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A complete guide to smart grid networking and communications for energy engineers Smart Grid Infrastructure & Networkingdescribes network technologies for smart grids, including details on standardization, applications, protocols, wireless, wireline, and fiber optic communications. Architecture, management, and other topics are also discussed. Smart grids have the potential to reduce carbon dioxide emissions through the integration of renewable energy resources, energy storage, and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. They can increase the reliability of the electricity supply and render the utilization of power generation stations and electricity transport infrastructure more efficient by enabling dynamic pricing and demand/response strategies. Smart Grid Infrastructure & Networkingcovers Network technologies for smart grids Key developments that have emerged in recent years: communication and sensing technologies and advanced components Potential for new technologies and markets Comprehensive coverage Historical and future developments in the energy sector; Smart grid communications and standardization; Smart grid applications in energy generation and transmission; Smart grid applications, from energy distribution to customer; Sensing, automation, and control protocols; Wireless communications for smart grids; Wireline communications for smart grids; Fiber optical communications for smart grids; Interoperability and routing between communications technologies; Smart grid management and architecture (cyber security); Next-generation smart grid control centers; Smart grid case studies and field trials
Table of Contents
Ch 1. Historical & Future Developments in the Energy Sector Ch 2. Smart Grid Communications & Standardization Ch 3. Smart Grid Applications in Energy Generation and Transmission Ch 4. Smart Grid Applications from Energy Distribution to Customer Ch 5. Sensing, Automation, and Control Protocols Ch 6. Wireless Communications for Smart Grids Ch 7. Wireline Communications for Smart Grids Ch 8. Fiber Optical Communications for Smart Grids Ch 9. Interoperability and Routing between Communications Technologies Ch 10. Smart Grid Management and Architecture (Cyber Security) Ch 11. Next-Generation Smart Grid Control Centers Ch 12. Smart Grid Case Studies and Field Trials