The smart grid is the response from utilities to European energy policy designed to promote a carbon-independent society. The smart grid is a transformed power system that can accommodate a large penetration of distributed renewables, system flexibility and consumer participation in markets by combining information and communications technology (ICT) with existing and innovative energy infrastructure. Because of the differences in network architecture, applied technologies, type and nature of generators and consumers at each of the various voltage levels, bespoke network solutions will be required at each of the voltage hierarchies.

Landis+Gyr at SGTech Europe 2015

This white paper presents:

1. Use cases in:

  • Fault and Outage Management
  • Network Quality and Efficiency
  • Asset Management – Network Planning
  • Distributed Renewable Energy and Low-Carbon Technology Integration

2. IT/OT Integration

3. Privacy and Security

White Paper: How smart grids lead to IT/OT convergence