A consistent, economically competitive and eco-friendly electricity system is the foundation of a modern society. The Industrial Revolution builds on the digital revolution and integrates multiple technologies that are leading to extraordinary standard changes in the economy, business, society, and for individuals. It includes the revolution of entire systems. The electricity landscape is a key example of the Industrial Revolution as it experiences transformation, becoming more intricate than ever before, with rapidly changing technologies, evolving innovative business models and shifting regulatory landscapes. These technologies can reduce the cost of energy generation and consumption, diminish the subsequent pollution released to the environment from that energy, and improve the reliability and resilience of our energy system. Eco-design techniques and standards in this field are intended to improve the performance as well as the overall sustainability of transmission and distribution network equipment. These technologies, however, will assist society comprehend the benefits as they move from ideas generated in laboratories to the marketplace and into our everyday lives.
Eco-friendly Innovations in Electricity Transmission and Distribution Networks provides coverage of innovative techniques and reviews as well as case studies featuring problem-solving methodologies from product-specific concerns to system approaches in the field of electricity transmission and distribution networks.
This book will appeal to transmission and distribution systems designers and technology manufacturers, materials engineers, electrical engineers and energy consultants, and academic researchers in this field.