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Smart grid development to focus on power transmission
INTERFAX-CHINA 2009-12-07 13:05:58

State Grid of China Corp.'s (SGC efforts to develop a smart grid will focus on power transmission, unlike smart grid development plans in United States and Europe, which have focused on power distribution, power industry experts said at an industry forum on Dec. 3.

Upgrading the transmission system will be the core of China's plan to implement smart grid technology due to eastern China's rapidly growing electricity demand, said Hu Xuehao, deputy chief engineer of SGC's China Electricity Research Institute, at China International Smart Grid Forum in Beijing.
Read more :http://www.china5e.com/show.php?contentid=60669

"Eye on Asia" Asian Business Blog - BusinessWeek
Smart Grids: China's Edge over India
Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on December 05

On the eve of the Copenhagen conference was a two-day meeting in Beijing about the smart grid in China. Check out the Cleaner, Greener China blog for some interesting analysis of the event, which included speakers from companies like IBM, ABB, Alcatel-Lucent and Enel.

Estimates vary on how much the Chinese are going to be spending to modernize their electricity grid, but the presence of execs from those companies is an indication that multinationals see big opportunities to take advantage of Beijing's smart-grid push. At the same time, companies are also keen on getting a piece of the action in India, where governments are also making ambitious plans to build up smart grids. According to Kristian Steenstrup, research vice president at Gartner, “there's enormous activity going on in India; every one of the states is simultaneously building up smart grids.”
Read more :http://www.businessweek.com/globalbiz/blog/eyeonasia/archives/2009/12/smart_grids_chi.html

Beijing Smartgrid Conference
by Richard Brubaker on 12/03/2009 Energy Collective Exclusive

While many in China, and out, have been focused on the impressive speed by which China has been able to grow its economy over the last 15 years, those inside the central party have been focused on ensuring that the economic energy had its energy needs met. Made difficult by the fact that the highest growth areas for energy demand China have been on the East coast, and the sources of energy were found to the west and north, it has forced China's planners to overcome a number of logistical hurdles.

A hurdle that was front and canter throughout the first day at the 2009 Smart Grid Forum (hosted by China Decision Makers Consultancy), a forum that brought together leading Smart Grid experts to discuss and debate the future of Smart Grid in China. With roughly 180 in attendance, standing room only, the event early on took a very interesting tone as members of China's State Grid and Energy Bureau laid out the conditions that exist in China, and how they have been closing communicating with counterparts in the United States...
Read more :http://theenergycollective.com/TheEnergyCollective/blog/filteredlist?cat=757
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