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 last year’s smart grid technical forum SGTech Europe 2015, more than 250 energy professionals came together to share latest project experiences and technological innovations to support the industry’s drive towards the smart grid.
Landis+Gyr’s smart grid experts presented the company’s MV/LV monitoring and control solutions at SGTech Europe. Designed to retrofit and digitize energy network in a cost-effective way, the monitoring and control solutions merge existing and new power infrastructure into the SCADA and other operational systems to deliver true distribution intelligence.
Increasing grid visualization enables utilities to better detect, analyze and eliminate bottlenecks in the distribution network.
Reduce operational costs and improve system reliability with control and automation through real-time data acquisition and communication.
Improved asset and loss management ensures a more efficient and resilient grid and a CO2 footprint reduction.
Real-time data management and control of renewable generation help eliminate system unbalances and deliver a more reliable power grid of the future.
SGTech Europe is the premier European ‘implementation’ focused smart grid technical conference for electric utility Substation Automation, SCADA & Control Room, Telecom, and Cyber-Security professionals. Drawing together over 250 smart grid technical professionals, this multi-conference program presents more than 40 utility case studies, in 4 focused tracks (IntelliSub, NextGen SCADA, UtiliNet and SmartSec).