Optimizing Reliability and Sustainability: Smart Energy Integration in Core Systems

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Samit Shivadekar
Sunita Chaudhary


Adding smart energy systems to foundational infrastructure seems like a key way to build a strong and long-lasting future. Through the smooth merging of smart energy technologies into important core systems, this study looks into the many ways that dependability and sustainability can be improve. So that we can meet the growing need for energy while also minimizing our effect on the environment, we need new ideas that go beyond the usual ways of thinking. Specifically, our study looks at how smart energy technologies and key systems work together and how they can improve operating dependability and sustainability by working together. To make vital infrastructure more resilient, we look into how clever energy management, grid optimization, and local energy output could change things. We suggest a system for dynamic energy adaptation that uses real-time data analytics, machine learning algorithms, and advanced devices to make sure that usefulness stays the same while also leaving the smallest possible environmental impact. Also, the study looks closely at how smart energy integration can work economically and on a large scale, figuring out how it can help towns and businesses in the long run. Adopting smart energy solutions has real benefits, such as using less energy and putting out fewer greenhouse gases. Case studies and models show these benefits. When it comes to making energy systems that are stable and last a long time, the results show how important technology, policy frameworks, and teamwork between stakeholders are.

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Shivadekar, S., & Chaudhary, S. (2024). Optimizing Reliability and Sustainability: Smart Energy Integration in Core Systems. Acta Energetica, (01), 99–106. https://doi.org/10.52710/ae.508