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Ensuring grid reliability with digital twin

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How to achieve better transparency and improve grid stability with a digital twin of your power distribution network

As the world continues to move towards more low carbon and more sustainable future, the integration of rooftop solar, heat pumps, and e-chargers is becoming increasingly common. This integration is causing the energy system to become more interconnected than ever before, creating a complex web of assets and flows that must be managed in real-time for efficient operations.

To ensure the smooth and reliable operation of this complex system, it is essential to have a comprehensive understanding of the entire grid ecosystem. This includes the power grid and its assets at both low and medium-voltage levels, as well as distributed electricity generators and loads with their input and output flows.

An electrical digital twin allows to create a dynamic virtual replica of the physical distribution grid, combining process data from various sources such as GIS, SCADA, ERP, smart meters, and provides the fullest possible picture of the entire grid for decision making.

Live webinar: How to improve grid stability with a digital twin

Key takeaways:

In this webinar, we’ll draw from our experience of working with European distribution grid operators (DSOs) on digital twins of their grids and take a look at:

  • How high the data quality must be to start building a functional grid digital twin
  • Overview of how a digital twin helps ensure grid stability by providing real-time insights into the grid ecosystem
  • The various data sources required for creating an accurate digital twin, such as GIS, SCADA, ERP, and smart meters
  • Best practices for leveraging a digital twin to optimize resource management and reduce costs


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