Energy-saving Benefits of New Energy for New Power Systems
DOI: 10.23977/ieim.2023.060410 | Downloads: 5 | Views: 153
Bo Yang 1
1 North United Power Co., Ltd. Linhe Thermal Power Plant. Bayan Nur 015000, China
Corresponding AuthorBo Yang
New energy is a new direction of energy transformation and development in the future, and it is also a new trend in the development of future power systems. This article conducted research on new power systems based on information technology. The article first introduced the social and economic benefits brought about by the transformation of the energy structure, indicating that new power systems were the new direction of future development, and introduced the characteristics of new power systems. Finally, the combination of new power systems and digital technologies was proposed, and the development of intelligent technologies such as the Internet of Things, blockchain, and satellite applications in new power systems was introduced. The annual emission reduction and energy savings of using new energy power systems were analyzed. The data showed that the total emission reductions of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide pollutants were 612 tons and 605 tons, and the emission reductions of carbon dioxide have reached 2.5 million tons. The total energy savings generated by electric power systems that mainly rely on wind and light energy were 960000 tons. It can be concluded that new energy power systems can significantly reduce carbon emissions and have produced significant results in energy conservation.
KEYWORDSNew Energy, Energy-saving Benefits, Power System, Low-carbon Industry
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Bo Yang, Energy-saving Benefits of New Energy for New Power Systems. Industrial Engineering and Innovation Management (2023) Vol. 6: 65-73. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/ieim.2023.060410.
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