Daily News just published in the State Grid Corporation involving the key equipment (system) development and technical standard system of two intelligent network planning, the United States also plans to set up smart grid of the international organizations, to promote the development of technical standards and new technologies research and development.
It is said that the U.S. government stakeholders has revealed that the U.S. plans to set up on the smart grid of the international organization called "International Smart Grid Action Network" (ISGAN). This is to promote the standardization of smart grid technology specifications in order to increase the size of the market to acquire new energy initiative. It is said that nuclear energy for the center to strive to foster clean energy industry in South Korea and the successful popularization of smart meters in Italy will be the core of the organization. The organization plans to set up after the International Energy Agency (IEA) and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in collaboration with specific action plans.
In the plan announced earlier, National Grid announced the company's establishment of two intelligent network planning. National Grid said that the face of our existing key equipment (system) support the smart power grid construction problem of insufficient increasingly prominent issue, the establishment of a system, complete, open and independent intellectual property rights of smart grid technology standard system is also imminent.
More to the smart grid to renewable energy, energy access different forms of power generation and provide a more stable power supply and timely feedback; Not only that, but also effectively control costs, reduce losses, play optimize assets, efficient operation results.
Smart Grid for any country has a huge industrial significance and considerable economic prospects. Therefore, the current global race to develop the relevant standards, competition for industry move to high ground and voice would be expected. Earlier, the Japanese government has also put forward a strategy to expand overseas markets, including the environmental protection business, and smart grid positioned as the top priority.