The edge of the grid and the rise of low voltage distribution automation
Surging demands, unpredictable generation from renewable sources, volatile energy costs, and the emergence of electric vehicles are all real factors threatening to cause grid instability. To continue to deliver high-quality and reliable service, utilities around the world want to know how to better anticipate and diagnose potential problems at the edge faster. At Echelon's Smart Energy Conference, Poul Berthelsen of NRGi, Oliver Bustall of GridKey, Bastien Fischer of Oracle, Per Joergensen of Eltel, Marcos Rizzo of ELO, and Antonio Tortolero of Telvent joined our Michael Anderson on stage to discuss the promise of low voltage distribution automation, identifying real problems at the edge today.
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