Intelligent transition from a traditional one-way distribution system to a fully controllable and flexible power grid allowing for integration of distributed energy resources requires significant investments and industry insights.
At this year’s smart grid technical forum SGTech Europe 2015, more than 250 energy professionals will come together to share latest project experiences and technological innovations to support the industry’s drive towards the smart grid.
In the town of Wendlingen in Baden-Württemberg, the very first Landis+Gyr GM-EEG (S750) grid modules were installed in August this year. These modules were developed in cooperation with EnBW, Netze BW’s parent company, in order to meet the needs of decentralized renewable energy sources from 100kW to 1MW.
Landis+Gyr extends its portfolio to include a smart metering solution that runs on G3 PLC technology.
Landis+Gyr started technology field tests with G3 PLC at the beginning of 2015 in Norway and Switzerland. Today, results show that the technology is ready for rollout.
Landis+Gyr has developed an intelligent, multi-functional grid module in cooperation with EnBW.