Micro Grid Systems

Micro grids are small scale energy networks, either on-grid or off-grid, which have their own energy generation and demand in a defined area. Micro grids offer the advantages of providing energy supply in off grid areas, developing service quality while identifying the faults immediately, optimizing energy resources while developing demand management, promoting more local resources and having a more reliable and dynamic power grid.
System components of micro grids are as follows:

    Renewable Energy Systems
    Energy Storage Systems
    Measurement and Control Systems
    Grid Connection Systems
    Power Converter Systems
    Battery Management Systems
    Smart Lighting Systems
    Electric Vehicle Charging Systems
    Smart Home/Building Systems
    Energy Management Systems
    Communication and Information Security Systems

Applicaiton Areas:

    Military bases and stations
    City grids and rural feeders (congestion and interruption management, renewable integration, provision of ancillary services, decreasing imbalance costs etc.) 
    Industrial zones (energy security and efficiency, improving power quality, demand management, energy trade, decreasing imbalance costs, etc.)
    Hospitals and campuses 
    Agricultural and forestry areas
    Places far from power grid / rural areas