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The Smart Grid Master Plan

1.Introduction
    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.

2.Vision:
   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.  

3.Objectives:
   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: 2020-05-14
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