Energy network

Energy network

Natural resources such as wind, solar and other renewables are ubiquitous and carbon-free. They can be found in towns and villages and even in untouched lands, making energy available to everyone everywhere. The challenge is bringing these different sources together into a functional, coherent whole. That’s where AI comes into the picture. They are built to handle the irregularity of renewables and react to the flow and ebb – when a particular source is going online and offline or when one client is increasing the demand and the other is switching it off for the night.

When there is a complex system that involves different sources of renewables, they need to be interconnected, so it’s easier to optimize the load and do storage. This cannot happen without AI that brings these new sources together.

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