Empowering utilities: Overcoming challenges with private networks and 5G technology – T&D World

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Utilities face a host of challenges as they strive to meet decarbonization goals in the face of rising demand for energy. These include transitioning their operations to accommodate a two-way power flow, managing the proliferation of distributed assets, coping with more frequent and severe weather events, and navigating the increasing variability in customer demand, among others. To effectively address these challenges and ensure efficient grid operations, utilities require a robust telecommunication network. This network must offer low latency and high bandwidth communication capabilities to facilitate seamless connection, data transmission, and control. However, current networks fall short of meeting these critical needs.

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