Editor's note: with the sustained and rapid development of China's economy, electricity, as the foundation of modern life and the backbone of industry and information society, has attracted more and more attention. Recently, a symposium on smart electricity standards and technology was held in Beijing. Experts from China and the United States discussed smart electricity standards, technologies and applications in the United States, IEC and China
on March 26, a symposium on smart electricity standards and technology jointly sponsored by the American Electrical Manufacturers Association, the China Electricity Council and the China Electrical Industry Association was held in Beijing. Experts from China and the United States discussed smart electricity standards, technologies and applications in the United States, IEC and China. As a result, "smart electricity", a cutting-edge technology topic in the development of electricity in the world today, has attracted extensive attention from Chinese and foreign power management institutions, industry associations and enterprises
wenshanlin, chief representative of the Beijing Representative Office of the American Electrical Manufacturers Association, introduced, "smart electricity can not only improve the quality and reliability of power supply, but also integrate many forms of renewable energy. In addition, it can also randomly control the production and transmission of electricity according to demand, so as to greatly improve energy efficiency and achieve energy conservation and emission reduction. Therefore, smart electricity is the inevitable trend of electric modernization"
with the sustained and rapid development of China's economy, electricity, as the foundation of modern life and the backbone of industry and information society, has attracted more and more attention. According to reports, electricity consists of power stations, transmission/distribution and end users. Since there is no commercial means to store electricity on a large scale to deal with the problem of excess or insufficient power supply, the supply and demand of electricity must always be balanced
the interview learned that with the increasing expansion of power scale, its operation mechanism gradually exceeded the previous experience, posing a severe challenge to the safety and stability control ability of power operation. At the same time, the increasing frequency of natural disasters and the increasingly serious harm of large-scale electrical accidents have posed challenges to the existing electrical fortification standards. In addition, the continuously improving lean management requirements of power market, energy conservation and emission reduction, high-quality services, etc., have also become a new topic of power management. Therefore, the deployment of "smart electricity" has become one of the most popular keywords in the industry at home and abroad in recent years
it is noted that in response to the current economic crisis, one of the measures proposed by the new US President Barack Obama in the economic stimulus plan is to build more energy-saving electricity. The White House recently released an economic recovery plan: 3000 miles of transmission lines will be laid or updated, and smart meters will be installed for 40million American families, which means that the strategy of the Obama administration's energy plan is to make the upper and lower ends restrained by friction and deformation, so as to develop the smart electricity industry
as Omar energy's new deal began to enter the public eye, the industry's attention to smart electricity is heating up. This time, Chinese and American experts gathered in Beijing to conduct extensive information exchange in this field and explore the possibility of cooperation. Stevewidergren, chief engineer of the Northwest Pacific National Laboratory, introduced in detail the characteristics and advantages of smart electricity in his speech. He defined smart electricity as the application of digital technology to improve the stability, security and efficiency of the power system, so that the power system can be used for dynamic optimization of system operation, maintenance and planning
according to liuyongdong, director of the electrical Department of the standardization center of the China Electricity Council, "China has become a major consumer of plastic in the world's power production and emerging markets, and the output and consumption of plastic continue to soar. With the continuous development of electric technology, smart electricity has also attracted more and more attention in China. After the United States and the European Union, China has launched the research on smart electricity."
participants generally believed that smart electricity is the latest trend in the development and reform of the world's power system, and it is also a huge system engineering. As one of the organizers of the symposium, Fang Xiaoyan, vice president of China Electrical Industry Association, said, "the electrical industry will pay serious attention to the development of this technology and standard". It is understood that in October 2007, East China power company officially launched the smart electricity feasibility study project and planned the "three-step" strategy from 2008 to 2030. Insiders believe that the launch of the project marks the beginning of China's entry into the field of smart electricity
in fact, although experts from various countries have reached a consensus that the power industry should make the first effort to improve the level and level of intelligent power supply, there is no standard for the exact definition of intelligent electricity and the measurement method of the degree of intelligent electricity. Therefore, it is urgent for different stakeholders to participate in the construction of smart electricity framework and formulate a set of smart level evaluation methods with rigorous connection and reasonable classification
at present, the standard strategy working group recommended by the American Electrical Manufacturers Association to IEC has been working, with the former vice president of the American Electrical Manufacturers Association as the leader, and China has sent two experts to participate. It is reported that geofflyon, an energy analyst at the energy office of the U.S. Embassy in China, Lu Zilong, an official in charge of standardization, Wan Xiaolei, the project coordinator of the U.S. Trade Development Agency, Li Qin, the Department of technology and equipment of the Three Gorges Office of the State Council, dongxiufen, the energy administration of the national development and Reform Commission, Zhang Lichao, the Ministry of industry and information technology, Zhou Xiaoxin, honorary president of the Chinese Academy of electric power and academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and other Chinese and American guests attended the seminar