With the increase in global energy demands today, traditional large-scale electricity infrastructure in the developed nations urgently need to utilize advanced information and communication technologies to facilitate and integrate generation, transmission, distribution, and consumption. To enhance energy usage efficiency, for the developing countries in urgent need of self-sufficient power generation, even disaster-relief or remote areas, smaller-scale micro grid with decentralized electricity structures is the most cost effective solution.
Linbian Township, Ping-Tung County, Taiwan
Smartmicro grid demonstration site in Pingtung County established by Tatung won the silver award of APCE ESCI (Energy Smart Communities Initiative) in 2015.
The Disaster Prevention Micro Grid System in Wulai District
This system is used for local disaster relief command center in Wulai District, New Taipei City, Taiwan. On the rooftop of the district office, 18kW PV system, 60kWh lithium battery, and 18kW bidirectional converter are installed and integrated to provide emergency power to keep the commander center in operation.
The micro-grid bunkhouse
The electricity of micro-grid bunkhouse located in Taitung remote mountain comes from the clean renewable energyand saves in the energy storage system. Based on monitoring the conditions of renewable energy and energy storage, energy management in the bunkhouse is self-sufficiency.