As the traditional grid system is aging and barely keeps up with the growing electricity demand, the Indian government focus on adopting and integrating smart grid technology.
When traditional power plants only produced electricity, it was relatively simple to manage this balance. If electricity consumption varied, the volume of energy generated could be increased or reduced.
However, renewable energy sources are now playing an ever more significant role in energy generation. Yet, we can’t ask the sun to shine at night or the wind to blow when we need it. In other words, these renewable energy sources are variable.
It’s a bit like trying to keep the water level the same in a bath but with the plug pulled out and the tap running and with someone suddenly pouring in a bucket of water.
AmbiPower’s Smart grids solutions provide grids with sensors that gather and transmit data. This information makes it possible to adjust electricity flows automatically.
Utilities can be remotely informed of the situation in real-time and can act immediately if there is a problem.
AmbiPower’s Smart grids solutions are:
Better management leads to reduced costs.
The information is sent in real-time and the remote management of the grid, the risk of power failures and incidents is reduced.
they make it easier to manage variations in generation and consumption better.
All the different energy sources can be integrated into the grid. Thanks to interconnections between grids, consumers can also take advantage of renewable energy generated in large quantities
AmbiPower’s smart grid solutions allow a utility to assess system health significantly more detail than was previously possible. It can enable them to better predict and respond to sudden increases in demand, which can help to prevent blackouts. AmbiPower facilitates integrating power grid processes and systems to yield accurate, measurable value across the power delivery chain.
Remote terminal unit(RTU) is a microprocessor-controlled electronic device that interfaces objects in the physical world to a distributed control system or AMR system by transmitting telemetry data to a master system, and by using messages from the master supervisory system to control connected objects.
Data Extraction and Storage Unit (DESU) is the backbone of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) that helps in data acquisition, transfer of energy data to the central database, and automated meter reading in electronic energy meters.
RST device can capture ambient temperature of the IT rack and provide real time reports on the working condition of the routers. It can rest the power supply circuit of IT rack and RTU through SMS as well as LAN.