Renewable Energy Integration in Core Electrical Infrastructure: A Smart Approach

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Nadica Stojanovic
M. Jahir Pasha


Renewable energy sources need to be deeply integrated into the heart of electricity infrastructure in order for energy systems to become more sustainable and durable. This essay takes a thorough look at the problems and chances that come with adding green energy sources to the current power grid. As the need to stop climate change grows, the focus is on building a strong system that makes sure green resources are used efficiently while keeping the grid stable and reliable. The first part of the study looks at some of the biggest technical problems, like intermittent power, variability, and grid compatibility that have made it hard for green energy sources to be easily added to the power grid in the past. The study suggests new ways to deal with these problems by using improved energy storage technologies, smart grid control systems, and better predicting methods. The paper also talks about the rules and regulations that are in place, emphasizing the need for flexible rules that encourage the use of green energy while also protecting the grid. The study also looks into the social and economic effects of using green energy, with a focus on creating jobs, getting people involved in the community, and growing the economy. It is also emphasized how important it is for public education and information efforts to help people feel good about using green energy.

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Stojanovic, N., & Pasha, M. J. (2024). Renewable Energy Integration in Core Electrical Infrastructure: A Smart Approach. Acta Energetica, (01), 56–66.