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Smart Grid : A state of art
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*ELECTRIC POWER AND POWER TRANSMISSION.
*PRESENT ONE-WAY ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION SYSTEM.
*A WAY TO DO MORE WITH LESS .
*MODERN UPDATED AND SMART TRANSMISSION SYSTEM.

*ELECTRIC POWER AND POWER TRANSMISSION.
*PRESENT ONE-WAY ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION SYSTEM.
*A WAY TO DO MORE WITH LESS .
*MODERN UPDATED AND SMART TRANSMISSION SYSTEM.

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  1. 1. SMART GRID D E B A S I S M O H A N T Y R O L L - 1 4 0 2 0 0 8 1 S E C T I O N - E E ( B 2 )
  2. 2. • INTRODUCTION • DEMAND AND CONSUMPTION • WHAT IS SMART GRID?? • COMPARISON • SMART GRID COMPONENTS • WHY SMART GRID?? • OUR IDEA • AGENDA SMART GRID TECHNOLOGY
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION • ELECTRIC POWER AND POWER TRANSMISSION. • PRESENT ONE-WAY ELECTRIC TRANSMISSION SYSTEM. • A WAY TO DO MORE WITH LESS . • MODERN UPDATED AND SMART TRANSMISSION SYSTEM.
  4. 4. INDIA’S ELECTRICITYNEEDS DEMAND – 210000 Mega-Watt(approx.) (Central Energy Authority(CEA)– Ministry of Power) PRODUCTION – 182,200 Mega-Watt(MW) INSTALLED CAPACITY – 225,133 Mega-Watt(MW) (Central Energy Authority(CEA)– Ministry of Power) DEFICIT – 10.2%
  5. 5. WHAT IS SMART GRID?? It is an electric grid that uses information and communication technology to gather data and act on information about the behaviour of suppliers and consumers in an automated fashion. Hence Smart Grid is a generic label for the application of computer, intelligence and networking abilities to the existing electricity distribution systems.
  6. 6. COMPARISON
  7. 7. TWO -WAY INTERACTIONSYSTEM
  8. 8. SMARTGRID COMPONENTS  SMART METER  PHASOR MEASUREMENT  INFORMATION TRANSFER  DISTRIBUTED GENERATION
  9. 9. SMARTMETERS  RECOGNIZES AND DETAILS ELECTRIC CONSUMPTION  RELAYS INFORMATION TO CENTRAL MONITORING STATIONS  WILL REPLACE TRADITIONAL METERS  POWER OUTRAGE NOTIFICATION AND POWER QUALITY MONITORING  TIME OF DAY CHARGES.
  10. 10. WHY SMARTGRID??  REDUCE CARBON FOOT-PRINTS  IMPROVE DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT AND DECISION SUPPORT SOFTWARE  SELF-HEALING  AUTOMATED CONTROL FOR DISTRIBUTION  SENSING AND MEASUREMENT TECHNOLOGIES  INCREASED EFFICIENCY
  11. 11. WORKINGOF SMARTGRID
  12. 12. THE IDEA
  13. 13. What Could DetailedAndSpecific Power Usage Information Reveal??  Do you have children? Do you leave them at home alone?  What hours do you work?  How frequently you wash your clothes ?  Do you cook your meals in the microwave or on the stoves?  Do you have ever thought of smart appliances?
  14. 14. POWERMANAGEMENTAPP
  15. 15. SELF-HEALING
  16. 16. Feeding Renewable and Regenerative Power back to the Grid. •Regenerative Power developed can be delivered to other trains (if present) on the section or sent back to the grid. BRAKING (Regenerative power stored) ACCELARATING (stored energy is delivered) •Renewable energy to put energy on to the grid and optimize it for usage.
  17. 17. AGENDA  SMART GRID IMPROVES EXISTING ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE  RELIABILITY, EFFICIENCY, ECONOMICALLY, ENVIRONMENTALLY  DISTRIBUTED GENERATION  SMART METERS • DEVELOPMENT OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND MARKETS.  HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT  POWER MANAGEMENT APP  REGENERATIVE POWER  POWER ACCOUNT
  18. 18. ANY QUERIES ??

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