The future power grid must be safe, cost-effective, and ecologically friendly, which can be combined with the help of ideas, clever solutions, and innovative technologies to provide better solutions. Innovative HVDC (High-Voltage Direct Current Transmission) and FACTS (Flexible AC Transmission Systems) systems can meet the emerging challenges. The vision and upgrade strategy for future power networks are described, for example, in the “Smart Grids” programme established inside the European Technology Platform. Growth in HVDC transmission, particularly the potential of multi-terminal HVDC transmission systems, necessitates technological improvements such as HVDC-GIS, rapid, discriminating protection systems, and new control philosophies to accommodate increased integration of AC & DC systems.
It is worth noting that the smart grid vision is also applicable to system advances in other parts of the world. A more liberalised market will boost the identification and development of trading opportunities. Smart grids will become an essential solution to the increasing environmental, social, and political demands on energy supply, requiring utility providers to rely on transmission and distribution solution providers to keep up with the rate at which demands change and consistently provide utilities without hassle.
At this stage, a wide range of Transmission and Distribution Solutions Providers are entering the market with a suite of modern and integrated products. Utilities Tech Outlook Europe has created a list of the major firms in the area to assist companies in navigating the best-of-breed providers. This edition also includes thought leadership from subject-matter experts, real-life stories on building strong partnerships, and special insights from CIOs and CXOs. We believe that this edition will aid you in selecting the best Transmission and Distribution Solutions Providers based on your needs.
We present to you Utilities Tech Outlook Europe’s “Top 10 Transmission and Distribution Solutions Providers for Utilities in Europe – 2022.”