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ssarmentoalves
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3/29/2017 2:07:59 PM
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ssarmentoalves
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3/29/2017 2:06:45 PM
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Shantaram
Shantaram
2/10/2017 12:28:24 PM
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I agree with you, its really unique innovation!

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James River Jenny
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2/8/2017 5:10:59 PM
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etnapowers
etnapowers
12/12/2014 9:01:36 AM
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Re: Smart Grid
@SunitaT0: That's a correct consideration. The effort of big countries of funding research for the of green energy technologies will impact positively the other countries. I know that research is expensive but I think that the Governments of highly industrialized countries have the responsibility to open the road to a sustainable economy and to a environment- friendly energy management infrastructure, for the future generations.

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tzubair
tzubair
11/30/2014 12:51:36 PM
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Re: Multiple type signals
"Power and signal transmission are always carried out on seperate lines but recently there are effort to merge both power and signal transmission lines but still there are lot of issues in merging both of them."

@SunitaT0: That seems interesting to know. Can you give me examples of any applications where the power and signal transmission is being carried out on the same line? Also, what are the potential issues they've ran into?

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SunitaT0
SunitaT0
11/30/2014 5:51:18 AM
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Re: Multiple type signals
From what I've seen, the power and signal transmission are always carried out across separate lines and rarely do you find any application that merges them together.

@tzubair, true. Power and signal transmission are always carried out on seperate lines but recently there are effort to merge both power and signal transmission lines but still there are lot of issues in merging both of them.

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SunitaT0
SunitaT0
11/30/2014 5:43:55 AM
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Re: Smart Grid
China has incorporated more solar installations to generate demand since it subsidizes production to make it more competitive vs outside competitors.

@analoging, thanks for sharing this info. I never knew China was putting so much effort in production and installation of solar installations. I am sure this will inspire other countries like USA, India to adopt renewable energy sources.

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SunitaT0
SunitaT0
11/30/2014 5:40:54 AM
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Re: Smart Grid
 I think that the effort of big countries like China or USA in producing energy by renewable sources should progressively increase its intensity, because the climate changes due to pollution generated by the combustion of hydrocarbons are becoming really a big concern for all the people.

@etnapowers, I agree with you. But fall in crude prices might hamper this process because falling crude prices will attract more customers. I think developed and developing nations should give high subsidy to renewable energy efforts.

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etnapowers
etnapowers
10/10/2014 3:47:29 AM
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Re: Smart Grid
"The US once led in solar globally but China is now leading in production. China has incorporated more solar installations to generate demand"

 

@analoging: I think that the effort of big countries like China or USA in producing energy by renewable sources should progressively increase its intensity, because the climate changes due to pollution generated by the combustion of hydrocarbons are becoming really a big concern for all the people. I think that electronics holds great promises of being a mean of production, storage and management of green energy like the solar or eolic energy.

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