- February 11, 2019
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Automatically balancing phases in Real-Time within a power network is one of three main tasks that Software-Defined Electricity is always solving. The other two are reactive power and harmonic distortion. By installing SDE, the impedance of the network is always near zero for all loads and on supply side, it is a 100% active load, all the time.
This dashboard is the best visible representation of what electricity looks like in Real-Time and clearly exhibits electricity flow as it happens. Take note of how effortlessly the correction occurs with the flip of a switch.
This functionality or Real-Time control can be embedded into any power electronics or grid infrastructure to develop products (i.e. power supplies, generators, transformers, inverters, etc.) that are an evolutionary step above modern devices.
Every grid and power network related product in the market today will be obsoleted over the next 10-20 years as more products leveraging SDE are brought to market and scaled. This transition will directly result in a much more rapid and significant decarbonization of the world's energy supply than even the boldest plans predict.
Decarbonization and energy sustainability can only be achieved with distributed control of electricity in Real-Time.