Electrical engineers are at the forefront of some of today's most important innovations. Whether working for the private sector, government, or major research institutes, electrical engineers are always pushing the boundaries of the possible. Recently, they've contributed to huge strides in energy efficiency, mobile technology, accessibility, transportation, telecommunication, and much more. Let's take a look at some of the most exciting new ideas in the field. Smart Electrical Grids: As energy systems become more complex and energy sources become more diverse, smart grids are growing in importance worldwide. Smart grids integrate innovative electrical technology at multiple levels to improve flow control, detect malfunctions, and automate service delivery. With end-to-end communication between power plants, distribution sites, and the end user's electrical point-of-presence, it becomes possible to raise efficiency and reduce costs.
Er. Amritjot Kaur, Assistant Professor at Chandigarh University, done her BE-EE, ME-EE from NITTTR, Chandigarh. Her area of interest is Energy Systems, Energy Efficient Buildings, Smart Grid, Energy Management, Energy Storage Technologies. She has published papers nationally and internationally, having a 13 years experience in the academic sphere.
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