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Worldwide Technological Revolutions and Its Challenges under Smart Grid Paradigm: A Comprehensive Study
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N.Zareen, M.W.Mustafa, Abdullah J.H Al Gizi and M.A. Alsaedi
Distributed Generation, Demand Response, Electric Power System, Energy Efficiency, Energy Storage,Smart Grid, Renewable Energy
Smart Grid (SG) is one of the biggest challenge at plantery level that grab the attention of whole world.It is an umbrella term used for a set of technologies that are being developed as a substitution to old conventional power grid in context of future r
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