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Realistic challenges of the grand blueprint of smart electricity

smart electricity has a bright future, but it is also full of challenges. We should not underestimate the difficulties in all aspects, including investment, technology, and cooperation with it, telecommunications and regulatory authorities Sperman

at present, governments all over the world have begun to recognize the importance of smart electricity in promoting the development of low-carbon technologies, and increasingly regard smart electricity as a strategic infrastructure investment

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in the past few years, the focus of the global energy management department has changed significantly. As people pay more attention to climate change and low-carbon agenda, politicians try to find a balance between carbon emission reduction targets, energy supply security and consumer requirements

Accenture recently evaluated and investigated the pilot projects of smart electricity around the world. Statistics show that in the past year, China has invested $7.3 billion in smart power development, and the United States has also spent $4.5 billion in its fiscal stimulus plan on smart power construction. Therefore, the number of smart electricity pilot projects being implemented has increased significantly, and the industry estimates that there are about 90 around the world

there is no doubt that the software of various experimental machines professionally developed by Jinan new era assay instrument Co., Ltd. is a positive signal to promote the development of intelligent electricity. We note that some measures at the level of the power industry are being implemented, but how to mobilize the whole industry to meet the challenges of standards, interoperability, data confidentiality and data security still exist, because the costs involved in these projects and the benefits they have achieved are not always reflected in the same subject, or it is not reflected in the same time period

the development of smart electricity must have clear strategic objectives or administrative power. In some cases, it is also necessary to formulate some rigid indicators for energy development, which should be clearly explained to the power industry and incorporated into the regulatory regulations. It should be noted that through policy intervention and goal setting, the government will play an important role in power and utility companies, and sometimes even bring unexpected results

moreover, in the case of lack of funds, it is inevitable to make some trade-offs in investment decisions, which requires further guidance. This is proved in the declaration of the CEO of Europa, which calls on government departments to establish a clear development direction for some smart electricity related issues

as a part that we can't give up as Jinan testers, our existing regulatory system for the power system was mostly established before the emergence of the low-carbon agenda, and is oriented by extensive services, low-cost and reliable services. Many of these policies are not conducive to the transition from electricity to smart electricity. For example, many regulatory frameworks still measure the expected revenue of power plants based on the electricity consumption, but on the other hand, they force energy conservation

to achieve the above changes, we need to have the ability to include innovation, research and development and establish new partnerships. The development of electricity will shift from analog to digital era. Once the government department issues a change order, the regulator must quickly adjust the economic framework and industry structure to adapt to the power transformation

another concern is that we need to speed up the promotion of intelligent electrical interoperability standards. In the past year, the smart electricity industry has made great progress in standard setting at the national and regional levels. For example, China National Electric Corporation recently issued standards to regulate the development of smart electricity technology and related equipment for the implementation of smart electricity projects. The European Union and the United States have also issued some plans for smart electricity projects, but these are only a small part of many specifications

moreover, although regional and international standards cooperation has been carried out at a certain level, potential risks are also emerging - the debate on regional and national standard setting is divided, and standard setting agencies compete with each other, emphasizing the industrial policies of the local market, especially countries that focus on clean technology as an engine of economic growth. The development and protection of intellectual property rights may become 2. The output of experimental results: maximum force value, elongation, maximum tensile strength, constant force elongation, constant elongation force value and yield strength are the key areas of the next wave of economic development and trade competition

at the same time, more and more sensing and monitoring data are embedded in smart electricity, including smart meters, which will also put forward a series of data confidentiality and security requirements. In terms of data security, the main concerns include: data confidentiality, the security of electricity when being attacked by wrong instructions or information, the ability of third parties to control electricity, the intelligence level of power and utility companies, and whether they can successfully deal with security threats, including terrorist acts and meter data manipulation. At present, this problem has not been paid attention to, but in the stage of smart electricity popularization, it will be a key factor to determine users' use

there is no doubt that smart electricity has a bright future, but it is also full of challenges. We should not underestimate the difficulties in all aspects, including investment, science and technology, and cooperation with it, telecommunications and regulatory authorities. In addition, there are many problems that need to be solved and explored in the new policies and regulations, infrastructure, the connection of infrastructure and electric vehicles and other equipment, and the solutions for the access of new energy power generation to electricity all over the country. Of course, pilot projects in China, the United States, South Korea and other countries will also provide key references for the future construction of smart electricity

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