Business - 23/June/2021

The grid in search of a brain

Around 50% of the shift from fossil fuels to renewable forms of energy has been a digitised transition to 2020, says Energinet, Denmark's power system operator. As the world digitises further, the already vast volumes of data will only increase in mass. Advances in Artificial Intelligence technology and machine learning tools provide ways of processing this tsunami of data into a new world order

The energy industry is starting to understand where artificial intelligence can be applied effectively


GRID CONTROL Artificial Intelligence could be a requirement as transmission network operation becomes increasingly complex


DATA MASS Storage and management of the rapidly increasing levels of data will add 20% to global energy consumption


KEY QUOTE One day AI will be everywhere because it will be impossible to manage assets in a sophisticated grid without really addressing the relationship between infrastructure and environment ...

 

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