Technology E2E

Application of 5G Technology to Smart Grids

To tackle the challenges of global warming, countries worldwide set ambitious goals to reduce carbon emissions in different industries. For example, the European Union (EU) and China aim to achieve carbon neutrality before 2050 and 2060, respectively. As a major carbon emitter, the power and energy industry plays a vital role in decarbonization. Nevertheless, decarbonization of power and energy systems needs to be underpinned by higher integration of renewable energy, which challenges the whole system’s reliability, stability, and flexibility.

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Technology E2E

This section created by CIGRE for ELECTRA includes strategic articles from CIGRE authors on the future grid end-to-end (E2E).

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