Smart Power Grid

November 2022
Quantum Computing Solves Power Grid Load Flow Problem

Researchers at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) have used quantum computing to solve the load flow problem

­  Our power grids are getting much more complex. Up until fairly recently the energy sources we used came mainly from fossil fuels. Those generators were mainly large and centralized. One power source was usually enough for an entire region and the power flow was only in a single direction. Now, wit
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Date:
11/16/2022
Advancements in Energy Storage System Capabilities

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Figure 1: Residential application

­Energy storage systems are used in a variety of renewable energy sources to store power and stabilize electrical performance. With the growth of interconnected systems as well as an increased focus on clean energy at both commercial and residential levels, these systems require increasingly rugged and capable
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Date:
11/09/2022