Smart Energy is the network power management supported with highly efficient and ever-increasingly sustainably power sources in terms of energy and sources, ensuring saving on cost and energy, based on inner vision along with the integrated and flexible resource systems for strategic planning, having public value and based on innovative approaches.


Economic Motivations;

  • Balancing the electricity and heat supply in the city in real-time,
  • Reducing heat and electricity waste and peak demand,
  • Utilizing the economic benefits of smarter energy for the city,
  • Reducing electricity theft by using smart counters,

Environmental Motivations:

  • Supporting the changing production and consumption patterns of renewable and sustainable electricity systems,
  • Reducing total greenhouse gas emissions by providing demand management,
  • Increasing energy resilience by integrating distributed energy sources,
  • Integrate renewable energy at the scale needed to meet future clean energy demand.


  • Smart Energy Networks and Management
  • Energy Storage and Management
  • Smart Power Generation and Distribution
  • Smart Grid Stations
  • Remote Surveillance, Advanced Control Methods, and Automation (SCADA System)
  • Correct and Efficient Use of Energy Resources
  • Distributed Energy Resources and Management
  • Alternative Energy Systems
  • Smart Energy Security
  • Smart Street Lighting
  • Smart Energy Monitoring Systems
  • Security Threat Management Systems


  • Uneven distribution of costs and benefits
  • The need to establish a network to collect energy consumption data
  • The need to develop economical storage systems
  • Integrating distributed renewable energy sources into the infrastructure
  • Resolving power quality issues
  • Public perception and data protection
  • Ensuring privacy
  • Reliability of critical infrastructure, systems, and business operations to make energy supply resilient and secure against physical and cyber attacks
  • Cost of smart infrastructure implementation