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Renewable Energies in MOROCCO: Situation of the Sector, Development Potential of the Sector
Sara Riahi, Youssra Riahi

Published in: International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering
Volume- 5, Issue-1, pp.107-114, Jan 2017
DPI :-> 16.10022.IJCSE.2017.V5I1.107114.1085

A smart grid is an electrical grid linking electricity production, consumption and storage and coordinating them autonomously. This type of network therefore makes it possible to switch from a demand-driven production system to a supply-based consumption system, which will have to adapt in future to the random variations of the production of wind and solar energies. Combined with other technologies such as pumped storage or gas combined cycle facilities, particularly flexible, this network must contribute to improving security of supply, reducing costs related to the distribution network and the to integrate renewable energies into the grid and to improve the efficiency of the entire system. A smart grid combines the existing electricity grid with information and communication technology applications. However, if several current technologies can already be used, they must first be tested in the form of individual components, since the technical implementation depends on the stability and effectiveness of their interaction. Indeed, except in some research projects, no smart grid ensures a fully automated control consumer devices and production facilities exist in the world: it is still a concept. The current tests on smart meters, already deployed on a large scale in some countries, are a first step in the implementation of these smart grids. This technology should encourage final users to save electricity and encourage decentralized injection control. However, their introduction in Switzerland is hampered by data protection issues, lack of standards in this field and a lack of clarity in the allocation of roles and costs. The success of smart grids will depend in large part on the economic interests of the various stakeholders. Once this happens, the likelihood of a change in our existing grid in smart grid will also emerge.

Key-Words / Index Term
Smart Grid, Renewable Energy, Energy Transition, Innovation, Energy Consumption

How to cite this article
Sara Riahi, Youssra Riahi , “Renewable Energies in MOROCCO: Situation of the Sector, Development Potential of the Sector”, International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering, 5, Issue-1, pp.107-114, Jan 2017. DPI:16.10022.IJCSE.V5.I1.1085