Venkateshwarla R Rama Raju, M Bala Siva Prasad
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Venkateshwarla R Rama Raju1, M Bala Siva Prasad2
1Gowthami Inst. of Technology and Management (GITAM) for Women (JNTUA) Proddatur, Kadapa, AP, India
2Annamacharya Inst. of Technology and Sciences, C.K. Dinne, Kadapa, AP, India
Volume - 5,
Issue - 4,
Year - 2014
The carbon foot prints, are produced due to ecological and/or environmental impact of greenhouse gases, carbon emissions and consumption of the higher quantity of electricity.
To get rid of one of the problems i.e., the consumption of the higher electricity, the upcoming smart grid technology can be gainfully utilized to reduce the consumption of electric energy which ultimately reduces the carbon-foot prints.
An effective smart grid system, needs, the sensors of high power speed to sense the data and information from the available sensors on the system within a few electrical energy rotations causes to reduce the carbon footprints successfully.
Wireless solutions for the smart grid technology have been implemented, but cannot access all grid locations, especially enclosed ones. In this paper, we present how and to what extent the smart-grid technologies could reduce the carbon-footprints of electricity generation, and Installing and maintaining of the smart grids trends to reduce the utilization of the electrical energy and it leads to the decrease in the size of the carbon foot prints.
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Venkateshwarla R Rama Raju, M Bala Siva Prasad. Energy Conservation through Smart Grid Technologies. Research J. Engineering and Tech. 5(4): Oct.-Dec., 2014 page 204-207.
Venkateshwarla R Rama Raju, M Bala Siva Prasad. Energy Conservation through Smart Grid Technologies. Research J. Engineering and Tech. 5(4): Oct.-Dec., 2014 page 204-207. Available on: https://ijersonline.org/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2014-5-4-6