What is a Smart Grid?
A smart grid is an electrical grid that uses information and communications technology to gather and act on information about the behaviours of suppliers and consumers, in an automated fashion to improve the efficiency, reliability, economics, and sustain ability of the production and distribution of electricity.
Why using a Smart Grid?
Reliability, flexibility, efficiency, load adjustment, sustain ability and demand response are the main factors that allow a better control over the electrical energy parameters.
The AEL-FUSG. Final User Smart Grid Trainer, developed by EDIBON, reflects all these characteristics and will allow the user to carry out real appliances related to current Smart Grids.
The AEL-FUSG Trainer consists of three main trainers and a set of static and dynamic loads.
The complete system consist of:
a) AEL-FUSG-M. Final User Smart Grid - Smart Meter Trainer.
b) AEL-FUSG-E. Final User Smart Grid - Smart Energy Trainer.
c) AEL-FUSG-N. Final User Smart Grid - Net Metering Trainer.
d) AEL-FUSG-LO. Smart Grid Loads.
e) Optional accessories.