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    New e-book: Smart grid solutions

    Utilities must adapt smart grids to thrive in a decarbonized, digitized and decentralized world. Read how this will change the way we think about energy and how innovations, like EcoStruxure Grid, can provide a solution.

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    2050: carbon-neutral FUTURE

    Accelerating towards a carbon-neutral FUTURE is a bold ambition. Even more so when providing millions with clean energy means upgrading an aging national grid. Enel ensures success using Schneider EcoStruxure™ Grid.

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    Address Your Challenges

    EcoStruxure™ for Electricity Companies

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    The Digital Grid: Unleashed

    The changes to the energy industry are both inevitable and radical. This free report offers recommendations for addressing the needs of a growing worldwide population while simultaneously tackling today’s priority of decarbonising global energy markets. > Read our report on The Digital Grid

    EcoStruxure™ Success Stories

    • Enel - Empowering a bright, connected future On their move towards a carbon-neutral FUTURE, Enel is upgrading the ageing network and ensuring success with EcoStruxure™ Grid. See how
    • South Australia Power Networks - Facing the storm Schneider Electric partners with SA Power Networks to battle the most extreme environmental conditions. Discover more
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    Best Practices for Creating Your Smart Grid Network Model

    A real-time model of their distribution network enables utilities to implement Smart Grid strategies such as managing demand and integrating renewable energy sources. They build this model in an Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) based on accurate and up-to-date information of the distribution network infrastructure. Yet, a recent survey shows that less than 5% of utilities are confident about the quality of the network data. This paper discusses best practices for ensuring complete, correct and current data for a Smart Grid network model. Read more
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