Benefit of Meter Communication; To control the distribution system with smart grids and meters in order to reduce leakage rates in electrical energy consumption; Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EPDK), distribution and production companies in the 'Smart Grid Working Group' has started to work by established.
Even if it is thought that leakage can be prevented by smart meters and network management; it may be possible to block some with only counters and network communication support. Because it is not the possibility for users to detect the amount of electricity used in the facilities without entering the meter circuit; there will be direct leakage and it will not be possible to detect and prevent this leak with the network, which is not topology appropriate.
In a very large part of the electronic meters currently produced,
RS 232, RS 485 or
Via optical port,
Battery status of the meters, time clock of the electrical meter,
In which phase, which time zones are interrupted,
Number and time of opening the klemens cover,
Like a load profile
A lot of information can be obtained,
What is really important is that this data is taken on-line in real time and evaluated within certain criteria and evaluated from this database, which was created by creating real information, and reduced the leaks to a minimum.
To monitor energy monitoring with appropriate grid topology, software and hardware on the own on the other hand; By simultaneously measuring the amount of consumption in the location with transformer output, consumption differences to be determined in the location can be determined and detailed surveys may be possible in geographically smaller areas.
Benefit of Remote Meter Communication
As soon as remote data access is fully available, energy and customer management systems will become more enterprise; both time management and greener applications will be possible, especially with the e-invoice application.
In addition, information sharing will take place faster and more securely in pre-day demand forecasts and investment planning.
In addition, customers' consumption is regionally similar to that of subscribers; It is also possible to create control databases with established power/consumption relationship and by comparing customers' past consumption seasonally with today's possibilities. The important thing is to provide full control of the entire license area.
In addition, both the provinces in the license area; In the calculation of real loss/leakage in the entire license area, the consumption of subscribers measured from the bar at the point of purchase and called zero-loss subscribers should also be taken into account. Otherwise, the information produced may not accurately reflect reality.
Considering two different provinces with a power of 200 MW, one of which is that only one subscriber is consuming a 90 MW customer who feeds on the bar at the TEIAS pickup point; Even if the leakage rates of both countries are the same, it is also a fact that the apparent leak/loss rate of the province, which has zero-loss customers at a power of 90 MW, will appear to be lower.
It is known that some studies have been done on this issue. The important thing is to implement a solution that can meet the needs of the sector and make energy management more efficient.