Case study: As renewable energy, particularly rooftop solar, continues to be rapidly adopted across Australia, power system operators are having to find new ways of managing electricity generation and supply as the level of complexity increases. Digital solutions are coming into their own
A project underway in South Australia and Victoria will trial a flexible connection for solar PV customers using artificial intelligence (AI).
The A$4.84 million project will examine a flexible connection option for residential rooftop solar PV customers so that they are not restricted by static export options in congested areas. ...
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A lot of unexploited value lies in the new ability to collect highly detailed data on electricity use
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