The Smart Grid Master Plan

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    The “Problem-solving” -oriented smart grid master plan amendment was approved by Executive Yuan of Taiwan in 2019. The amendment was based on the power grid stability with 20% of renewable energy in 2025, taking into account the power supply quality, user services and other directions. Referencing the international trend of power grid development, updating grid real-time monitoring and equipment protection, and applying advanced technologies such as AI, big data, and telecom technologies, the goals of the smart grid master plan to ensure a stable supply of electricity and take into account energy security, green economy, and environmental sustainability, while implementing energy transformation can be achieved.

   A. Short term(~2020) : enhancing grid operation flexibility for high penetration rate of renewable energy
   B. Middle term(~2025) : enforcing grid resilience for climate change.
   C. Long term(~2030) : realizing electricity reform for energy sustainable development.  

   A. Improve grid operation stability
   B. Enhance grid resilience and power quality
   C. Encourage energy conservation

4. Implementations
    The implementation of the smart grid is divided into 7 important areas, including “smart dispatch and power generation”, “grid management”, “deployment of energy storage systems”, “demand-side management”, “infrastructure development of telecommunications”, “industrial development” and “laws and regulation”.

5. The significant effort of Smart Grid deployment:
   A. Renewable energy real-time monitoring: the quantity will reach 2GW in 2020, and 16.5GW in 2025. 
   B. Capacity of Energy Storage System: The ESS capacity will expect to be 24MW in 2020, 590 MW in 2025.
   C. Shortening the recovery time from 50 to 5 minutes: The ratio of Power recovery events will raise to 25% in 2020, 70% in 2025, and 90% in 2030.
   D. Low voltage AMI deployment: The installation will grow to 1 million in 2020, 3 million in 2024, and 6 million in 2030.
   E. Load management measures: the participation will grow to 2.5GW in 2020, 2.8GW in 2025, and 3GW in 2030. 
Smart Grid Master Plan

Update: 2023-05-29
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