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EA Technology Smart Grids

EA Technology are pushing forward with Smart Grid solutions to help electrical network operators to understand their place and play their part in this exciting new approach. For us, the smart-grid is a means to facilitate the shift from conventional energy transportation to low carbon energy equivalents. We offer solutions in:

Smart Grids

  • Smart-grid system design and specification – collaborating in the development of solutions, and the identification of strategic partners
  • Integration of new technology – building on the strengths of your existing assets.
  • Monitoring and comparative analysis of data
  • Change management, including policy development & delivery

The Smart Grid concept will draw together innovations from both the network-side and the demand-side, as new ways of working are required right across the energy sector to create the most efficient end-to-end solution.

Through our in-depth understanding of low carbon technologies, EA Technology can offer expert advice and guidance on the issues that are likely to be presented to legacy networks. We provide risk management, adaptation and adoption strategies to improve the adoption of low carbon technologies onto existing electricity networks, resulting in lower cost connections.

The EA Technology Group offers a range of services and solutions that provide a platform for any organisation wishing to develop its own Smart Grid capabilities. We are continuing to refine these propositions to support a switchover from traditional passive power assets to new active low carbon networks, in order to provide our customers with market leading Smart Grid solutions.

For more details please contact: 0800 028 7243 or email sales@eatechnology.com

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