The power system infrastructures in Europe and the United States have attained a venerable age, and as a result, many components are due for replacement. At the same time, the way in which components are operated changes drastically in a smart grid setting. How then can we ensure sufficient reliability for the grid of tomorrow? We claim that operational monitoring of key components is a necessary requirement.
How Can We Profit from Operational Monitoring of Key Smart Grid Components?
Posted: 12 Jun 2012
Andrea Cavallini and Gian Carlo Montanari
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