Connecting widely separated generation and loads by means of ultra-high-voltage transmission and adapting a relatively rigid generation structure to accommodate intermittent wind and solar necessarily take precedence in Chinese planning. But incorporation of digital communications into transmission also visualized under the rubric of what China is calling a "strong" smart grid.
China's Approach to the Smart Grid
Posted: 11 Jul 2011
Authors:Jinyu Wen and Haibo He
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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