Smart Grid Power Distribution Equipment

Power distribution equipment is crucial to the operation of smart grids. Through the combined use of communication, IT and modern management technologies, the equipment can greatly enhance the utilization of power devices and reduce power loss to put power grids on the path to more economical and efficient operations. The use of advanced remote sensing and measuring technologies, equipment, control methods and decision-making support systems can put power grids on the path to the reliable, safe, economical, efficient and environmentally friendly operations. The equipment can integrate, share and employ real-time and non-real time information to provide complete and exquisite graphs showing operational status. Meantime, it can provide corresponding decision-assistant support, implementation control plan and response plan. The establishment of two-way interactive service pattern enables customers to be aware of real-time electricity capacity, power quality and early warning of failure, so as to better arrange the distribution of electricity use and comprehensively improve intelligent level.

    1. Smart Grid Power Distribution Cabinet
      This power distribution system can effectively solve the problems with regard to power quality, energy preservation and power consumption. It is an exclusive smart power distribution system in service of substations and power distribution stations. Built on various technologies of field assembling.
    1. Smart Grid Management System
      In response to the development trend of smart grids in China, Shanghai Electric has developed a smart management system for new energies which is information-based, automated and interactive. The application of advanced technologies, smart power distribution systems and monitor systems enhances the reliability.
    1. Smart Grid Power Distribution Station
      For smart control over high and low voltages transformers, the smart power distribution station integrates with devices such as high-voltage switchboards, transformers, and low-voltage switchboards that are located in separate sections of a substation.