by looking at very large datasets. This cuts down on downtime and the overall cost of maintenance. In addition, smart grids make it easy to add green energy sources like solar and wind, which makes the energy mix more viable. In this trip of change, cybersecurity is the most important thing to think about, and strong steps have been taken to protect the stability of the grid against possible dangers. In the general, the economic effects are also talked about, with a focus on how smart grids can save money, make better use of resources, and help the economy as a whole. This paper talks about the many benefits of adding new technologies to basic electrical systems. It also welcomes a new era of smart energy grids that are strong, long-lasting, and able to adapt to the changing needs of a modern society.

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Bhandari, M. A., & Kadam, P. S. (2024). Smart Energy Grids: Integrating Advanced Technologies into Core Electrical Systems. Acta Energetica, (01), 25–34.