- The electrical power system of a country generally consists of generators, high voltage transmission lines that stretch hundreds of miles followed by distribution lines that span millions of miles in order to serve a range of consumers.
- Existing grid infrastructure employs non-ecofriendly equipment that leads to GHG emissions followed by over voltage, phase imbalance and harmonic pollution issues.
- Modernization of the grid will utilize the solid-state technologies that in turn are expected to not only streamline the power system operations, but also to assist countries in reducing their carbon footprint.
The electrical power system of a country generally consists of generators, high voltage transmission lines that stretch hundreds of miles, followed by distribution lines that span millions of miles in order to serve a range of consumers. Along with generators, transmission and distribution lines electrical power system comprises of substations as well, and they act as a critical interconnection among generation, transmission, distribution, and consumers.
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