We envision a drastically different electric grid than what exists today, one with efficient markets, idealized grid-pervasive demand-response, rapid real-time end-point control, smart peripheries and fully coordinated networks of microgrids, synergistic electrified transportation, green and automated distribution systems and efficient AC-DC transmission systems. That kind of grid will effectively and securely meet demands of a pervasively digital society in the face of extreme events and climate change while ensuring a high quality of life and fueling economic growth.
Harmonizing Edison and Tesla with HVDC and Microgrids
Posted: 13 Nov 2013
Authors:Dr. Massoud Amin
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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