The Georgia Smart Grid Project, Georgia Power is a smart grid project located in Georgia, US. The installation of the project began in 2009 and the project was commissioned in 2014.
The Georgia Smart Grid Project, Georgia Power was completed using smart grid as the technology category. It is an advanced grid infrastructure project with a rated capacity of 200MW. It is implemented in the grid service provider.
The smart grid project is owned by Georgia Power.
Georgia Smart Grid Project, Georgia Power development status
The development of Georgia Smart Grid Project, Georgia Power was started in 2009 and the commissioning was completed in 2014.
– Georgia Power has increased reliability due to the recent completion of a statewide smart grid improvement project conducted through a multiyear Smart Grid Investment Grant (SGIG) awarded by the Department of Energy (DOE).
– Through the project, Georgia Power has been able to create 73 self-healing networks made up of 174 feeders. Self-healing networks that can automatically isolate problems and restore power to unaffected areas have helped decrease service disruptions.
– The improvements have had a direct impact on customer reliability including faster recognition of outages and outage locations, improved restoration times when service is interrupted, increased efficiency of the grid and optimized grid operations.
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